Dining with Friends - Dining RoomContemporary Dining Room, Melbourne
Residential Interior design & decoration project by Camilla Molders Design
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Oversized artworkOversized art pieces have obvious appeal. Choose an original, such as the large artwork seen in this contemporary Melbourne home, for maximum impact. This work by Rehgan Mather adds a sense of dynamism to this otherwise restrained Camilla Molders-designed interior.
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2. Be boldUse artwork to add drama to a lifeless corner of the room. It becomes the focal point and draws your eye into the space, adding vibrancy and interest. Designing and styling with purpose is always a good idea and the inclusion of artwork helps refine the area. You can also use the artwork as colour inspiration for the space – so choose a few colours and express them through cushions, furniture and accessories, just like this example using a pop of red. TOP TIP: Go full scale with your artwork. This gives added focus and demands attention, helping to zone the space.