I'd like feedback on my article: Tips and Tricks for mixing interior design...

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  1. rajatsharma0306 profile image60
    rajatsharma0306posted 10 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article Tips and Tricks for mixing interior design styles in the home (must be signed in to view). What can I do to improve? Thanks!

  2. SmartAndFun profile image96
    SmartAndFunposted 10 months ago

    Hi Rajat,

    I seems the most serious problem with this article is that it is a near copy of this one, from the blog "Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body"
    https://www.designertrapped.com/how-to- … your-home/

    For example, let's compare your section called "Create Harmony with Colour" with the blogger's section called "Create Unity with Color."

    Colour is the biggest thing which helps create a unity in the home. So using a cohesive colour scheme in space can make any style or shape go together. For instance, if you have a bright colour sofa set in the living room then make it an eye-arresting point by pairing it with same colour accents like artworks, flower vases and likes. Make sure you keep rest of the palette neutral to allow the statement pieces to make an impact.
    If you have traditional style furniture units in the home, make them modern, funky and fresh by adding bright colours to it. A simple coat of these colours will not only give the room a welcoming appeal but will also modernize the piece. Some attractive colour combinations to try are ruby red with soft blue or grey, a bold poppy orange with cool dusty greens etc.

    Color is the biggest unifier, so using a cohesive color scheme can make nearly any shape or style go together. If you have a bright, fun couch or chair, make it a focal piece by adding accents of the same color in a piece of art, a vase or some other accessories. Keep the rest of your palette muted or neutral to allow the standout item to really make an impact.
    As you can see here, keeping the pallet in the same color family, but then adding the pop of turquoise throughout, creates a unified look even with several “eclectic” pieces in this midcentury-style living room.
    Add bright colors to make traditional pieces feel funky, modern and fresh. A coat of bright paint can instantly modernize almost any piece. Soften standout bright colors with a neutral palate on surrounding pieces and repeat the color throughout the room in several spots. Some fun color combinations to try are: bright pink or turquoise with soft mint; ruby red with soft blue, grey or khaki; a bold poppy orange with cool, dusty greens, blues and corals; or bright yellow with navy, grey, black or maroon.

    It is clear you have copied the blog article but changed or rearranged a few words here and there. This is not allowed on HubPages and in fact can get you permanently banned.

  3. FatFreddysCat profile image98
    FatFreddysCatposted 10 months ago

    SmartAndFun with a cinder block for the win. CRUNCH!

    1. greenmind profile image96
      greenmindposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      spun and dried.

      1. SmartAndFun profile image96
        SmartAndFunposted 10 months agoin reply to this


    2. SmartAndFun profile image96
      SmartAndFunposted 10 months agoin reply to this

      lol lol


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