The A-Z of Interior Design - T is for...

 Texture can create striking effects and focal points to add a tactile layer to an interior design.   Use texture on walls to give a space depth, style and character.  Contrast varying textures to achieve the maximum effect.  For example, a smooth, shiny surface beside a heavily textured stone wall.

Even the ceiling brings interest and texture in this contemporary room, coordinating with the glass, fabrics and wood, brought together with a natural palette.

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Consider the texture all through the design process. Think about how different materials feel as well as how they look.

Flooring and carpets offer great opportunities for the designer to add texture and comfort underfoot.


Who can resist the touch of plush fabrics and the comfort of wool throws or cushions?









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