Adding Texture to a Space

Adding Texture to a Space

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Adrienne Breaux
Apr 22, 2011

I've been noticing that my space has been feeling a bit…flat lately. I've got lots of colors, but I'm a bit lacking in texture, which is a shame, considering how much interest different types of textures can bring into a room.

The great thing about adding furniture pieces and accessories with texture is that it doesn't take a lot to get the job done. Textures can also be used in just about any type of style to make a big impact. The textures I gathered for this round up are in some way unique, whether by the type of product or type of texture shown.

Top Row:
1) 3-D Wall Tile $350
2) Set of 3 Urchin Bowls $200
3) Nervous System Spiral Lamp $1000
4) Felt Wall Coverings by Anne Kyyrö Quinn
5) Linen and Lace Pillow Cover $53

Bottom Row:
6) Wallflowers set of 3 $90
7) Small Textured Vase $250
8) Hand-crocheted Viva Terra Wool Rug
9) Petal Rug / Wall Hanging
10) Wallter Swoop Wool Bedspread $485 - $520

Do you think about texture when designing a space? Do your spaces have a lot of texture already? Or could you use some more? Let us know!

Images: Anne Kyyrö Quinn via the Contemporist and wallflowers via What Yaya Likes.

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