By Exie Pinkowski. interior. Published at Thursday, June 14th, 2018 - 21:41:21 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.
If you've looked at your available spaces and aren't quite satisfied. remember you can always bring in your own. Decorative ladders are great for displaying small décor items. as are entertainment centers and bookshelves. Don't be afraid to get a little creative with this one.Hanging art doesn't have to mean mounting it on the wall. Find alternative hanging methods
That's where we come in. In this post. we've gathered lots of practical suggestions to help you decorate your walls without having to deal with a single nail. Read them over and weigh how each one will mesh with your rental space and personal tastes. We're sure you'll find at least one option that strikes your fancy.Display art rather than hang it. Display art on surfaces
A living room done in an asymmetrical style might feature a sofa with an end table on one end and a floor lamp on the other.Radial balance: Radial balance is the most infrequently used option on this list. but it involves similar objects being placed around a common center point. It's most often seen in dining table arrangements where the same chair is used throughout.