I am reading a decorating book by Meghan Carter. I learned a lot from her. Her whole decorating process revolves around selecting a muse. I just can't wrap my mind around that. Have you used a muse?
If I use a muse I am going to use the building below. I think it is strong, glam, sleek, shiny, smooth, geometric, muted, and sophisticated. Do I understand the concept of using a muse? Do I need a muse?
What I like about a muse is that it will help me focus instead of pulling items into my room that doesn't fit the vision in my minds eye. I know what I want. The issue I can see is picking individual items that don't fit the overall vision and will hurt the flow.
My fireplace is rustic and staying. My furniture is comfortable but somewhat modern leaning and also staying. I think I can pick it up from there.
My other idea is to really pick apart a room that I love. I can really look at the patterns, textures, accessories, color variance (or lack thereof) to help me design my room instead of a muse.
What are your thoughts? What did you do?
This post was edited by Faux68 on Tue, Mar 26, 13 at 13:42