By Beauvais Lelong. Wall Decor. Published at Monday, April 08th, 2019 - 10:48:30 AM.
Smaller pieces will just make the room feel more cramped. However, if your queen size bed is taking up too much space in the room, then maybe it is time to switch to a full size bed. If you are unwilling to give up on your queen size bed then it is a good idea to cut back on other pieces as well and turn your bed into the main focal point in the room.
Stick to pale colors when it comes to the walls. Light greens and blues are always best choice. Not only do these two colors have a calming effect, but light also reflects to pale colors, making the room feel more spacious. Dark colors, however, will make a room seem more closed in, which we definitely don’t want to happen.
When it comes to architectural elements, the more wear the piece has and the chippier the paint, the better! This aging and wear gives character to the piece and adds interest. These days, you don’t have to go to salvage yards or dumps to find this type of wall decor.
A particular instance is a photograph collage frame with a concealed jewelry armoire positioned at the rear. You adhere the photographs to the door of the cabinet, once shut; all you view is a pleasant framed up photograph collage. To give your rooms that professional design edge does not mean you need to be a clever handyman either.
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