Less is more: a design philosophy fit for elegant wood blinds

Dec 21 2010

Less is more: a design philosophy fit for elegant wood blinds
Less is more: a design philosophy fit for elegant wood blinds
When The Kansas City Star asked interior designer Katy Sullivan whether she had a design philosophy, she explained that it was simple - less is more. Instead of buying an excessive number of items to fill up space, she suggests that homeowners should put more thought into fewer items.

"Every square inch of your home needs to be used for creative solutions, such as storage," she told the news provider.

Sullivan's condo is largely neutral-colored, with bursts of color from unique artwork and other pieces. Her favorite part of the 900-square-foot condo is the foyer, where cocoa brown walls with white trim greet visitors.

She also had a tip for those who may be stuck when it comes to picking paint colors.

"Look in your closet at the [color of] clothes you wear... Those should be in your home. The walls are your clothes, the pillows are your shoes and the art is your jacket," she told the news source.

The understated elegance of wood blinds can be a beautiful complement to any space that is designed to be economic and subtle in delivery. These window treatments can add a distinctive and traditional look to any window.
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