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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If you love your green friends, don't feel like you need to cut yourself off at a certain number—plants of all shapes and sizes look lovely grouped together to create a jungle-like effect.

It's so exciting to see this across the board -- from Gucci to Lilly Pulitzer at Pottery Barn," says Nixon. This ultra-chic and bold home bar area designed by MMB Studio is definitely the eye-catcher in this space, and for good reason. The renovation allowed us to rip out the eight-inch ceilings and add a full-height wall for all of our client's books and collectibles to land and be enjoyed on the daily! Color is also important; rich shades of plum or scarlet create an intimate space and luxuriant tones of ochre or burnt orange can induce a feeling of warmth.Their pattern-on-pattern treatments are equal opportunity, a symphony throughout their own home in High Point, where they live what they preach. A variety in the size of your artwork is important, and using frames that look like art themselves gives your gallery wall a rich and exciting look. Fully illustrated throughout with photos of Siobhan's incredible art deco home, as well as all of her favorite influencers, it's a feast for the eyes and a book that can be pored over or dipped in and out of.

Since maximalism is all about embracing contrasting color trends and patterns, opting for bold-colored paint ideas or patterned wallpaper ideas on the walls is essential.Charcoal gray might not be your first choice for wall color, but it's great for making a bold statement in maximalist rooms. Stretching floor to ceiling and feathering every wall, it's a playful choice that will undoubtedly bring smiles to everyone who enters the room. The little changes in the width of the brushstrokes and length of the zigs and zags draw your eye in and give it that one-of-a-kind vibe. Introduce a variety of textures through plush rugs, velvet upholstery, satin pillows, and fringed throws. The hot red made the room feel fresh and created a strong but warm backdrop for the room's impressive scale and a much-needed contrast to the rustic stone fireplace.

In this space, white walls and sofas provide a clean, go-with-anything foundation, while wood tones and browns layer on the warmth. They're also showing up in the vibrant colours of the year (Pantone's is an electric Viva Magenta; Benjamin Moore's paint colour of 2023 is an orange-red Raspberry Blush). The zebra-print rug is the real showstopper here, but it's joined by a cheetah print rug (layering rugs is another great maximalist idea! Sure, chartreuse might not be for everyone, but it certainly works well in this living room designed by Zoe Feldman. Install a large-scale wallpaper or panels or hire a painter to create a stunning scene on your wall, then let it inspire the rest of your decorating choices.Measure your layout, take a picture, and mark off your wall with painter’s tape before you start hanging to ensure every piece ends up exactly where you want it. Maximalism is all about celebrating pattern play, so don't be shy about mixing and matching different fabrics and prints.



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