5 Ways to Add Texture to Your Home

by Robin Sylvester 08/22/2021

Texture is an often misunderstood and underutilized designed tool in the home. When remodeling, most of us think of patterns, colors and size, forgetting to fold in characteristics of each surface. When texture is added to the previous design elements, it can add warmth and depth to your home with minimal effort.

Let’s explore some of the easiest ways to add texture into a home.

#1: Add a Rug

Adding a stunning rug adds a layer of texture and character to the space. A high pile can offer a plush, soft grass appeal to it. You can also get some added texture if you add a rug with fringe or tassels. The addition of a rug can change the whole feeling of a room from an open, stark area to an inviting, warm sanctuary.

#2: Invest in Natural Materials

Plants offer pops of color and organic shapes to your living space. They also help to enhance the quality of the air in your home. However, you can add texture and natural elements outside of house plants and other greenery. Consider natural fibers like linen pillows or a wall hanging made of bamboo or cotton macrame.

#3: Add in Some Hard Elements

Stone and timber add interesting and smoothed elements to any home with ease. Incorporating stone into the home could be as easy as adding a stone accent table or countertop decorum. You can also add timber to the interior by introducing a bench by a window or entryway. The key here is to bring in strong, natural elements.

#4: Choose Flowing Curtains

Choose materials that are interesting or meaningful to you. One of the best ways to add a softness to a room is with flowing, sheer curtains. With the windows open, they can easily create a casual, relaxed appeal in the space. Thicker curtains can create more of a tailored look.

#5: Textured Walls

There are plenty of other ways to add a beautiful level of texture to your home’s walls. French wash paint is a good option. You may also consider materials like embossed wallpaper or grasscloth. Try to avoid using stucco on the inside of your house since most are designed for outdoor environments.

There are easy, effective ways to add texture to your living space. The more types of texture you add, the more personalized and inviting the space can be. But remember, balance out some of the texture with smooth or blank pieces.

About the Author

Robin Sylvester

With a background of 17+ years in Customer Service, you can rest assured that Robin takes Customer Service very seriously, and will bring you excellent quality service. Robin has well established herself as being someone of high standards and one who displays professionalism at all times. With Robin at your service you will have an agent who is a complete package; Excellent customer service, a savvy negotiator, one who has expanded knowledge of mortgages and knows how to get the best financing that fits you, and one who truly understands the total process of the Real Estate transaction. Robin is a Christian; one who loves the Lord, her family and her job (in that order). So don't delay, insist on Robin to be at your service today!