Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 19:28:53 PM. Interior. By Yannick Toinette.
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In many aspects of interior design right now, geometric patterns are popular. From patterned pillowcases to rugs, you’ll likely see these sleek patterns in many areas of the home. But did you know you can use a stencil to help you get the look on a small accent wall?
You might think that the easiest color palette to develop in your space would be monochromatic, but that isn't necessarily true. Your color variations need to be chosen carefully in order to get the look you want. Too similar but not identical, and they may clash; too dissimilar, and they won't connect. The phrase "same same, but different" comes to mind here. Monochromatic doesn't have to mean safe or simple either.
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