Luxury brands Essential Home and DelightFULL have some amazing novelties featuring two amazing Italian designers: Studiopepe and Carlo Donati! We’ve previously talked about the collaboration between the two Mid-Century Furniture Giants and the two Italian Interior Design Giants and, today, we’ll present some specifics of the collections that Studiopepe and […]
If you have a typical room that doesn’t quite come together or even a house with limited rooms/spaces, then there is one decor solution that can perfectly suit your upmost needs. We’re talking about the advantages of Mixed Use Decor today, in both space advantages as well as decor possibilities.
Sometimes the best solutions for sustainable quality decor come off as a fusion between two rooms. This is what Mixed Use is all about: the ability to combine two elements into one single space. A Dining Room and a Living Room, or even the Kitchen, for that matter, end up being some of the best divisions to combine in this regard.
One hint for Mixed Use Decor is adaptable furniture. Choose the furniture carefully with your own notion of proportion as a useful guide in that regard. The main goal here is to make the function of the rooms visually and functionally clear.
However Mixed Use Decor is a concept that can include not only the combination of two types of divisions into one but also the mix of several decoration styles. Playing with several styles is always an adventure for any interior design enthusiast. A Classic Decor can be combined with Modern Decor, a Minimalistic style can match an Industrial one, and there can be a couple of surprises waiting for you if you mix Traditional and Transitional decor. In this regard, this style ends up being a very Versatile style in a way that can be very easy to blend easily matched decors.
In short, Mixed Use Decor can be a very practical and stunning solution for the quality of your home decor. Whether you desire to fuse two rooms together or even play with distinct styles, this concept is the solution you seek in this regard.