Styling Designer Homewares

  • Create a focal point in the room which captures all the attention. If you have neutral colourings on the walls, find a piece of artwork or furniture that becomes the focal point and work from there with complementary homewares.
  • A pop of colour can also be seen as the focal point, using colourful or textured cushions or throws that bring the room to life are just as interesting as a piece of artwork.
  • Buy a statement rug.  Rugs are not only a functional piece of decoration as they add comfort to almost any space, but they are also important contributor to the aesthetic of a room.
  • Make the room yours, but don’t clutter a room, choose select pieces that complement each other and ones that have a personal story to tell, ones you chose because you loved them.
  • Use different textures. Soft velvet cushions, tasseled rugs, vintage cotton wall art or ceramic plates as artwork. Keeping to your colour palette, but changing textures can be all you need to style your room perfectly.
  • Look for unique designer homewares, ones that will last the test of time and not have to be replaced each year.  Quality designer homewares are usually made with longevity in mind, and hence durable and can last a lifetime.
  • The list could go on and on, but this is just a starting point.]]>