Décor Tip Tuesday- Mixing Textures

Posted by Michelle Kern on

 My passion here at The Vintage Twine is to help my customers make their house a home, with décor finds they love. I enjoy being able to teach everyone how to decorate spaces on their own with tips and tricks that can be used year-round. With that I am proud to announce the start of Tip Tuesday. Each Tuesday, I will post a décor tip or trick that you can utilize in your own space. If you love the tip, please let us know by liking, commenting, or sharing the post (or doing all three). If you have any questions, please email us at thevintagetwine@gmail.com or message us on Facebook The Vintage Twine. I will be more than happy to help you in any way I can! Happy Decorating!

When decorating a space in your home, don’t be afraid to mix different textures together. So often people want to stick with the same types of single texture (wood, greenery, metal, glass, etc) in a room, when they should be mixing textures together to give their space dimension and a cozy feeling. A general rule of thumb I go by is mixing three different textures together in a space. Three is an odd number and we decorate in odd numbers here at The Vintage Twine (which is another tip for another Tuesday) and seems to be the perfect amount of texture for most spaces in a home.
An example is the picture below. There is a even mixing of Metal, Wood, and Greenery. As an accent there is a splash of textile that softens the look.
I hope you enjoyed this decorating tip for Tip Tuesday! Watch for our next tip next week!