How to Add Extra Softness to a Room

How to Add Extra Softness to a Room

Decluttering the home and achieving a clean interior appearance is definitely attractive, which is why it’s popular among many people right now. However, going more minimal with décor can leave your home looking cold and hard. Finding the right balance between rigid and forgiving textures as well as between straight and curved lines is ultimately up to the individual. Some people may want more softness, while others may want less. If you’re someone who wants to find out how to add extra softness to a room you feel is too harsh or uninviting, follow this advice.

Utilize Blankets and Pillows

Probably the simplest way to make a room softer is to make use of blankets and pillows to counteract firm furniture. You can make chairs that are hard and blocky more comfortable and visually relaxed by simply placing a cushion and/or draping a small blanket on it. This goes for larger sofas as well. You may not need extra padding with a couch, but throw pillows and blankets can still make it more attractive and level up the coziness factor.

 

Bring in a Rug

Hardwood floors are nice, but they can get icy when temperatures drop and emanate a severe tone when left completely unadorned. A plain, hard floor is fitting for a museum, a school, or a store, but in a home, you usually want to dress it up a bit. Bring in a rug to properly clothe it and soften up the space.

Although it sits flat on the ground, a rug still draws attention and has the potential to transform a room for the better. Use information on common rug styles to help you pick one that will augment the softness exactly how you want it to. A shag rug could be perfect for offsetting other stiff pieces.

Layer the Curtains

If you’re wondering how to add extra softness to a room creatively, layering your curtains may be a good idea. You’ll get more flowing volume by doing so. To go about this without drowning your windows in excess, avoid pairing two powerful curtain styles together. If one set of curtains is brightly colored or heavily patterned, you can pull back with the other pair by getting one that’s thin and neutral-hued. Your definition of soft may alternatively mean that you avoid bolder styles altogether, in which case both curtain sets may be more analogous, since they won’t overpower everything else in the room when put together.

 

 

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Sue Baxter

Susie Young Baxter, CEO, has published PanoramaNOW Magazine for 31 years. Her hobbies are Camping, Boating, Hiking, Nature, Gardening and Outdoor Activities. She is an Artist, Graphic Designer, an Avid Seamstress, Dabbles in Homemade Crafts and Landscaping. Since her Father was a Health Teacher, she also likes homeopathic Health Solutions. Since blogging started over 10 years ago, PanoramaNow has been added to Newsbreak – a national news affiliate.

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Sue Baxter

Susie Young Baxter, CEO, has published PanoramaNOW Magazine for 31 years. Her hobbies are Camping, Boating, Hiking, Nature, Gardening and Outdoor Activities. She is an Artist, Graphic Designer, an Avid Seamstress, Dabbles in Homemade Crafts and Landscaping. Since her Father was a Health Teacher, she also likes homeopathic Health Solutions. Since blogging started over 10 years ago, PanoramaNow has been added to Newsbreak - a national news affiliate.