BedroomContemporary Bedroom, Melbourne
What Houzz contributors are saying:
13. Moody and broody. Geelong, VictoriaDesigner: Steve Domoney Architecture
2. You lack design confidenceYou love interesting, bold design and are constantly inspired by what you see around you, on Houzz or in everyday interiors you come across. But somehow, you just can’t seem to choose (and commit to) any colour scheme or new design piece. That’s when you need help.
7. Match the artwork to the propertyThis is simple. Think about the overall style of your home, which buyers it will appeal to, and then make sure the style of the artwork matches too. It then looks like it belongs, and creates a consistent story for your buyers. In this example, the property is strong and very contemporary, so the graphic piece of art is a perfect match.
Use pattern to your advantageA plain same-colour pattern of stripes, lines and checks can make a bold statement without overwhelming the room. Patterns such as these give the wall an understated elegance and still enable you to easily add other pieces to the room without worrying about any serious clashes. This is the perfect paper if you’re reluctant to commit to a strong design, but still want to make an impact.