Are you starting to think about changing your interior design style? Does maximalism catch your eye? You’re not alone, many people are starting to make the turn towards more.
The opposite of minimalism. Maximalism is bright and colorful, comfort over style, personalization over perfection, patterns and textures. You will have to put in a little more effort with maximalism to coordinate pieces, but the affect is worth the effort.
Creativity is prevalent in maximalism. This is the time to let your decorating skills shine. The more displays you create in a space, the more deliberate your item choices will have to be. It may look like just a mix of pieces, but if not done right it will look more like a mess.
When thinking about designing your room, maybe you haven’t realized each style has pros and cons. One benefit you might not think about is that maximalism can be less expensive than minimalism. While minimalism requires particular high-quality pieces to create the right look, this style does not. You can find many items perfect for your space at an antiques store. Upcycled furniture is perfect for this type of style.
Are you starting to think about changing your interior design style? Does maximalism catch your eye? You’re not alone, many peope are starting to make the turn towards more.
The less is more trend that’s been around for years has taken a turn. While sitting at home during quarantine many people have started to look around and want things again. Pieces that add interest to the room. Bright artwork and colors that make you feel energized rather than a lifeless space that has no personality.
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