So, it's hard to believe, I know, but spring cleaning time is near. This time of year a lot of people look critically at their decor & want to change things, but the task can seem daunting. I suggest starting small. Redesign in small doses, if you're overwhelmed, by sprucing up your room vignette by vignette. Try creating a new vignette on a tabletop, dresser or bookcase. Then, move outward into the room from there.
I like these 3 examples. Totally different styles. All great.
Want drama? Try symmetry, like this:
Sure, the fabric drapery adds a huge dose of drama to this room, but you get the same result by using symmetry. Symmetry = instant drama.
Want whimsy? Try mixing rustic & modern or neutral & punchy colors, like this:
The asymmetrical arrangement is playful, whimsical & stylish. And mixing styles (rustic + eclectic in this example) is always chic.
Want to make a statement? Group your collections together, like this:
Collections, when grouped together, are more powerful visually. Plus it's a great conversation starter. I love how clean this arrangement is.
"Want drama" photo of Mary McDonald's guesthouse by Miguel Flores-Vianna from dominomag.com (YES, this should ring a bell)
"Want whimsy" photo from marthastewart.com
"Want to make a statement" photo of Todd Klein's West Village abode by Simon Upton from ELLE DECOR via pointclickhome.com
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