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    How To Add Texture To Your Home

    How To Add Texture To Your Home

    According to you, what elements make up a beautiful interior? The first and foremost things that probably come to your mind include good furniture, attractive accessories, perfect lighting, and the right colors. But there’s an important aspect that most people unknowingly neglect: texture. 

    What does adding texture to a space exactly mean? Sure, you’ve probably heard this phrase multiple times from interior designers, but do you know how to apply it to your home? Putting it simply, adding texture is all about bringing tactile variation and visual interest to a room by juxtaposing items with different textures (matte, shiny, rough, smooth, hard, and soft). It helps make your space more welcoming, interesting, and enjoyable. 

    In this article, I will discuss the best tips and ideas to incorporate and diversify textures into your interior and uplift it in no time!

    Hang Wall Art 

    Among the various ways to add texture to walls, wall art poses a great opportunity for adding texture. If you’re on a budget and don’t want to opt for expensive treatments like wallpapers, this option is for you. 

    Apart from textured canvas art and 3D wall art, illuminated art is another cool option that I personally love. Ever since I hung the “gradient” art piece (available at CleanLino) over the headboard of our guest room’s bed, our family has loved to visit us for a sleepover! 

    Cleanlinos Gradient Art Piece

    Alternatively, you can also embrace the beautiful vibes of this season by giving your interior a textured, autumnal makeover with the “sliced fall” statement piece hanging behind your kitchen island. 

    Clealinos Sliced Fall Statment Piece

    Layer Throw Pillows 

    You’ve probably been layering pillows for as long as you can remember. But have you ever realized that this true-blue design concept is an excellent way to experiment with different patterns and textures? The best part is that they are available in various styles, colors, and materials, so you can always find something that complements the theme of your home and allows you to create a well-thought-out, seamless look.

    Remember, adding patterns to everything in a room can result in an overwhelming space. So, start off with something small yet impactful, like the Veloudo throw pillows. If you have a monochromatic color scheme, try going for brighter shades to add a pop of color. 

    Clealinos Veluodo Pillows 

    If you’re a fan of tassels, you can opt for the Gypsy pillowcases. Their textured and tufted cotton will bring in a cozy feeling and create a comfy, eye-catchy nook in your living room. 

    Cleanlinos Gypsy Pillowcases

    Add Textured Home Accessories

    Vases, sculptures, ornaments, and other 3D home accessories are meant to add texture to your space. Consider a strategic arrangement of varying textures to enhance visual attraction. 

    I’ve paired the Genie vase with the Cervidae figurines to adorn my floating shelves. The black-and-white contrast has made a beautiful focal point in my bedroom. 

    Cleanlinos Genie Vases And Cervidae Figurines

    Try adding the Cortaderia pampas grass bouquet if you want to introduce an elegant and modern look through soft, fluffy textures. The neutral colors will complement your serene interior and will help bring the outdoors inside! 

    Cleanlinos Cortaderia Pampas Grass

    Roll Out A Few Rugs And Floor Mats  

    Beautifying and adding texture to your flooring is equally important for creating a comfortable environment and upgrading decor. If you’ve completed decorating your space, but it still feels incomplete, try rolling out a rug or floor mat for a transformative take. 

    From irregularly shaped rugs to faux animal skin floor mats, there are tons of options out there. I’ve recently bought an Illusion floor mat to create an adventurous and interesting effect for visitors, and I’d suggest you try it too! 

    Clealinos Illusion Floor Mat

    Choose Furniture Carefully 

    Incorporating texture through furniture is an incredible idea. It’s like getting a two-in-one package — functionality and aesthetics together! 

    I’ve paired a leather sofa with a Zorora armchair (made from a rattan armrest and velvet upholstery) in my living room. For extra visual appeal, I’ve also placed a steel- and marble-textured Muze coffee table made of a gold frame. This lovely upgradation has forced everyone at home to find excuses for spending time in the living room! 

    Cleanlinos Zorora Armchair

    If you’re looking to spruce up your vanity, you can add the Pleko chair for a luxurious and modern touch, or you can go for the Volvos chair for a simpler yet classic vibe. 

    Cleanlinos Pleko Chair

    Install Savvy Lighting 

    Lighting might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to adding texture. However, if you hang different kinds of each light at different heights, for example, pendant lights, table lamps, floor lamps, etc, you can invite an alluring dimension to your space! 

    Transform Your Living Space! 

    We hope this blog convinced you about the importance of texture in interior design. 

    Now that you’ve been familiarized with how to add texture to your house, go on and pick the option you like, start decorating, and create a curated, dynamic, and layered look! After all, a space without texture is like a dish without salt; unfinished, uninviting, flat, and boring. 

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