More or Less

I really do believe that you can have a stylish space on a modest budget by simply mixing up high and low ticket items. Browsing through my April edition of Style at Home this morning, I found a few things that support my thinking…

The 1st picture is from the magazine and the picture below is a picture I snapped at HomeSense on Wednesday (what timing!). Given the description of the pieces in the magazine picture, you know that pulling it all together was a little costly - and, for $600.00 you can pull together a similar look for a less via HomeSense. More good news, given the solid chocolate colour of the sofa from HomeSense if you ever tire of the blue & greens, you can simply swap them out with something new without worrying about the price tag.

Here's another example from my read this morning. Both pictures have a similar modern classic dining table however, the 1st picture mixes in the clear Tobias chairs from Ikea - while the 2nd picture has the classic Eames chairs at a much higher price point no doubt. Both look great!

With a little thought, leg work and perhaps a little luck, you can have a stunning space because style can happen at many price points. Enjoy the weekend everyone!


Meghnakrishnan said…
This blog post on "More or Less" is well written and informative. The author provides a thoughtful insight into the importance of finding balance in decorating and the impact it can have on the overall feel of a room. The examples given are visually appealing and showcase the impact of both minimalism and maximalism in interior design. The tips provided are practical and can be easily incorporated into any decorating project. Overall, this is a great resource for anyone looking to create a harmonious and aesthetically pleasing living space.I also remember the home interiors in chennai also provide a professional service similar to this.

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