By Magan Deitz. interior. Published at Saturday, October 13th, 2018 - 20:26:17 PM.
Take the picture above as an example. The fireplace has such a commanding presence that your eye is pulled to it. If you're willing to go this bold. an architectural element definitely fits the bill. It's also possible to go more subtle. A concrete island instantly becomes a conversation piece in your kitchen and a coffee table easily grounds a seating area.
In this case. while one wall will probably add a bold punch of texture and visual interest. multiple walls run the risk of feeling too stark and overwhelming.Once properly installed. concrete easy to maintain.It's easy to maintain.More and more people are choosing to incorporate concrete in their interiors because it's a particularly easy material to maintain.
but in our minds. it's about time to give greenery its fair share of attention. There's no denying that natural elements like plants can bring a fair amount of visual interest and variety to your home. but best of all. there's absolutely no wall-mounting required.From a design standpoint. over the last few years. we've seen greenery become increasingly popular.
Read over this post and consider our tips carefully. We're sure when you learn more about the why and how of this design technique. you'll be ready to give it appropriate attention in your home.What do you think of asymmetry? Will you be making an effort to include more of it in your interiors? Let us know in the comments below.