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Creating a Designer Look in Your Home

Once you've decided on your home's color scheme and styles, the next move is to examine the samples in their expected settings. This is especially relevant since the colors and textures in your space can tend to be entirely different when seen in natural light. You might only need to make small modifications to the range, such as switching one design with another, or you might need to fully reconsider the color scheme.

Try choosing a separate paint scheme from the same style if the shapes fit well together but the colors don't. Alternatively, if you like the colors but don't think the styles go together, seek out other product lines from the same company. Sometimes, a designer or retailer would use the same paint scheme for many sets, and one of them might be the perfect match for you in terms of color and style.

Combining and contrasting

Blend a traditional flower pattern with an all-over leaf style or a sprig pattern whether the key pattern is a traditional floral. Tiny paisley or French country design serves as a more delicate alternative to a bright oriental print.

The possibilities for mixing and matching styles are endless. A checked wing chair in a living space, for example, matches beautifully with a floral couch, although complementary curtains could be lined with a toning sprig or stripe. One or two complimentary wallpaper designs with a decorative border may be paired with the wainscoting area. Cushions, warm covers, and tiebacks offer further ways to enhance the sophistication of the organized strategy.

To offer a personal appearance, you may also incorporate patterns in less apparent ways. Some artists choose to use a template pattern that is repeated in the scheme. A trellis wallpaper, for example, could be echoed in a textured cloth with a diamond weave and then again in a rug's sculptured texture. This system, when used sparingly, will make a room look perfectly integrated. The look is further enhanced by using a stenciled border, interchangeable jacquard cloth, or printed sheer curtains at the display.

Knowing when to pause is the secret to good mixing and matching. At any time, avoid being a slave to teamwork. Once you've established the template and color relationships, you can start adding your own accessories and decorations, which should not be similar to the other designs but should be deliberately selected to complement the rest of the scheme.<p>This is a paragraph.

In the Guest Bedroom

The bedroom, if there is one space that is suitable for coordinating styles, it is the bedroom. There are ready made curtains and matching bed sheets of every color and pattern imaginable. If you choose to go even deeper in your selected theme, certain designs also sell wallpapers, borders, and fabrics by the yard or meter, which you can use to make your own accessories.

When you pick bedroom coordinates from a fabric-based template, the capacity for innovation skyrockets. Covering a padded headboard or making bed drapes for a canopy, half-tester, or coronet will give the bed a focal point. On a smaller scale, you may fashion a valance or pelmet for a window treatment, tiebacks or blinds to match the curtains or pile cushions on the bed or chair.

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