Philadelphia PenthouseEclectic Home Office, Philadelphia

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Bohemian home office in Philadelphia with white walls, medium hardwood flooring and brown floors. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Alcroft added this to Brilliantly Simple (and Free) Ways to Reboot Your Home21 May 2018

Make a moodboardPlanning a future decorating project can be a pleasing and creative endeavour in its own right – plus it’ll help you to get the elements and their combination right first time when you choose to go ahead with a fresh scheme. Gather images that catch your eye in a Houzz ideabook – perhaps ones with an appealing mood, clever feature or the perfect colour scheme. Then send off for swatches, from fabric and tiles to paint and wallpaper, and pin them to a board to see them all working together. Try to keep each roughly in proportion to the area of the room they’ll occupy.

Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to How to Make a Place Your Own19 July 2017

Start by seeking inspiration everywhereNot sure of your style? Try to tune into your surroundings as much as possible to find inspiration from lots of different sources. Visit design shops, fabric showrooms and art galleries, or pull ideas from books, on holiday, or the countryside. Over time, you’ll start to hone your eye for colour and proportion, and approach your decorating projects with confidence and a tangible knowledge of what you love.

Kate Burt added this to Budget Decorator: 15 Ways To Make Your Home Look More Expensive26 October 2015

Cluster your cushionsOkay, we know that this is the oldest, easiest trick in the book – but plumped-up cushions arranged en masse really do add style and attitude without involving tons of cash. Even if your cushions are a mismatched bunch, they still look good clustered up if you do it with confidence.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

CATALINA PERKINS added this to Ideas Id9 June 2021

Pattern. The patterns shown are all over but they work together the give an aesthetic look.

Mickella Dean added this to Mickella Dean Block 1 Idea Book5 May 2021

Pattern: this pattern creates visual interest in this space

Damaria Jackson added this to DAMARIA's Ideas4 May 2021

This room is a scale with Easter color which is sort of right and warm welcoming

TURNER FAIRCHILD added this to Look Book Project3 May 2021

Scale: the size of the drawings and pictures on the board are all smaller and overlap but there are many of them which allows them to stand out and look well together. If there were less of them there would be too much open space which would not look good in this exciting space.

Lillian Mattson added this to Lillian’s Look Book3 May 2021

The pillows and pictures on the wall are examples of pattern. They create interest for the eye when someone enters a room.

Hailey Parks added this to Hailey Parks Block 3 Idea Board3 May 2021

Patterns perk up neutral elements, working together to create a balanced space.

Ariana Hansen added this to Ariana Hansen’s Block 1 Idea Book3 May 2021

The pillows are an example of pattern. Pattern creates visual interest in a space.

Jayna Pittman added this to Jayna Pittman Block 1 Idea book3 May 2021

Pattern: This space is filled with pattern with the patterned pillows and even the rug is patterned. Pattern adds personality. It gives the room a more decorative feel.

Elijah Gant added this to scale20 April 2021

The pillows shows scale because they are the same thing but some are bigger

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