Maximalist DecorJuly 17, 2018 • By Kellie Smith
Less is more?
And other times not.
At times, interiors are literally begging for something radical.
Whether it be an unexpected use of colour or the mix of multiple patterns and textures, maximalist decor is a trend that’s rising.
I’m literally jumping up and down with joy.
Neutrals and playing it safe aren’t my thing and if you agree, you’re my people.
Let’s see these interiors that SCREAM maximalism and what exactly makes them fall into the maximalist decor category…
I liked wallpaper before it was cool.
Graffiti is one of my weaknesses.
Don’t worry if it will match, just worry about it fitting in the space!
Adding a disco ball, may just be the perfect addition that an interior was missing.
Mixing and matching playful patterns are essential for any maximal space.
I’ve never met a colour I didn’t like.
You’re bound to find an animal print in a maximal space.
Maximalism doesn’t always mean bright colours, black and dark shades can make an equally loud impression.
Collections of collections…they just work as maximal decor.
Large art, small art, crooked art – wall art is a given for maximalists.
Layers upon layers, upon layers. You get the drift.
More is more.
Again with bold wallpaper, it’s gorg.
Busts, they work – especially with shades on.
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As we can see, maximalism can work if it’s designed right.
What are your thoughts on maximalist decor?
Move over minimalism.
Maximalism is here to stay!