Have you recently moved to a new home or apartment and are looking for new pieces to decorate and furnish it? Maybe you have lived in your home for a while and need a complete décor refresh. There are a lot of different ways to fill your rooms with fun and practical furniture details and elements. One method is to decorate with accessories.

Here are some things to consider.

Think Quality

When it comes to decorating your space, stuffing every nook with all sorts of knick-knacks probably isn’t the best way to utilize the space. Oftentimes, one large unique piece is better than multiple little ones. Look for things that are not mass-produced. Instead, find things that are rarer and make your space stand out as one-of-a-kind. In other words, think quality over quantity.

Bring in the Light

The right accent lighting can change the ambiance of any room in your home. Whether it’s a simple table lamp that brings in sparkling mood light in your bedroom or a floor lamp that offers brighter light for your living room space, light is a key element to a well-designed room.

Combine Colors and Textures

Do you have a neutral couch or loveseat? Make your room pop with color with a bright rug. Or consider getting a metal side table, or one made of wood. Varying colors and textures in a space can add dimension and make it more visually appealing.

Think Balance

When designing a room, think about how you can balance the room, rather than making everything symmetrical. Group items in smaller, odd numbers. For example, have a wall of different-sized candle holders or a gorgeous mirror that is balanced by two pieces of art or photos on the side or down below.

Consider Comfort

If you have recently purchased a new chair or sofa, adding some comfortable pillows can make a fun design statement, but also enhance the space’s comfort.

At Broadway Furniture, we have the selection that you’re looking for — whether it’s for your living room, bedroom, dining room, or another space.

Visit us today to find the perfect décor for your home!

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