With a well-thought-out G4H design concept, you can bring your entire home’s appearance together. With these five-pointers, you’ll be able to get it done.
It can be a lot of fun to decorate your home, but it can also be a frightening undertaking. How do you keep your personal style without it looking jumbled or mismatched? Although it may appear difficult to have each space flow into the next, these interior design secrets will assist you in creating the home of your dreams. We’ll show you how to make a home’s overall design coherent without making every room look the same.
1. Decide on a theme
Having a shared theme throughout your home is an easy way to make it look more cohesive. Is it more traditional or modern? Is it more earthy or industrial? Are you a fan of natural motifs? What about some vintage accessories? Do you like the aesthetic of farmhouse decor? What about nautical-themed items? With soft ocean blues, sea glass, and a rusted anchor on the mantle, this space flawlessly captures a nautical vibe without going (dare we say) overboard. Choose a look you like and use pieces of it throughout your home. Take our survey to find out which style best suits you!
2. Mix and match materials
Consider the materials of the products you’re buying when shopping for furniture and accessories. To tie the rooms together, use comparable materials in each room, such as wicker, glass, or wood. Vary the textures and finishes of these elements to create a subtle effect rather than a matchy-matchy look. In their bedroom, these homeowners employed weaved baskets for storage. Baskets make for handy tuck-away storage in any area, but their texture can also be repeated in other ways, such as wicker furniture or a rattan rug.
3. Select a Color for Your Signature
What colors do you gravitate towards? Find a color you adore (read: a color you can live with) and incorporate it into the decor of each area. Change alter the amount of color in each space by mixing light and dark tones. Consider adding a splash of color to your bathroom towels, curtains, rugs, art prints, or accent pillows, in addition to painting the walls. Orange adds a splash of color to a neutral bedroom, but it may also be used in more modest shades in other spaces.
4. Match the Colors on the Walls
Let us now turn our attention to walls. Use the same paint color in open places, such as this kitchen and living room seating area, for optimum visual connection. Separate places are made to appear as if they were meant to be united by matching wall colors. Here’s a tip: If you can close a room’s door, you can paint it a different color.
5. Make Use of Focal Points
Let’s get back to the most important aspect of your house: you, after all this talk about repetition and unity. Include a surprise element or a conversation piece in each area, such as a distinctive framed print above your bed or a unique chandelier in your kitchen, to infuse your flair. Against a blue backsplash, this distinctive red fixture makes a strong statement.