GET POWERFUL YOUR FURNITURE by Rakel Pariente How many times we have asked how to get powerful our furniture? How can they look better? Easy, we have two ways to gain it: 1‐ GIVING A CONTRAST INTO THE SPACE This can be a good option for adventurous people. This option matches in modern, eclectic or vintage style. The key is using wallpaper or lighting, with the meaning of defining the furniture. We can use complements such as vases, a vinyl on the walls, pictures or mirrors, all of them use to be good roommates in these cases. You can choose a colour or a shape to contrast them.
Wallpaper stands out the console table, at the end again wallpaper stands up the desk.
Wallpaper with a vinyl stand out the pieces of the bathroom.
Shape and upholstery colour make a contrast between the furniture and the spaces.
Pictures and lighting make a contrast with the console table, and blue colour is the element which joins all the space.
Vintage style gives the same presence to each element.
2‐ FIT THE FURNITURE IN THE SPACE By the contrary, if you like harmonic and balance spaces, this is the option you are looking for. This option matches with minimalism, contemporary or chill out style. The key is to stand out the furniture in a softer way, with cushions, pillows, blankets, vases or other kind of decorative elements. These complements should combine with other elements into the spaces, such as lamps or chandeliers, other pieces of furniture, carpets, rugs or curtains.
Blue colour in blankets, cushions, chandelier, other pieces of furniture and decorative elements is the element which join all the space and its elements, making a balance ambiance.
Minimalist space joined by red colour is other option to get powerful our furniture.
Pure red give us a contrast, but at the same time shows us a communication between the elements of the space.
Black and white have the main role in this ambiance, the round shape is repeated on the ceiling lamp on the centre tables and sofa, making a connexion between elements.
The rhythm on the pattern on the upholstery and the picture is the connectivity into the space, black and grey colours are repeated in some elements.