The Style Elite: 3 Simple Ways To Style Your Mom Cave
Getting your decor together is no easy feat, but one way to get through this challenge is to think of your home in the way you dress yourself. You must layer and edit the same way you do with your wardrobe. Picture frames and decanters serve as the jewelry in your home. Your flooring and rugs can be equated to perhaps your…Jimmy Choos? Well maybe not so much, but it helps to get a system figured out in your head.
If you walk around your city wearing the best styles, and then you walk into your home and it’s a dump, something is off. Your home should always reflect who you are. Here are some suggestions and themes you can adopt and adapt to your own tastes to style your mom cave. Change up the accessories, the color schemes and textures in your home to suit your style and have fun with it!
Darker wall colors, contrary to what many believe, opens up the room by allowing the walls to recede. The furniture and the walls compliment each other as opposed to competing in this instance. Although this room has a very masculine feel, by adding in metallic elements, it helps to balance out the space. This room can be unisex with the right accessories.
Unless you have access to a cabin in the woods, allow this room to serve as your personal oasis. By adding in a few elements you can really achieve vacation bliss before and after work. This room is a creates a great blend of feminine and masculine touches. The feminine shapes in the chandelier work with masculine wood grain wallpaper.
Rachel Ashwell made the term “Shabby Chic” quite famous. Now it is used in everyday decorator lingo. A few elements can help you achieve this look. Adding in lots of white, light tones, and texture with a few glam pieces can really bring this look together.