By Digna Emerick. interior. Published at Friday, October 19th, 2018 - 16:43:46 PM.
When you're looking to highlight texture. the key is to create contrast. In particular. concrete does best when it's juxtaposed against something natural. such as wood. You should also pay attention to the colors in your concrete and be sure to choose contrasting shades for the rest of the room.Looking for a focal point. Problem solved? It's an instant focal point
Remember wall decals? They aren't just for kids' rooms anymore. Today's wall decals — rebranded under the term removable wallpaper — are a great way to make a big design statement for relatively little effort and upfront cost. With a press-and-stick installation method. plus the ability to peel the design off and throw it away at the end of your lease. this method should be a go-to pick for any renter.
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 contrast. asymmetrical designs aren't constrained by the same level of perfection. The allowance for differences in their arrangement enables the space to feel a bit more casual. a bit more “lived-in.” As such. asymmetrical designs are often favored in high-traffic areas of the home. such as family rooms and eat-in kitchens.Follow these tips to bring asymmetry to your interiors. How to pull it off