Bright colors, bold patterns and mismatched textures are all the rage in home decorating this season


If you’re looking to spruce up your home, Mallory Micetich, home care expert at Angi, has some tips on how to use maximalist decor.

“If you like to think big with your home décor, maximalism is for you. This design trend is all about filling your home and using things that bring you joy,” said skincare expert Mallory Michtich. at home at Agni.” Unlike most trends that aim for a specific look or a minimalist look, maximalism gives you the freedom to design your space however you want, mixing colors, patterns and textures so that your house perfectly reflects your personality.”

The easiest way to start incorporating maximalism into your space is to add accents to your home. Start by adding a colorful throw pillow or two to your living room couch. After that, you can slowly start adding more things you love until your home is filled with your favorite items.

“If you’re looking for a bigger project, consider replacing an old light fixture with a chandelier that reflects your personality,” Mallory said. “For example, you can add a geometric metal chandelier for a more modern look, a beautiful crystal chandelier for a grand and classic look, or visit your favorite thrift store and see if there’s something you can recycle that suits you. will be unique. Even think about where you add this chandelier. A chandelier in the bedroom can be a great project to add impact. Likewise, you can replace appliances, paint cabinets, and add a bright backsplash. to suit your unique style.

A d

A green thumb can take maximalist design to the next level. When you notice a gap in your decor, add a houseplant or two to fill the space. But don’t stop there. If you love indoor plants, create an indoor jungle by hanging plants from the ceiling, placing them on furniture, and adding them wherever you want.

“When in doubt, layer different patterns and fabrics to bring more visual interest to the home design,” Mallory said. “You can also play around with different paint colors to make your space unique. Try incorporating more color into your kitchen or bathroom by painting the cabinets, shelves or island. Tired of solid colors? Find a wallpaper pattern you like and use it to create the perfect accent wall. And if you’re not sure where to start, it’s a good idea to consider hiring an interior designer who can help you tap into your maximalism.

Copyright 2022 by KSAT – All rights reserved.


About Author

Comments are closed.