One of the last and most enjoyable steps in the decorating process.
- Odd-Number Rule- Group uneven number of pieces together; three or five usually
- Include larger pieces with smaller ones to add drama to an arrangement
- Use both symmetrical and asymmetrical balance to visually organize objects
- Example: Matching lamps at either end of the table or mantel visually ground a collection of vases arranged asymmetrical in its center.
- Use The Designer Formula: Shiny, Matte, Tall and Flat.
- Example: Tall shiny candlesticks, a round vase and a matte finish plate.
- Repeat a color in at least three objects in three areas of the room
- Examples: Lamps, Pillows, and an Area Rug.
- Leave unequal space between objects in a group- it allows each one to be seen clearly and provides needed rest points.
- When adding or changing present accessories around, start out fresh- that is by removing all accessories and then studying your room. Start with one piece and then add one by one.
- Under accessorizing a room
- Trying to pick out everything in one frenzied shopping trip
- Using accessories that are too small or all the same size.
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