Decoration: what are the current trends?
Away from white on white and < em>millennial gray fashion is for more colorful interiors. “We have a slight tendency to abandon clean whites and go for something warmer. It goes from beige to terracotta, to green”, illustrates the designer. Daring this look not only allows you to personalize a space, but also to create a rejuvenating and relaxing place.
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We also do not hesitate to integrate large plants into the decor to bring a touch of freshness. Also, we gladly adopt flashy lights that decorate the room in addition to illuminating it. The pro recommends in particular those of the local brand Luminaires Authentik.
Art Deco is making a comeback
Art Deco what? This glamorous stylewhich embraces art in all its forms and the mixture of textures, returns among us, a hundred years after its appearance. This gives character to a room, while allowing a bit of madness. If you are not ready to adopt this style completely, you can still dare furniture decorated with curves and arches or opt for rounded door and window frames.
< p>“It's very soft and it lends itself to all tastes, whether it's a new construction or a house that already has character,” says Stéphanie Delisle. Also, do not hesitate to search for second-hand pieces in order to furnish a room in a unique way.
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When painting rhymes with texture
There's nothing like a whitewash paint to give cachet and texture to a dull wall. Derived from limestone, lime brings a matte and slightly raised finish that can also create the illusion of concrete effect at little cost. In addition, the technique is more accessible than ever since the ingredients of its recipe – paint and compound – are now in the same place in store for easier application.
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Terrazzo has not said its last word
Terrazzo, this combination of stone and cement, “is here to stay” according to Stéphanie Delisle. Increasingly popular in homes, it has something to catch the eye in a room. Whether it is to cover the floor, surfaces or walls, it can adapt to more colorful or more sober styles.
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3 ideas for dressing up a room on the cheap:
Do the lining of its walls or some furniture with wooden slats, which brings texture and accent point to a space, at a low cost. You can paint them, or not, depending on the style you want.
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Dressing your windows with large curtains or large sails that cover the top of the window down to the floor: “It really dresses up the spaces and the walls”, sums up the designer.
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Build an inexpensive wall-mounted bookcase that will become the centerpiece of a space. We can “fill it with our most beautiful objects” to furnish everything. Again, feel free to add a touch of color.
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