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Interior Design Ideas – Part 1

Flipping Out’s Jeff Lewis Shares Interior Design Ideas for Every Room In Your House

“When styling bookcases, combine cocktail-table books with accessories and plants for a blended look,” says Lewis. “Make it personal by mixing in some framed photographs. Keep it balanced and be careful not to overcrowd.”

“When styling bookcases, combine cocktail-table books with accessories and plants for a blended look,” says Lewis. “Make it personal by mixing in some framed photographs. Keep it balanced and be careful not to overcrowd.”

 

“Matching furniture sets can be boring and unimaginative. I intentionally mismatch pieces for visual diversity. In this bedroom, I balanced a heavy bedside table with a tall tree and accent chair for symmetry. The high ceilings were prone to shrink most beds, but we chose a tall iron canopy bed that fit the space perfectly.”

“Matching furniture sets can be boring and unimaginative. I intentionally mismatch pieces for visual diversity. In this bedroom, I balanced a heavy bedside table with a tall tree and accent chair for symmetry. The high ceilings were prone to shrink most beds, but we chose a tall iron canopy bed that fit the space perfectly.”

 

“To create a visually appealing space without bringing in too many colors, incorporate a variety of textures and patterns. Try houndstooth, plaid, or basket-weave patterns in neutral colors. To add texture, experiment with leather, wool, or faux fur for a sophisticated look.”

“To create a visually appealing space without bringing in too many colors, incorporate a variety of textures and patterns. Try houndstooth, plaid, or basket-weave patterns in neutral colors. To add texture, experiment with leather, wool, or faux fur for a sophisticated look.”

Courtesy of Architectural Digest

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