As soon as you enter any room, there is a certain point that attracts your attention. It could be an architectural element, a furniture piece or some ornamental decorative accessory. This eye catching, attention grabbing point in the room is called focal point. A room can have one main focal point and other secondary focal points. The focal point should be highlighted in such a way that it is inviting to enter that room and pleasing to remain in that room for a longer time. You can use your decorative accessories to create attractive focal points in a room. A good focal point makes a room lively and memorable. A room without focal point has no character, no strength to attract people.
You can group up a few decorative accessories to make stunningly beautiful arrangements. Proper display of accessories enhances the looks of a room. You can make your room look stylish and elegant by proper choice and arrangement of accessories such as mirrors, lamps, wall art, rugs, vases, antique pieces, coffee table books, sculptures and figurines, pillows and cushions. Keep in mind certain rules while arranging your rich artifacts to make them look dazzling. The most important rule is: do not overcrowd the space with too many decorative pieces. You need to choose a great composition with the correct balance of size, shape, color and texture.
Display an assortment of accessories of different sizes and shapes. Place tallest accessory at the back and small ones in front. Arrange them in artistic manner, so that they grab attention. An appropriate color scheme binds them well and they look good as a group. Sometimes asymmetric arrangement looks interesting. A beautiful wall art with a stunning flower arrangement in front of it looks gorgeous. Layering your accessories with different colors and textures creates depth. While arranging photos, proper lighting will highlight them. Candlesticks look beautiful in front of mirrors. Flower arrangement with some shiny little objects looks lovely. While grouping similar accessories always choose odd number of items. For example three vases would look good instead of two. If you would want to display two vases, choose different height and similar shapes. If you want to display a collection of different accessories, make sure that they complement each other. They should highlight each other in some way. Even a simple arrangements like a bowl of fresh fruits on dining table or a bowl of silver acorns on a center table in living room or flower vase in entry hall look pleasing to the eyes.
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