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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Maximalism is all about celebrating pattern play, so don't be shy about mixing and matching different fabrics and prints. 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. Photos taken by me are protected – I’m happy if you like to share these, but please link back to Jalan Interior. At the highly revered trendsetting Salone del Mobile exposition in Milan, there was color -- lots of it -- as well as pattern. Mixing prints brings much-needed vibrancy and playfulness to your interior, and the most surprising of combinations can work brilliantly together.

Geometric prints echo the gridlike pattern of the brick, while an organic touch or two, including a terrarium, soften the space. 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. Painting or papering a ceiling draws attention upwards and has the ability to make a space look much taller. For others, however, the idea of little-to-no trinkets or accessories and white or neutral walls everywhere simply doesn't work, and that's where maximalist decorating comes in. The key to this thrown-together look is keeping the colors, including pastels, jewel tones, and darks, at the same intensity.A celebration of bold fashion and maximalist interiors, More Is More Decor showcases key maximalist influencers of the past and present, from Jayne Mansfield to Jonathan Adler, before demonstrating how fashion and other interests such as travel can inspire your interior design choices. Siobhan highlights the importance of grouping these items as a collection, but stresses not to overthink it.

Alternating between horizontal and vertical stacks will make your display more eye-catching, which is always the goal in a maximalist room. The fresh color contributes to the room's organic look, which includes a large-scale, black-and-white, tree-patterned wallpaper.Whether it's an antique chair or a brand new blanket, if you love it, you can make it work in your space. While maximalism isn't for everyone, and some prefer the understated nature of minimalism, this decor trend is being embraced for its ability to channel personality in the home, with a less strict approach to design rules than other popular trends. Here, chocolaty brown walls anchor a maximalist bedroom bursting with orange, yellow, blue, and green. Below, designers explain six different decorating ideas that embrace the maximalist decor trend for a cozy living room – perfect if you're feeling inspired to create a vibrant and uplifting space that still feels incredibly chic and liveable.



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