A mixture of three textures brings richness to a palette.
A blend of colors, finishes and shapes makes an interesting display. Personal items, such as photos and mementos from travels help tell the homeowners story.
Texture and color combine for a pop of color on a kitchen counter. Keeping things under glass makes for easy cleaning.
To keep a minimal palette from being boring, use a variety of shapes. Mix linear with curvy, round with rectangular. Overscale art and metallic print fabric add a bit of drama.
Guests are welcomed with a soft, elegant mixture of rustic wood, smooth crystal, and abstract art. Soft light casts a subtle glow.
Bring a dash of realism to silk plants by presenting them as real. A plate for catching water, as well as "salt deposits" on the container, go a long way in fooling the eye into seeing this as a real plant.
Boho poofs on either side of an entry table add balance as well as additional seating.