Interior design is a wonderful thing. There are just so many different styles you can try, colours to play with, and items to mix that there really isn’t a right or wrong way to do things.
At the end of the day, you’re free to do whatever you want and if it looks good to you, then it’s good enough for anyone. So in this article, we’re going to touch on some interior design elements that you may have always wanted to try, but perhaps you’re too afraid of investing in the time and money.
Bold wall colours
Not everyone likes the idea of solid-colour walls. Many people prefer to have neutral colours such as white, black, or even beige because it lets you play around with colours in other elements of the room.
Having a solid colour wall can be a little jarring for some, but if you’re willing to commit all of your interior design choices to support it, then it can look absolutely amazing and far more personalised than most decor choices.
Picture frame walls
Adding loads of picture frames, paintings, and other items on the wall can make it seem a little crowded. However, if you have a lot of memories and artwork to share, why not give it a try? It’s a fun and unique take on wall decorations and you can always swap them out by just replacing the pictures and photographs with something else. You can even add in a shelf or two so you can place more decorations and smaller photographs and pictures.
Unique ceiling decorations
Our ceiling is an area of our rooms that we rarely touch. At most, we’ll probably add a lampshade or swap out the lighting fixtures. So if you’re feeling adventurous, why not consider something unique such as Murano glass chandeliers or other fancy lighting decorations? It can add a wonderful centrepiece to your home and is an excellent investment if you want something luxurious and eye-catching. They’re great at reflecting light around the room and can look absolutely stunning regardless of the room you put it in.
Some people can’t stand the sight of themselves in a mirror, but there are also some people that absolutely love the idea of having giant mirrors around their home. Whether it’s used as a fancy centrepiece for your living room or as a way to reflect light and bounce it around a dark corner of the house, large mirrors can be used both as a decoration and for practical functions.
One of the problems with interior design trends is that they change too quickly. We hardly get to enjoy our new interior renovations because by the time we’re done, there’s something new and exciting that everyone wants to try out.
Instead of always chasing the latest new things, why not just settle with something that really makes you happy and comfortable in your own home? Even if the design elements that you want to try are considered a little old or gaudy, if it makes you happy then you’ve got every right to adopt it!