The Color Explosion, The main colors in the Fusion style are bright, these are: green, pink, turquoise, golden, red, yellow and orange. Additionally, it's very important to consider the harmony of the shades combination. The Animatic Decorated Prints, The appearance of the Fusion in the Philippines has influenced its features. The direct nearness of the jungle has prompted creators of the Fusion to use plant patterns and animal motifs in African style.Rich Fabrics in Finishing, A Fusion textile in the interior plays one of the most important roles. Pillows with plant prints and Persian carpets perfectly fit in the original style. The Sense of Proportion, Of course, this item could be combined with the notion about sense of taste, but it is a little bit different. After all, a designer could take a great interest and put too many furniture in the room. And even if they are stylish, it will be overabundanced. There is a very thin verge in the Fusion between the elegance and lack of taste, on which a designer should balance to create such interior.
Pick Elements in Warm Colours, The importance of room colour is often underestimated, but the effects of colour are subtle and significant, physical and psychological. For a quieter ambiance, pick colours are not exceptionally bright. The best colours scheme for any cozy room is the one featuring warm colours. Yellow, orange and different shades of beige and brown create a calm and welcoming space in your dream home. Add Rustic Details, The rustic decor style is truly warm and inviting that's why you should have at least one rustic element in your home. It can be a bench, a chair, a cabinet, or anything that has that country chic feeling. Also including a touch of leather can warm up an entire space. By adding greenery like potted plants and flower bouquets, which can also prevent a warm room from being too stuffy and brighten designing in the winter months. Small things like books or funny plush toys in the right place can give you a nice feeling of calm, but attention to detail can do wonders when having people over. Small things like a glass bedside carafe in their bedroom and the few copies of exciting magazines on the table give a little character and a sense of homeyness to a room.
Since the before post, we had the fireplace installed and the drywall hung, taped, and plastered. We (I) did the priming and painting ourselves to save a little bit of money. Somehow the room grew in size even though we bumped out 21″ from the wall. I guess that's what happens when you draw the eye up and wide. Let's talk about storage for a second. Because we have a tiny 3-yr-old that has toys spilling out her nose. Someone asked why we went for non-functioning wood as opposed to cabinets below the benches. It's a really good question. This may sound crazy, but I didn't want to add anymore storage. Because when you have more storage, you fill it. And just a couple steps away, we have plenty of storage for her toys in the dining room (reveal coming soon). A couple steps more, and she can get to the rest in the office. There's one hidden spot of toys in the living room though. Underneath that side table is a basket of legos. That's it.
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