Have you ever spend a fair amount of time and money renovating and then redecorating a room of your house, only to feel as though it’s not quite ‘complete?’ Of course, this is not to say that you should feel as though your choices are perfect the first time around, or that this room will not undergo several decorative changes over the years. But that feeling can sometimes be an itch we can’t scratch, and while we may want to decorate our homes and make them the most suitable for us, this feeling can sometimes leave us unhappy with our work.
Something that can really help if experiencing these thoughts is tying the room together. One final decoration that serves as a lovely means of bringing all of the decoration in the room to a final peak can help you feel as though everything has finally been cared for, and this is not the same as decorating every room in the house simple because you can. After all, a little care and attention is often the most promising aspect going forward.
With this in mind, we’d like to offer some advice:
A Beautiful Mirror
A gorgeous mirror can help the room not only be well tied together through a gorgeous, well-framed and well-placed feature, but it can effectively double the perceived space in the room and also how the natural light reflects within it. It’s not hard to see how this could be a benefit to anyone hoping to bring together a range of rooms in the house, no matter if that’s the master bedroom or living room. Be sure you invest well in the mirror and place it properly, and its quality should speak for itself.
A Worthwhile Rug
Browsing a range of exquisite traditional rugs can help you tie the floor space together with a feature that helps the space seem much less empty, but with an implement that while beautiful is not overbearing. Rugs, especially those woven in a traditional fashion are often beautiful pieces of art and craftsmanship, and this can be a tremendous subtle feature to have in any room. If you feel as though your flooring could use some adjustment, consider a rug before you begin tearing up tile or carpet.
A Color Palette
Synchronizing your color palette can be a great, final stop when hoping to bring the room together. For instance, in your renovations, you may have noticed that eggshell white and brown colors have been used quite dramatically throughout your design, and that in itself can aid how further design is felt. For instance, purchasing a color of same-tone cushions for your couch can help this piece of furniture feel like a natural part of the room rather than an extra adornment within it. Funnily enough, when items work together in this way the entire offering can seem much less cluttered too, and that can be important for multiple reasons.
With this advice, we hope you can tie the room together with one final decoration.