3 Infallible Decoration Rules

3 infallible decoration rules that professionals follow

Are you thinking about sprucing up your space? If decorating is not your forte, don’t worry! On this blog, we have three fantastic decorating principles trusted by the pros. But hey, don’t stress: these ‘rules’ are more like friendly advice. They adapt to your space and style. So if you’re not a decorating professional, just follow these steps and avoid rookie mistakes.

Rule 60 – 30 – 10

This 3 décor rules focuses on colour and balance. Mix three colours: dominant (60% space), secondary (30% space), and accent (10%). Dominant for walls, floors, and big furniture. Secondary for curtains, bedding, and patterns. Accent for art, accessories, and cushions. Contrast the accent colour, have fun, and watch your space come alive!

3 Infallible Decoration Rules

Rule of 3

Not the school’s famous rule of 3, but a decor rule pros follow, especially for furniture and accents. Create groups of 3 items that look like a set. For instance: 3 decorations on a table, 3 furniture pieces in a room, an arrangement with 3 pendant lamps, or a trio of paintings on a wall.

 The key is linking items through shared features like colour, material, texture, style, or proximity. Why 3? Odd-numbered compositions naturally catch the eye as they center on the viewer’s focus point, and odd groups tend to look more harmonious and dynamic than even-numbered ones. Applying this decor rule is a smart way to spruce up spaces with objects.

Focal Point Rule

Let’s clarify the decor rule about focal points first. A focal point grabs your attention in a room, like a window view or a standout piece. The rule? Find your room’s focal point, enhance it, and plan decor around it. For example, a window view becomes the focus – keep the area clean, and use a bold curtain. No focal point? Create one by moving furniture or using decorative pieces. Bedrooms (bed or window), dining (table or art), living (fireplace or sofa), bathroom (texture or corner), kitchen (island or window) – each room can have one. 

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 The key is linking items through shared features like colour, material, texture, style, or proximity. Why 3? Odd-numbered compositions naturally catch the eye as they center on the viewer’s focus point, and odd groups tend to look more harmonious and dynamic than even-numbered ones. Applying this decor rule is a smart way to spruce up spaces with objects.

At Canada Countertops we hope you achieve the best and most harmonious of spaces.

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