When we are speaking about making home décor bolder and cooler, the easiest ways to spruce it up a little is to add color or texture or both. Today I’d like to discuss adding textures because incorporating texture adds an extra dimension that instantly makes a room more interesting. What are the ways to add textures to your home décor?
Textiles are the easiest and most budget-friendly way to add textures to your home décor. Rugs, curtains, bedspreads, furniture covers, pillows, even upholstery can easily change your space and spruce it up a little. Faux fur, knit, crochet and velvet will help you to create a proper mood and of course will make your interior cozier.
this patterned rug makes this simple room more eye-catching
textured upholstery and a fluffy rug make this nook cozier
grey knit rug with different patterns can easily spruce up any room without being too much
rug layering is a great idea for any room, pick two different colors and textures
emerald velvet upholstery makes a statement here
super chunky merino wool blanket in dark grey
fur blanket is a very cozy thing and looks luxurious in any interior
Moroccan wedding blanket + handira pillows create an ambience here
deep purple velvet curtains create a mood in this room
light-colored patterned fluffy rug helps to make this space very inviting
soft, fine fabrics can create a feminine mood and deifnitely add coziness
striped rug, pillows and upholstery definitely create a mood here
Metallic décor is very popular today, whatever metal you choose, they will look stunning. Metals of any kind or just metallic décor can make your room cooler, and you can find cool metal touches for any style and color scheme. Brass, copper and silver will give your interior a slightly glam feel and rusty exposed pipes will help to stick to the industrial or steampunk décor.
gold metallic coffee table add a glam touch to the decor
gold accent bookshelf and a picture frame in the same color
copper coffee table base fits a girlish pink room
brass mirror frame and faucets add a glam feel to this bathroom
silver metallic vases and accessories look awesome in group
clear glass hurricanes with silver bases can add a cool touch to any decor
silver tiles and pipe lamp holder are to add a pretty textural touch here
copper sphere pendant lamps for the dining aspace
copper coffee tables in a group add an eye-catching touch to the peaceful room decor
copper cooker and hood edging match perfectly
Wood is perhaps among the leader for adding texture to your home décor, it’s widely used absolutely everywhere, from furniture or floors to accessories and even accent walls. Wood of any kind but especially rough wood will easily bring some texture to the room décor. Of course, you can just go for wooden floors to show the beautiful wood texture but there are more original ways to do that: choose raw edge wooden shelves for your kitchen or make weathered wood accent wall or doors, show all the beauty of the wood!
a weathered wood accent wall add a rustic feel and make the space unique
live-edge kitchen shelves will give your space a character
barnwood doors hide a laundry nook and echo with the shelves inside
rough wood ceiling beams and an industrial chandelier with bulbs perfectly add texture
sometimes a whitewashed wooden sign is enough to add texture
beautiful chevron-clad wooden floors make this space livelier and cooler
elegant powder room with a whitewashed wooden sink stand
Brick décor is very popular and super trendy right now, especially brick accent walls, which actually match any interior décor, from industrial to sweet girlish. If you don’t have cool original brick walls to keep, use faux brick panels, which allow you to get a fashionable feature just for nothing. Stone, maybe even faux stone, can be used to clad walls, fireplaces, backsplashes and even whole bathrooms or showers.
faux stone kitchen backsplash adds texture to the decor
showstopper stone bathroom accent wall
stacked stone fireplace will catch an eye and add coziness