When choosing a color patter for wall decoration, one must keep in mind the contrast color pattern in conjunction with the ambient lighting. Generally a widely accepted color plan is in a light color background such a cream white or ash grey and this is contrasted with dark colors. Those colors can be dark brown or matte black. Now that we have a contrast combination like this, it would be pertinent to place the dark colors in small packets like decoration shelves or painting that have a dull feel to them and have black matted frames.
Decorating Details for the Traditional Living Room. It’s often the small decorating touches and details that can make or break a room’s style. A well-placed art sculpture, decorative clock or interesting wall shelf can add a lot of visual interest to a room. Creating a focal point can also be a great way to define a room’s style. A large potted tree, a collection of framed family portraits, or an oversized art print can all serve as a focal point. Even if your apartment features wall-to-wall carpeting, you might want to consider an area rug. Strategically placed rugs can add a very traditional look to a room, while also serving to visually unite seating areas and room design features. By adding traditional styling details to your sleek high-rise apartment living room, you’ll be able to create a cozy living space that you’ll love coming home to.