8 Simple Ways to Welcome Texture Into Your Living Room
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Welcome Texture Into Your Living Room
The texture is an integral part of any room, each space must have a number of different materials to give it movement.
Integrating multiple textures can add great intrigue to a monochrome space. Textures play an important role in creating this style. The texture is essential, especially when you design with a neutral palette and lack of color.
Here are the best ways to specifically incorporate textures into a living room, and the good news is that the options are limitless.
Vary Furniture Finishes
For a living room space, you need to think about all the pieces that make up space. If you have an upholstered sofa, you can use lacquer on the end tables.
So if you love a lot of different furniture styles, now you have a chance to embrace variety. You don't want to have everything on one note. You need tension in the materials, that's what makes it interesting. Every piece in a room cannot be the star, so it is the combination of flat materials and textured elements that makes the design successful.
Dress Your Windows
Don't ignore your windows when considering ways to add texture to your living room.
Go ahead and enjoy a new wall décor. Art is a great opportunity for texture. Wall sculptures and other decorations can add a cozy touch to any space.
Mix It Up
Worried about combining natural and artificial finishes? Don't be afraid to combine the two. Focus on natural finishes like wood with defined grains, rough textured stone or natural grain, and metals that incorporate textures like gold leaf, smooth glass, brushed brass, and more.
Get Plant Happy
Incorporating a touch of green is the way to go. Adding plants and greenery to space is a very inexpensive way to add warmth and texture.
Do you like boucle, velvet, and sheepskin? Well, you're in luck. Fabrics are an easy way to texturize by combining plain fabrics, leathers, glitter, knots, colors, and patterns, creating a dynamic and visually interesting space.
Layered rugs can also be a simple solution that packs a punch.
One of the easiest ways to add texture to your home is through accents like pillows, blankets, artwork, curtains, or even lamps. There are several benefits to going this way.
Since these pieces are smaller, their texture is less likely to become overwhelming and more likely to complement the softer elements of a space. They are also easier to change from time to time when your mood desires.
If you want to add a bit of interest and texture to space, consider placing an item like old plates, books, pens, or old book pages. This tactic is great for those who love vintage hunting or are on a tight budget - these pieces are incredibly easy to buy cheaply.
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