Do you ever find your interior space looking too bland or too consistent? A great way to keep a space from looking plain is by using materials or fixtures with texture. Here are some examples on how to pull those textures into your home while keeping a continuous theme.
A simple way to add texture to your home is by bringing a material from your exterior to the interior. Commonly, we incorporate a textured design to the fireplace. In this case, stone was used to change up the materials in the living space. A stone material is compatible on the interior because it was also used on the home’s exterior entry way.
Kitchen Backsplash & Wood Stains
It is possible to keep your all-white trend and still include texture. Enter: subway tile! A glossy ceramic backsplash creates a break in the matte white features to create texture in the kitchen. Another way to include visual interest is by adding a stained vent hood or, in this case, floating shelves. Having that material change creates a different feel in the room while keeping your scheme coherent.
Textures can be incorporated into your home with built-in furniture and permanent fixtures. However, they can also be introduced by décor. For example, rugs have a change in material or integrate unique patterns for the room to create visual appeal. Another non-permanent way to include material interest is through decorative pillows and throws. These decorations are often colorful and differ from those in the rest of the room to design an eye-catching focal point.