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Ditch Minimalism, Embrace Maximalism

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Pared-down interiors not your style? Then, you will love the maximalist interior design style. This design sensibility believes in the more is better approach and boasts of what some may consider overwhelming, but an eclectic mix of colours, textures and styles. Here are some tips to help you get an idea.

1. Add Vibrancy

Pick out lively colours to add drama to your room. You can also go for a tone on tone technique and layer the room with multiple shades. If you’re not up for a colourful mess, then stick to revamping the upholstery and furnishings to give it an instant uplift. You could also jazz things up a bit by adding a set of bright-coloured cushions like these:

2. Play with Textures and Patterns

 A layered landscape with pretty patterns and bubbly textures can make your home a welcoming sight. You have immense opportunities to put together a dizzying array of carpets   like The Home Talk Double Shade Red 3D Carpet 

curtains and even wall decor. Just know that the only rule to follow is that there are no rules in design. You can stick with one type of style or merge a few styles you fancy.

3. Go Wild

Loud and dominating prints on the wall is definitely a feature of the maximalist interior design style. It’s not for the faint-hearted, but can automatically enliven the home of a flamboyant and creative mind by adding drama. The core principle of maximalism is to fill your home to the brim with patterns, prints and colour. Your wall acts like a canvas, so throw in some lovely motifs.

4. Pep up with Art

Art is the grand representation of maximalism. The potpourri of colour and patterns that create a wonderful painting is what inspires maximalism. So why not weave together the elements in your room with a stunning painting that complements your theme? Look at this beauty

 Wouldn’t it be just perfect if you are looking to go max?

5. Fusion of Themes

Maximalism plays by any theme and encourages the marriage of different styles. You can choose to pair modern furniture with an antique vase and shabby chic tones. The ultimate result should appease the eyes and make it a lovely collection.

6. Artsy Decor

You can go wild while choosing decor for this design style — the more the merrier. What’s satisfying is that there are no restrictions on what you can put in. Doesn’t matter if it’s from the flea market or elite interior stores; mix and match what suits your liking. This sleek set of colourful glass diffuser

 will be the perfect addition to a maximalist interior code.

Now that you have a wonderful design style to amp up your interiors, go all out and dress your home. If you love prints and patterns, check our website https://thehometalk.com/ for more inspiration.



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