How to Tie an Interior Design Together

Antique diving helmets

When interior decorating, the key to nailing the theme is to have a strong centerpiece to tie the room together. Some focal point to connect everything. Something interesting, but subtle. A real conversation piece.

Here are just a few cool ideas you can use to really hammer the theme.

A Piece of Art. – Having a large piece of art as your centerpiece is a great idea. Not only will it let others know you’re cultured, it will also be a great conversation starter. Good art makes people feel things. Find a piece that really speaks to you, and makes you feel the way you’d like to feel when in your living room.

Diving Helmets. – One of the coolest nautical home decorations you can have when doing a nautical theme is a replica diving helmet. Though they’re a bit expensive, these nautical items recall a nostalgic time of adventure, and mystery. They allowed scientists to first explore the ocean, opening the door to an entirely new world that was previously inaccessible to them. If you have a diving helmet on your mantel, your nautical theme will definitely be knocked out of the park.

A Large Mirror. – A large mirror might not seem like a great centerpiece, but it’s deceptive. You see, interior designers use mirrors to make rooms appear larger, and more grand. Having a large mirror in your living room will make the space feel expanded, and creating a less cramped, claustrophobic feeling. Plus, it’s functional. If you choose a fancier, more grand mirror, you can also use further enhance your interior design’s aesthetics.

These are just a few great ways to really nail your interior design. Be it an awesome piece of art, a diving helmet, a large mirror, or what have you, you need something to really bring the room together. If you have any questions, feel free to share in the comments.