There was a time, not so long ago, when the trend for interiors was matching - everything matching. Thankfully we've left those times behind and now anything goes. But what if you are on the journey from matching to mixing it up? I had to go this route because Mr B&T is just a little bit scared of colour. He's cool with beige, greys and blue (not blues, but blue!) and white is probably his favourite colour of all. There was no way he was going to switch and adopt a full on colour palette. That's where ...
... the statement pieces come in handy. So what is a statement piece?
Your statement piece in a room is the thing that the eye is drawn to first. It stands out, it's got something about it that is a bit quirky or unique in the space it's in. The unique element could be colour, pattern, shape ... whatever it is, it's that something that makes it eyecatching.
Here's how to introduce a statement piece into your home.