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  • Amanda Arcone

Unexpected Accents: The Tiniest Details With The Biggest Impact

Details make the design. From adding the perfect necklace to your cocktail dress to selecting the best accent pieces for your home, the smallest details have the most significant impact.

Know what this means? Creating a new look in your home is as easy as adding one more element that really brings that "wow" factor. Stay tuned because we will show you how it's done...

Unexpected Color + Texture

This space creates a dramatic aura with a modern edge from the textured charcoal walls to the splashes of Greenery (a former Pantone Color of the Year). Hints of rose gold in the pendant light and light wood furniture break up the otherwise black and white palette, taking this cozy home office from boring to delightful.

Takeaway: Add one new color and/or texture to your existing space.

Gilded Glories

Gilded items can be gaudy or tasteful, depending on their placement, size, and purpose. This bathroom is a perfect example of dressing a room with bold finish accents that make it the room's focal point. The gold light fixture overhead coordinates with the faucets and complements the marble walls.

Takeaway: Use functional items as centerpieces instead of adding additional items to your space.

Monochromatic Marvels

This kitchen's neutral palette allows its details to be truly noticed and appreciated. The unique drawer and cabinet pulls, the wood shelving, and the simple tile patterns on the backsplash, make this kitchen anything but boring. Adding elements of copper and glass adds interest and texture without disrupting the monochromatic style. Takeaway: If you crave the calmness of a monochromatic palette, make up for the lack of variety with tasteful patterns and textures.

Making any updates to your home can be overwhelming, which is why I have dedicated my career to helping you make the best decisions for your home and lifestyle. Ask me for help today.

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