Is your room feeling ho hum? I have a great way for you to add some spice to your room’s decor without breaking the bank! Repeat after me: Texture.
Adding texture to your decor can add an important visual and tactile element to your room.
A wooden coffee table with rough-hewn edges that sits on the smooth surface of a chenille rug are just a few examples of textures working together to make a room unique!
Whenever I’m choosing an item to decorate a home, I always check to see if I like the way it feels.
This sounds weird, but I think it’s important! From lamp shades to rugs and pillows to curtains, you should like the way something feels as well as the way it looks.
Since it’s summer, I’m really loving seersucker, seagrass, and jute, which are all textures that remind me of being at the beach. I’m thinking preppy seersucker pillows, seagrass wallpaper, and a jute (which is a cousin to sisal) area rug.