Decoration Tuesday, July 18th 2017.
Wall planters you can buy. Of course, there’s no need to go through all the trouble of making the planters or the supports yourself when it would be much easier to buy some ready-made ones. There are a lot of options to choose from, like the very simple and slick Toro plant hanger. It’s made of steel and wood and it can be used in several different ways, not just for displaying beautiful plants but also as a handy surface on which to keep the keys, sunglasses or other things.
Use Neutral Colors to Emphasize Shape. This can be a benefit or a detriment of neutral colors, perhaps, depending on the shape of your furniture and architecture. But neutral colors are an excellent way to cut out the visual clutter of a variety of bolder colors, which in turn creates an emphasis on and subsequent appreciation for beautiful lines, curves, angles, and silhouettes within your design.
Before we dive too deeply into the merits of using neutral colors in your interior decorating, let’s briefly review what neutral colors are. Technically, in the context of interior design, neutral means without color, although even neutrals have undertone that play a critical role in their successful use. Neutral colors are not typically found on the color wheel because they include shades of black, white, grey, beige, ivory, taupe, and brown.
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