Decorating your home with manchester like cushions, throws, linen and towels should require more thought than most people give it. Instead of purchasing whatever’s in front of you at the time, when you put a little effort in, it can go a long way. Here are my tips for decorating with manchester in every room of the house.
How to Decorate your Living Room with Manchester
Unless you’re decorating entirely from scratch (who has the means or the time?) you should pick pillows and throws that match your decor. If you have a neutral palette in the living room, for example white walls and cream sofas, then you might want to think about adding pops of colour using cushions or throws in bold prints or contrasting tones. If your lounge room is already bold, tone it down with more muted accessories.
How to Decorate your Bedroom with Manchester
Decorating your bedroom with manchester is probably the trickiest, again if you already have some staple pieces then choose complimentary accents. Your bedroom is the most important relaxation space in the home. Choose a palette that accomplishes this with calming colours like sea greens, blues, creams and whites. A palette like this with a few bold accents is perfect for most of us, however if you have a larger than average bedroom then feel free to go a little more wild with colour. Bold prints and bright colours can make a room feel cluttered and small so only choose a lot of daring red if you’re lucky enough to have a big space.
How to Decorate your Bathroom with Manchester
The purity of using white linen in a bathroom never fails. Stack towels together in an open space to create an atmosphere of relaxation, just like at the spa. This will work no matter the style of your bathroom. However, if keeping those whites white is too much to bear, storage can be your best friend. Only have out the towels and floor mats in use (please colour coordinate) for an effortless fix.
How to Decorate your Kitchen with Manchester
While I still prefer those beautiful whites, the kitchen is definitely the easiest space to go all out with bold colours, prints and patterns such as this Cora, Ladelle floral pattern.
If your bold-coloured kitchen appliances are kept out on display, it’s easy to coordinate your kitchenware palette from the fashionable linen ranges available. Matching your tea towels, pot holders and aprons is easy, just stay on theme and your kitchen will always look good.
If there’s no obvious colour scheme in place with silver or white appliances, again it couldn’t be easier, simply choose your favourites. If you have an open plan home, try and match your kitchen linen with your living room manchester to keep a great flow throughout your house.
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