Sep 9, 2014
10 ways to achieve maximalist style in your home
Wall muralSource: Anthropologie Credits: Style at Home
Get all the maximalist punch of an oversized-print wallpaper design with none of the commitment by hanging a digitally printed three-panel wall mural like this one by Kristjana S. Williams. Lear Gaukur wall mural, Anthropologie, $298 USD.
Dining table and pendantsSource: CB2 Credits: Style at Home
A dramatic stone-look cantilever table and a pair of oak-veneer pendant lights that are meant to evoke slices of citrus fruit conspire to make for a maximalist dining room, helped along with unexpected layers like a fluffy carpet and lambskin throw. Fuze table, CB2, $1,199; Peel pendant, $229.
Decorating with scuptural objetsSource: Williams-Sonoma Home Credits: Style at Home
One way to add maximalist style is to deeply layer a tablescape with a selection of frames, statuettes and mirrors, like this one. The simple black vase on the left holds oversized fresh-cut leaves and anchors the bold look of the unique objects on display. Pom vase, Williams-Sonoma Home, $372.