interior. Monday , December 04th , 2017 - 14:06:04 PM
There are two kinds of interior decorators. Those that collect houseplants and those that don’t. No one ever has just one houseplant in their home. If you have one, you probably have seven… just in your living room. With all those leafy greens, it’s easy to run out of space on your bookshelf and coffee table and every other surface your home provides. So before you start thinking about buying more bookshelves, let me introduce you to your best plant-loving friend, the plant stand. These towers and tables are made for giving your emerald beauties a place to call home. Check out these 13 plant stands and see which might best fit your houseplant collecting needs.
Like we mentioned in the beginning, an interior designer never stops growing and never stops learning. Tips and ideas are always welcomed so we thought we might offer you some. Let’s start by saying that, if you plan on decorating your own space, you need to find your own style. Borrowing someone else’s won’t make the space feel like home. So surround yourself with items that represent you, that have a story to tell.
Oversized accessories often make a room more interesting. This can be applied to a lot of things, including artwork, light fixtures, furniture and numerous decorations. A large painting displayed on one of the walls in your living room will create an interesting focal point for the space. You can use this strategy to direct the attention toward key elements and parts of the room. For example, display an oversized pendant lamp above the dining table to draw the attention to that specific spot, diminishing the visual impact of everything else around.
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