Accessories allow you to inject your personality into a room, and can completely change the look and feel of a space without having to start from scratch. The design professionals at Decorating Den Interiors can help you express your personality and style through the use of accessories.
The process begins by choosing a color scheme. This acts as a canvas for the accessories to be placed in, on, and around. From there, your options are limitless when it comes to accessorizing your home, whether that’s with elegantly framed mirrors, sculptures and colorful artwork, decorative pillows and throw rugs, or a combination of these elements. Once you’ve decided on your accessories, our design professionals will show you how to utilize these items perfectly throughout your space.
One accessory that no space can do without is lighting. This accessory is very versatile and can be used for aesthetics, to create ambiance, or simply to provide adequate visibility. Our interior decorators will provide you with a variety of lighting options to choose from, including table lamps, floor lamps, and chandeliers. Once you decide on the fixtures that fit your personality and style, our designers will incorporate them with the other accessories you have chosen, turning your space into an interior design masterpiece.
Instead of purchasing new furniture and searching for the perfect paint color, accessorize your space! Adding a few accessories to a room can change its vibe without all of the extra work. Schedule a complimentary in-home design session with your local Decorating Den professional today to get started on showcasing your personality through accessories.
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About the Decorator
Over the years, Paula has had the opportunity to work with many notable programs and projects, such as the PBS program This Old House Milton Project (Milton, MA), LIFE Magazine’s first “Dream House” outside of Atlanta, GA, and two designs for The Washington Post’s House Calls Designs. Not only does Paula enjoy working on high profile projects like those, but she also thoroughly enjoys working with clients to address their design problems and/or create beautiful spaces to live in.