I love to put objects with sentimental value in the decoration and the best way to expose each of them in the décor is to spread them on the shelves and shelves in the house.
Special books, pieces mined on trips, pictures, photos… All of this helps to leave the space with our face! The doubt arises when it comes to combining everything and creating a harmonic environment.
A good way to start thinking about the composition of the pieces is to observe the color palette. Separate by tone the types of pieces you have most at home! Books, for example, can be a great starting point.
Did you find 3 green books? Separate them and already think of other pieces that can match the color. Blue vases, paintings with natural landscapes, rustic boxes … Okay, only then can you fill a whole niche of the bookcase with pieces with a more tropical footprint 😉
It is always good to think first about the pieces that cannot change color. Picture frames and picture frames, for example, are easy to change and can be the last items chosen! Books, vases, boxes and photos cannot be changed.
Another good tip is mix various elements by niches. An entire bookcase with books can weigh in the living room, right? Instead of putting everyone up, like in a library, leave some horizontal with a decorative object on top!
Finally, how about completing the empty spaces with plants? In addition to bringing a little green into the house, the vases and arrangements give more lightness to the decor!