As we all know, choosing the right furniture is more than falling in love with its initial beauty. The style and construction of the furniture has to last many years, so considering the distinct details and quality of construction of a particular piece is a good way to help seal the deal and a little pro guidance never hurts. I met up with furniture designer Reagan Hayes at Fashionphile to view a few of her pieces. She also gave me a few tips for finding the perfect furniture piece. Choosing home furniture items can be a lot of fun – and also kind of a nightmare. It can be difficult to find useful, comfortable pieces that reflect your personal style and combine to create a cohesive interior. You also likely won't want to throw everything out, and that brings about the question of which pieces to keep, reupholster, or otherwise modify to fit with the look of your room. In short, choosing furniture requires consideration of a number of both practical and aesthetic factors.
Bohemian Style Tip: Mix Old and New with Reckless Abandon. Although the essence of Boho-Chic is a vintage-inspired version of “laissez-faire,” or, in other words, “let it be how it will be,” the style benefits by juxtaposing older items with more modern ones. For example, a sleek, streamlined table could hold a colorful fringe-y table runner with great effect.A lacquered swivel chair could accompany an old, weathered secretary. Or, the more modern “white space” could make an excellent background for other Bohemian-style décor objects. Bohemian Style Tip: Fill Every Space. With an eye toward variety and diversity in color and form, choose objects that you love and use them to fill every visual and physical spot in the space. Think outside the box in layout, and think of each plane as an open book for you to fill.
Furniture, Minimalist furniture: a high sofa, chair, bed, this classic shapes and strong design. Color design of furniture corresponds to the decor of the background (wall). The main quality of furniture in this style is simplicity and versatility: transforming sofa and bed, foldout chair, folding table, built-in wardrobes, etc. There are no shelves in the minimalist interior. All things must be kept in a cabinet or in boxes under the sofa / bed. Prints and designs on upholstery are not acceptable. But it can be on the wall. Some people are wondering what minimalism really means. The simplest meaning that we can think of is it is keeping things simple. This is the closest that we can say, but it means more, depending on the subject you want to refer to. In abstract painting, minimalism is about the extreme simplification of form, using basic shapes and the monochromatic shades of primary colors, anonymity of style and objectivity. In music, minimalism is the extreme simplification of harmonies, patterns, rhythms, prolonged melodic or chordal repetitions. While in arts, literature and design, minimalism is the use of the fewest and barest elements or essentials. Thus, we can say that minimalism is more of a lifestyle than ideas.
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