The first rule about decorating is that you can break almost all the other rules.
Something almost all decorators will tell you is that rules are meant to be broken. It is more important than the decor in your home reflects your living style and your personality than any conventional rule. It is important, however, to find a balance so that a home doesn’t become too stale and boring or too busy and distracting.
If you prefer monochromatic interiors that have a little color, decor tiles can be a nice way to break up the eye without getting bored. This allows the room to still read as a unified color scheme but also gives the space personality without trying too hard. Since touchable textures are nice, often a more subdued look is desired in a room to make the walls blend in with the decor as opposed to compete with them.
There are also wallpapers and do it yourself murals that mimic hand painted artwork on walls. Whichever is your method for application, the results can be stunning.
Faux finishing is a technique by which different paint colors and glazes are used to create walls that appear to be textured with varying hues and highlights. Depending on the colors you choose an application pressure used a unique look can be achieved on each wall of your room.
Mosaic is an assemblage of small material pieces put together in a form like collage, design, pattern or even random mix. They are created with stone, ceramics, shells, glass, mirrors, beads, pearls that lend a luxury element to the entire wall or a part of your floor
Everyone has its own preferences when it comes to interior designs. People often know what they want but they are having trouble finding it. And sometimes they have no idea what they want and they just make their decisions on the spot. Some of them are more simple, others more sophisticated, some are classic or traditional and some are more modern. But whatever the style is, the important thing is that you like it and you’re happy with it because you’ll have enjoyed it for a long time.