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Top Interior Styling Secrets From Professionals

Updated on June 26, 2020
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In my spare time, I enjoy writing about parenting, productivity, and home improvement.


Have you always wanted a stunning interior style for your home or space, but didn’t know where to start? Creating an interesting and striking interior doesn’t just need to be left to the celebrity stylists and Hollywood elite, with a little bit of insider stylist knowledge you could be creating authentic interior spaces that will be the talking point of your friends and family.

Stand out interiors are those that are unique and visually appealing to the eye, and if you’ve ever wondered how the professionals’ style an interior space, we’ve gathered some great ideas for you to try it yourself. Here are some interior styling secrets to help you create a gorgeous interior space.

1. Embrace being different

Gone are the days of traditional and strict styling, if you want to hang artwork in the bathroom or add a vibrant splash of paint in a room, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t try it. You can move your favorite pieces around to create something unique and special by moving the objects around in your home. Don’t be fixed on creating a style to a tee, embrace your intuition, and try something a little different.

2. Add something unique to make a space pop

Adding in something a little out of the norm to your interior space can be a fun way to add some life to your room. Whether it is an old favorite item or something that isn’t necessarily matching your styling, an offbeat piece is a great addition to your room.

3. Explore textures and color palettes

There is nothing blander than white on white and adding some texture, and layering your colors can help to beautify a space. Explore painting combinations that work to create the ideal look. If you want to add in a super vibrant palate or you are exploring some color combinations that are more muted, the texture will boost the style when added to soft furnishings in particular.

4. Add some greenery

For a space to feel warm plants and greenery will help to make your home feel welcoming. Living plants make all the difference to a space and can add that finishing touch that can help style a kitchen, dining room, or bedroom by simply adding a plant.

Indoor plants on display are becoming a popular choice for interior styling, including hanging plants, pot plants, and tall vases of cut flowers. Not only do plants look good, but they improve air quality as well.

5. Color thread each room for cohesion

If you are styling a number of rooms, consider a color thread that brings together a range of spaces. Matching the hue will work to complement the aesthetics of your house and ensure a flow for the rooms in your property.

Summing up

For those of us that live and breathe styling, the inspiration above can help to create the perfect look for a home, office, or commercial space.

Get your space styled with finesse by using some of the tips above to style your indoor space. From styling a small space to styling or staging a home, tap into the tricks of the trade from professional interior stylists and turn from the area from drab to fab.


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