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Botanic Living - Six décor Features necessary for a space to hold it together

Updated: Sep 23, 2019

When decorating a room, we always want to make sure we've got the most essential basics covered–from furniture like couches and coffee tables to textiles like rugs and curtains, and smaller elements like plants and candles. But what about that little extra something that makes a room really feel special? The details that set it apart?.


"A Pop of Colour: Plants and Succulents: Layers of Patterns: Artwork: Traditional Lighting: Modern furniture"

Rich Colors and layering of patterns has what defined my creation. It’s a mix of modern influence of what you call elegant with an Indian traditional culture. The Universal trend of pastel tones with an eclectic mix of patterns, time periods, styles, trends and Colour.


The mix of fronds and full leaves around the corners feels fresh and in step with the exuberant paisley pattern on the throw pillows is a real traditional Indian pattern hint with a checkered pastel sofa pattern at play inject an easygoing global touch.


The greenery into decor is about wanting to feel a connection with nature. Decorating with plants, is an offshoot of the Boho midcentury look. Glam love seat in a cream plush velvet upholstery with gold legs features both classy and splendid look.


Cream and Gold are the colors that make a very frequent appearances in decor. A luxurious modern geometric metallic gold prism motif rug is symmetrically arranged in the shadows of painterly inspired washes of indigo blue, golden yellow and aqua green


The modern end table in a golden champagne finish with knotted legs gives this piece an openwork base a traditional style lamp and bunch of plants layered on the sides. The unique items pack a knockout without disrupting the room’s soothing clean-lined aesthetic.