Most people I meet say they want to put more color into their home, but they’re afraid to do it… When considering adding bright or bold color to wake up a room, my 80/20 rule says to mix it in with 80% neutrals so that you don’t overwhelm the room. In other words, you don’t need to add much at all to get the effect you want and 20% goes a long way!
Even if you’re a strictly monochromatic person and prefer your black and white spaces, I’m a firm believer that a little color can boost up your mood whether it’s with floral arrangement or art. Here are some of my favourite spaces with that bring in color with art.
Modern interior design trends bring copper accents into homes.
I love this look… who would of thought we could make copper look so good!
If your having trouble coming up with decorating ideas for your home then why not add a bit of copper to add that sparkle… the copper is bright and shiny and will jazz up that contemporary home ideas to dark and oxidised that are perfect for vintage decor style. This copper look creates the perfect intimate and exclusive modern interior design and decor.
Check out some of the pics below to give you some copper inspiration, you can use the copper look for furniture, decor accessories, wall tiles, lighting fixtures, bathroom tubs and kitchen sinks, it is a beautiful alternative in stylish metal finishes.
Do you love Vintage objects? is the vintage your current and favourite design style? Do you have a room at home that needs a touch of “cool”? If you answered yes to all three of these, then this is the post for you!
Reclaimed vintage objects make cool room furniture. All it takes is a little creativity and some elbow grease to have a fabulous conversation piece that doubles as functional furniture.
Recycled base drum becomes an excellent night table with plenty of character.
Wood palettes on wheels and wooden door easily becomes a teen bed and conversation hangout.
Combine trendy tufting with a reclaimed vintage suitcase with legs and you have a seating everyone will want to try out.
A painted vintage door used as a headboard for your teens bedroom to add character to the room.