Color and texture are the two easiest ways to change a decoration. Although you can also use them in combination, on this occasion we want to show you how adding a bit of texture to your decoration can make it more interesting. There are basically 4 ways to add texture to your decor and they are using textiles, metals, stone and wood. We are going to do a little review for these big groups.
The textiles They are the easiest and most economical way to add texture to the decoration of your home. Carpets, curtains, bedspreads, pillows and even upholstery can easily change any space. Synthetic leather, knit, crochet and velvet will help you create an appropriate mood and, of course, make your home more inviting.
We can even combine two of these elements to create several layers as we see here with the carpet and synthetic leather.
This blanket woven with super thick wool is ideal to make a bedroom more warm and cozy.
Leather blankets can be used both in bed and on a sofa. They are warm and cozy and we can find a huge variety of synthetic skins with delicious touches.
The warmth and luxury are not at odds, as velvet curtains have shown for centuries.
Here we see a good selection of textiles that in combined use create a really cozy atmosphere.
The metal or the metallic finishes add freshness, luxury and sophistication. They are suitable both for creating feminine and masculine environments depending on the chosen metal. Gold, silver and copper are ideal for women's spaces and iron is mostly male, especially in rough or rusty finishes.
The coffee table and the copper lamp combine perfectly in this so feminine living room with its pink sofa.
With its shapes and brightness this selection of lamp and vase next to a pair of spheres form a very interesting set.
In this industrial style kitchen, the metallic plating of the wall and the iron tube lamp stand out.
Another set of coffee tables and elegant and fresh copper lamp. As we see they combine very well with neutral tones.
In a rustic or vintage style kitchen copper is a very important asset to consider.
The wood It is the third material that we can use to add texture to a decoration. The wide variety of finishes that allows us, its naturalness and warmth make it an essential element so that the texture is present in our decoration.
It can be used both to coat floors and walls. At the same time it can be used as a complement to the roof and of course it is irreplaceable in the carpentry of any home, especially in regard to doors. Without forgetting of course the furniture.
This beautiful industrial lamp would not be the same without those rough beams that adorn the ceiling.
The wooden floors are of an incomparable warmth. Ideal to create a cozy, warm and practical environment,
Finally, we have hard materials such as stone and the bricks which is usually used on accent walls in any room of the house. Although with special incidence in the kitchen, the bathroom and the living room.
The stone combines very well with other materials that provide texture such as metal and wood especially.
The exposed brick walls are a perfect complement to a contemporary kitchen with rustic, industrial or minimalist air.
And it is not necessary to live in a manor house or an old factory to enjoy these materials. There is a wide assortment of platelets that mimic stone or bricks and are easy to install.