5 Finishing Touches to Pull Your Space Together
A well-designed space is something we can all appreciate, but some people seem to have a knack for taking design above and beyond. The secret is often in the little details — the finishing touches that really pull everything together to make something special. Today, we’re sharing our five favorite finishing touches. Because once you know, you know.
A single fantastic piece of art, a gallery wall of personal photos, an oversized mirror — the options are absolutely endless. An expanse of empty wall space can seem stark and glaring in an otherwise well-designed space. If you’re playing up a striking architectural feature, that’s one thing, but otherwise, consider how you can put those walls to use.
Add a Tray
A tray walks the line between form and function, adding elements like color and texture while serving as a home base for various items. On the coffee table, it’s a great spot for remotes and a few decor pieces. The overall effect is intentional without being over the top.
Focus on Fragrance
Fresh flowers, candles, essential oil diffusers — these are all designer tricks to truly finish a space. Engage your senses on another level by incorporating a delicate fragrance. It’s an easy way to create an inviting, appealing space.
There’s something about adding greenery to a space. And the hands-down easiest way to do it is by mixing fresh and faux. Invest in a few really great faux succulents or plants — they’ll never fade and they don’t need any work beyond the occasional dusting — and then add a fresh arrangement. The effect is lush and beautiful, all with half the work.
Play with Texture
One of the best ways to add visual interest is with a little texture. Think handmade pottery, chunky throws, faux fur throw pillows, woven baskets — anything that makes you want to reach out and touch it.
The Find is Reno’s best-kept secret for stylish furniture and home decor, and you’ll find fab pieces that will put the perfect finishing touches on your home. Come in any Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm and see what you find!