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5 Statement Decor Ideas Every Home Needs

These ideas can greatly improve your home's aesthetic

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Whether you're craving for a design upgrade or you're just tired of playing it safe when it comes to home decor, it's always a good idea to add a wild element to your space. Having a statement piece amps up the style of the room and it gives guests something to talk about. To help you take your decor to the next level, here are some ideas you can try: 

A giant tree

If a few planters can liven up a space, what more can a tall, indoor tree do for your decor? All you need is one low-maintenance, large plant to create a focal point in your living area. Complement it with neutral accessories for a balanced look. 

READ: 5 Giant Trees You Can Grow Indoors

A colorful rug

Area rugs have the power to set the tone in a space. If you want to create an exciting and lively ambiance, make sure to go with bold, brightly colored and borderline pieces that will surely catch anyone's attention.

READ: 4 Ways To Achieve Perfectly Layered Rugs

Accent walls

Nothing more makes a stronger statement than the walls of your home. If you're tired of the usual, solid-colored panels, experiment with patterned wallpaper. Start with an accent wall to test if you like the look and style the space around it as if it were large scale art. 

READ: Building 101: Choosing Your Wallpaper

Different patterns 

If you aren't ready to take the plunge with prints, you can start with something basic like stripes. Aside from doing a monochromatic wall, you can even go as far as matching your panels with your furniture for a streamlined look. 

READ: 7 Ways to Use Stripes at Home

Mismatched chairs

Mixing different styles of furniture is a great way to add character in a room. While there is no exact formula to achieving the style, you can still recreate the look with one simple technique: having a unifying element that will bring the room together.

READ: 4 Ways To Work With Mismatched Chairs

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