By Sueann Carlson. interior. Published at Monday, April 30th, 2018 - 03:15:35 AM.
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You can also place antiques in an inconspicuous area. like on a floating shelf. There they accent the design of the room rather than dominate and potentially clash with it. Placing an antique on a bookshelf can also work. By placing it next to a row of books. it doesn’t stick out as much but still reminds you of an era you may be fond of.
It is a way of thinking that is driven by the need to blaze a trail. discover. explore and gain recognition. It is also a thought-processs that fears lack of recognition and respect. We think most interior designers will relate to this drive to blaze a trail; the deep want of finding and designing new modern approaches and innovations to home design.
Like many other current trends. this rule builds on our persistent desire to assimilate the great outdoors with our interior aesthetics.McCauley’s concept works like this: if nature were a framed viewpoint. the darkest colors would be found towards the ground. (Think dark grasses. stones. and mud.) Meanwhile. the medium tones of trees and plant life would be in the middle. Lightly-toned skies would round out the top of the frame.