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Ways To Add Texture To Your Home Decor

When we talk about making home decor bolder and cooler, the easiest thing to do is add color or texture, or both, to spice it up a little. Today I want to discuss adding textures because adding textures adds an extra dimension that instantly makes a room more interesting. How can you add textures to your home decor?

textiles

Textiles are the easiest, most affordable way to add texture to your home decor. Carpets, curtains, bedspreads, furniture covers, pillows, and even upholstery can easily transform and spice up your space a little. Faux fur, knitwear, crochet and velvet create a good mood and naturally make your interior more cozy.

Metallic decor

Metallic decor is very popular today, no matter which metal you choose, it will look stunning. Any kind of metals or just metallic decor can make your space cooler, and you can find cool metal accents for every style and color scheme. Brass, copper, and silver add a slightly glamorous feel to your interior, and rusty exposed pipes help maintain the industrial or steampunk decor.

Forest

Wood may be among the leaders when it comes to adding texture to your home decor. It’s used everywhere from furniture or flooring to accessories to accent walls. Wood of any kind, but especially rough wood, easily gives the room decoration a certain texture. Of course, you can also go for hardwood floors to show off the beautiful wood texture, but there are more original ways to do that: choose wood shelving with raw edges for your kitchen, or make weathered wood accent walls or doors and show off all the beauty of the wood!

Stone brick

The brick decor is very popular and very trendy right now, especially walls with brick accents that go with any interior decor, from industrial to cute girlish. If you don’t have cool original brick walls, go for artificial brick panels that will give you a fashionable function for nothing. Stone, perhaps even engineered stone, can be used to clad walls, fireplaces, back splashes, and even entire bathrooms or showers.

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