Texture and color inspire me when I design interiors for clients. The creative possibilities are endless. Here are a few examples.
Wool rugs from Lee Jofa are colorful and loaded with texture. Can be used to complement interiors in dining rooms, living rooms, hallways and bedrooms.
The graceful, hammered iron legs contrast beautifully with the glass top in this cocktail table by Kolkka.
The imaginative play of textures creates loads of drama for this interior. The smooth wood of this contemporary console contrasts nicely with the fuzzy pillows on the linen sofa and the rock wall. By Harden
The pattern created by the iron "screens" in this Shoji chandelier is very tactile and evokes the Japenese aethetic. By Corbett.
Porcelain floor tiles have the rich, textural look and feel of natural stone. The square tiles are enhanced by the mosaic border, which adds another dimension of interest. By Pietre Travertine
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Letitia Little is a licensed, award winning interior designer in Minneapolis, MN. Visit www.letitialittle.com for more info