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3 Design Lessons We Learned From Maximalist Homes

When it comes to this decor style, more is the way to go

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When one sees a home that embraces intricate details and patterns upon patterns, most people will say it is over-the top while others would think it's too much to handle. However, for those who love anything big and dramatic, it would look just right. 

With a mantra of "more is more," the maximalist style is definitely not for the faint of heart. It's about seamlessly blending exotic textiles, bright colors, and modern silhouettes without worrying about matching. 

Don't worry, even if you aren't too keen on huge changes, you can still learn a few things from this type of home decor. Check out our list of design ideas that you can try:

Main photos from: ELLE Decoration and Apartment Therapy.  

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