More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

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More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

More Is More Decor - A Handbook For Maximalists: Banish the beige, ditch the drab and throw the interiors rule book out of the window

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Siobhan is not one for ‘interior rules’ and incites us to start the design process by looking at our wardrobes for motivation. Key to creating an eclectic and maximalist look is having mismatched items that add character to the space. This 1970s original living room was the perfect backdrop for our client's forever-growing collection of books and collectibles," designer Fran Keenan of Fran Keenan Design explains. It's so exciting to see this across the board -- from Gucci to Lilly Pulitzer at Pottery Barn," says Nixon. Netflix's Interior Design Masters finalist Siobhan Murphy brings you a fearless home interiors handbook that celebrates maximalism and shows you how your taste in fashion can influence your home decor.

I always wonder where they have been and who owned them and what did they lock inside and where is the darn key? A celebration of bold fashion and maximalist interiors, More Is More Decor showcases key maximalist influencers of the past and present, from Jayne Mansfield to Jonathan Adler, before demonstrating how fashion and other interests such as travel can inspire your interior design choices. Just to say I have received my mirror earlier today , it is absolutely beautiful , I am delighted and felt I had to thank you promptly and tell you how very grateful I am for the brilliant and professional service you have provided, it has been exemplary, I really hope you do well in the future, you so deserve to , best wishes and again THANK YOU.

There are three different major patterns here, but because they vary in scale, they're each able to hold their own in the space. For example, combining a vintage velvet sofa with modern metallic accent chairs could offer a truly eclectic look.

People are using it in every room of the house, but unlike that faded micro-floral print in your grandma's bathroom, these trendy papers are flaunting big designs in a mural-like style.Traditional style is all about nailing those perfectly tailored pieces, but one of the best things about maximalism is that it embraces imperfect artisan features. Siobhan’s passion for interior design and love of colour and all things maximalist is shared on every page. Color is also important; rich shades of plum or scarlet create an intimate space and luxuriant tones of ochre or burnt orange can induce a feeling of warmth.

A beautiful insight into maximalism with amazing photography capturing such beautiful rooms and designs. You don’t want a chunky dining room table overwhelming your small dining chairs, so instead of choosing furniture in the same style, focus on the same scale. Maximalist decor is making a comeback, and what better room in the home to channel this more is more approach to design than in the living room? The eclectic touches continue on the walls, which feature a bold mix of 3-D art, neon signs, and more.There's a fine line between functionality and beauty, though, and you need to make sure your space is livable. More abstract and slightly larger in scale, is the zebra window shade, and the even more mellow spotted Hello Dottie Flor Tiles. Whether you love collecting vintage china or modern ceramic bowls, it's all about displaying them in excess.

Pick a lane: Mies van der Rohe's "Less is more" mantra or architect Robert Venturi's maxim "More is more. A maximalist aesthetic is best executed when the personality of the person using the space shines through the design. Considered the father of maximalism, Duquette's work is over the top, with stunning surface decorations like malachite, lots of gilt and materials like abalone, pen shell, coral, rock crystal, bronze and lapis lazuli, which were used to handcraft the accessories and furniture in the new collection (www. Both trends invite pattern-mixing and unique color combinations, like the sky blue and coral prints that cover this living room.Her living room is splashed with colour, boasting strings of paper flowers and lanterns that she creates for parties and events, shelves of knick-knacks, and even a giant, blue Smurf doll in one corner.



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