Sometimes, the differences of taste between the two genders are a cause of argument between the two. Maybe too many furbelows can be intoxicating for him and too much sad tones and metallic objects can be depressing for her, so we must meet somewhere half way and see what we can do to adjust the differences, in case they are too abrupt.
The most important thing to keep in mind is that the home should make you both feel happy. Yes, there will be compromise, but make sure that you love the decor. Your hubby wants you to be happy at the end of the day, and you want him to be happy—with creative styling you can both feel "at home" at home!
First of all, keeping a clean and simple design will make you and your significant other happy. Everyone wants a space that feels fresh, creates joy, and inspires. Natural light is welcoming, and white paint always makes a space look great.
One trick for introducing feminine furniture is to carefully select a color scheme. Ladylike silhouettes can be painted or upholstered in gray, blue, white, or black to go from being too girlie to just right. The furniture is still beautiful, and your husband will feel better that it's not a pink chair. You can incorporate very chic, glamorous styles but in a neutral color palette. It's stylish but not frilly. The brick wall, leather pouf, and metal accents create the perfect balance.
Mix and match design elements, like chic modern furniture, textured rugs, and floral accents balanced in both dark and light colors. The tulip-base dining table paired with leather and wood chairs are a great example of contrasting designs.
Curated collections are another way to mix both your style and his. Display books, glassware, figurines, electronics, artwork, or whatever else you love. Create a feature wall for your favorites and another for his.
Remember that tolerance is the key to everything; you are not at war, you are simply two complimentary beings.
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