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Incorporating Texture into Your Storage Systems

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For many busy homeowners, finding interior design inspiration is often time-consuming which can lead to home projects piling up. While incorporating color through a fresh coat of paint might be the easiest and least time-consuming interior design hack, there are many other countless ways to freshen up a boring living space. From bold design concepts and fanciful textiles, consider upping your design game with texture-forward decor when creating your perfect home storage solution. Read on to get inspired! velvet-lined drawer custom closet accessory

Don’t Be Afraid of Fanciful Textiles

Whether you have an Old World aesthetic or a modern one, fanciful textiles add personality and character to your home. Prints and embroideries can use use both color and texture to transform a space. Textiles come in a rich array of styles, including florals and paisleys. Apply the same multi-sensory experience with contrasting colors and textures in your closet or home storage system. Consider velvet-lined drawer inserts for a luxurious feel. Or, mix glossy and matte finishes using a variety of lighting, hardware, and cabinet options. 

Add Rustic Touches

Pallets, typically used to transport heavy goods, have become popular to create everything from picture frames, wall hangings, and coffee tables. The rustic, weathered, and distressed look that pallets provide can add a unique textural element to a room. Take inspiration from this type of texture when considering the material and colors you select for your custom wall units and cabinets. For a rustic look, choose a solid wood option in a color that accentuates the graining. You’ll have a new functioning cabinet that is bold, beautiful, and unique to your needs.

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Fabulous Fabrics

There are endless things you can do with fabric to transform your home. Add texture to a room by re-upholstering a bed or table. For a simple take, add fun accent pillows with beading or other textures and colors. Fun and simple wall art can even be create with scrap fabric from a hobby store or from clothes you were going to donate. When it comes to your storage systems like wall beds with sofas, choose from many different fabric options and colors. 

Get Design Help

If you’re considering texture-forward decor for your home, contact your local Closet & Storage Concepts expert today for a free, in-home consultation. We’d love to help you take the hassle out of getting organized. Our team will be here to help you through every step of the process. 

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