More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

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More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

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This look is less about following rules, and more about having the freedom to experiment with decorating with items you love.

For example, combining a vintage velvet sofa with modern metallic accent chairs could offer a truly eclectic look.

If you’re not ready for the maximalist plunge, go for a smaller scale design to ease yourself into wallpaper.

The repeated jewel tone colors of the wallpaper in this powder room by Blessed Little Bungalow pair so well with the gold finishes on the vanity, mirror, and shelf above the toilet. We are proud to carry a vast selection of quality products to help transform any space into a beautiful home. At the highly revered trendsetting Salone del Mobile exposition in Milan, there was color -- lots of it -- as well as pattern.Even at the spring High Point, North Carolina, biannual furniture market, maximalism showed up big time, with a collection at Maitland-Smith celebrating the late, legendary Tony Duquette.

If you like the look, start layering in more patterns with a printed ottoman, like the Naomi Pattern boho-print accent stool or the Ofira tribal-print pouf . Maximalist rooms are artfully decorated with a "more is more" philosophy, whether this involves displaying an expansive collection, mixing and matching a variety of colors and patterns, or filling a wall with artwork. The combination creates a more inviting and modern aesthetic and turns a room that's normally kind of dull (let's face it, dining rooms usually are), into a memorable knockout.

The key to combining interior design styles is to look for furniture that has a similar footprint, or scale. Not only can you mix patterns in with your bold color scheme but you can also combine wildly different patterns with maximalism home decor. Considered the father of maximalism, Duquette's work is over the top, with stunning surface decorations like malachite, lots of gilt and materials like abalone, pen shell, coral, rock crystal, bronze and lapis lazuli, which were used to handcraft the accessories and furniture in the new collection (www. And here, it’s important not to be daunted by colour – this is the ideal opportunity to throw out the rule book and splash some joyful shades! So while you can create a maximalist design with just one style (for example, English cottage decor is a trendy maximalist style that sticks with one type of decor), true maximalist interior design borrows from multiple styles.

There are three different major patterns here, but because they vary in scale, they're each able to hold their own in the space. This first-of-its-kind interiors handbook encourages you to think about the colors, textures, patterns and prints that bring happiness into your life, then shows you some clever ways to work these elements into your home decor.If you have a fantastic book collection, try stacking books high for the perfect maximalist look, contrasting coloured spines and displaying the most interesting as if they are pieces of artwork within your shelving.



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