More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

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More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

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One of the best places to begin your maximalist journey is your living space, where you’re most likely to want to be stimulated by your surroundings and showcase your treasured possessions. Lastly, consider layering different types of lighting to set a cozy ambiance in the living room, whilst further creating an eclectic look and feel: 'Maximalist spaces also benefit from layered lighting,' says Niko Rasides. If you're someone who is drawn to vibrant or dramatic colours and not afraid to paint them all over your walls, then maximalist decor is for you. For some age cohorts, items purchased (think records, action figures, comic books, classic cars, vintage décor pieces) can remind them of times past," she said.

Maximalism is all about celebrating pattern play, so don't be shy about mixing and matching different fabrics and prints. Mixing prints brings much-needed vibrancy and playfulness to your interior, and the most surprising of combinations can work brilliantly together. Our design experts can create something completely unique to your home and style, with our extensive paint palette and range of top-quality materials and finishes at your fingertips. An already expansive and colorful shoe collection is flanked by velvet furnishings, chic wall art, a bold rug, and much more.In recent years, visionaries like AD100 Hall of Famer Kelly Wearstler and AD100 designer Martin Brudnizki have championed the style and brought it further into the spotlight of the interior design zeitgeist. Dutch designer Marcel Wanders' Globe Trotter collection for Roche Bobois was riveting in explosive patterns -- graphic and nostalgic at the same time. So, check out the maximalist decor ideas below for tips and tricks on how to work the style into your interiors. The gorgeous green velvet couch and sculptural art above it match beautifully and make the space look pulled together. A variety in the size of your artwork is important, and using frames that look like art themselves gives your gallery wall a rich and exciting look.

It's about showcasing your personality and the things you love, both in the way you dress and in the way you decorate your home. Erica Finamore is Real Simple's home director, sharing her knowledge on decorating, organizing, cleaning and DIYing. A recent report by ThredUp predicts that second-hand commerce is expected to grow by 127 per cent by 2026, with North America leading it. Considered the father of maximalism, Duquette's work is over the top, with stunning surface decorations like malachite, lots of gilt and materials like abalone, pen shell, coral, rock crystal, bronze and lapis lazuli, which were used to handcraft the accessories and furniture in the new collection (www.

Siobhan shows us how travel can be a huge revelation for your maximalist style, as keeping items from holidays and journeys can then be incorporated into your interior. Whether you opt for brightly colored pieces or stick to a more neutral scheme as seen here, you'll be able to create quite the display. Forget about just incorporating animal-print fabric into a space—why settle for textiles when you can feature actual sculptures in your living room? It plays nicely with hues found in nature, such as green, brown, red, and yellow, and with a unifying base of white, the bright mix of colors looks invigorating and inviting.

Sure, matching bedroom and dining room sets are one-and-done easy, but maximalist decor is all about putting unexpected items together for a wow-factor effect. Either in contrasting colours (think dark walls with vibrant woodwork) or paint the same shade over the entire lot.If you’re new to mixing patterns , start small by adding easily replaced textiles like throw pillows , blankets, and duvet covers. Multi-skilled, Jennifer has worked in PR and marketing, and the occasional dabble in the social media, commercial and e-commerce space. More is More Décor shows us that there can be transformative powers in how we decorate our home, and by adopting bold colours, patterns and prints we reveal our personalities and give our home that ‘wow’ factor. Look for pieces of different shapes and sizes — with some prints in square frames and some in round frames. Whether you're choosing to forgo a traditional headboard or just want to add some extra intrigue behind the one you have, hanging a tapestry behind your bed is a foolproof way to add a maximalist touch to your sleep space.

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