Green, yellow, square or spikey, no matter what color, shape or pattern it has, there’s always some form of art that will complement your home design, with good looks and taste.
When (re)decorating, you can go on one of the two ways: either first paint the walls and bring in the furniture or first choose the art and then design everything around it.
No matter which you do first, there are some key points to take into account, so that everything will look good:
A quick way is to choose complementary colours to match with primary colours. You can match red with green (and its shades), yellow with purple (and its shades) and blue with orange (and its shades).
Or, if powerful colours are a bit too much for your taste, you can go the classic way and choose a pastel color and match it with a combination of white and/or black.
It doesn’t matter if it’s 2D or 3D, shapes or lines give the overall look of your design. You can go all geometrical or have geometric accents.
In terms of shape, everything is allowed. Just be careful not to take it too far. A good home design soothes the eye and it’s in good balance with other elements.
Patterns are a great way to make a space visually more dynamic. From floors to ceiling, everything is a pattern. It’s up to you how obvious and eccentric you want to make it.
Dots and stripes or any size and color are the base for every pattern. Depending on how the rest of the space looks like, choose something that will balance everything out.
Keep in mind, a great home design combines these three points.
Good luck and good eye!