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Create a dramatic interior space that will boost your visual excitement. Whether it's a bedroom, living area or dining space, you can make a lasting impression with eye-catching design elements. Particular colors, textures, fabrics and lighting work collectively to generate the stupendous wow factor you desire. Pull your dramatic room together with a little brash and bold decor that suits your personal preferences and decorating style.

Combine highly saturated colors and patterns on your walls to introduce drama into a room. For example, if you love turquoise blue and citrus orange, paint a striped pattern using turquoise, orange and white to fashion a stunning accent wall. Next, paint the remaining walls in turquoise blue and the trim and baseboards in pristine white. Contrasting neutral hues also stir up visual drama. Add striking contrast against moody black walls by affixing pristine white panels to the lower third. Top the panels with white trim to give them a finished appearance. Add an oversize wall mural, such as a white silhouette of a tree, flower or skyscraper skyline, for intense graphic interest. Textured wallpaper, faux painting techniques and metallic paint offer alternative options for adding drama to ordinary walls.

Floor-length draperies in a silky black fabric offer intense drama against creamy caramel or bright white walls. If you prefer window shades, install streamlined black Roman shades dotted with a perky pattern in lieu of the draperies and you'll still enjoy a boost of high-level drama. Nothing shouts "drama" more then spectacular lighting. Hang an over-the-top glitzy chandelier from the ceiling to instantly draw your eyes upward toward the impressive light fixture. Or, suspend a large-scale pendant light in an entryway or over a dining room table to make a very bold design statement. Situate a small, adjustable can light at the base of a potted tree to cast the plant's dramatic shadows onto the ceiling.

An exquisite furniture piece can steal the decorating show in any room. For example, a lipstick-red leather sofa with shiny silver legs is a sure showstopper against gray walls. Armchairs covered in an exotic animal print, such as zebra stripes or leopard or giraffe spots, takes you on the wild side with a little safari drama. A mirror-covered chest, fabulous antique dresser or hand-painted Asian armoire injects a surprise design element into a ho-hum space to create a bit of decorating drama.

A single accessory possesses the decorating power to make a dramatic visual statement that you simply can't ignore. For example, enlarge a favorite photograph to create a black-and-white print on an oversize canvas. The dazzling wall art will speak to you upon entering the room. Wake up a bare corner with an air of sophisticated drama when you situate a large potted fern in the space. Place an extraordinary sculpture atop a pedestal table to produce instant drama at the end of a long hallway. Hang a large mirror across from a picture window to double the dramatic impact of a scenic outdoor view. Throw pillows in eye-popping fabrics and plush area rugs that beg you to step on them provide additional ways to increase the decorating drama in a space.

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Frame cabinet door fronts with picture frame molding. Attach the molding with finishing nails, and countersink the nail heads with a nail set. Stain or paint the molding before attaching it to the front of the cabinet doors if you want to keep cabinets the same color. Paint or stain the doors and molding after installing the new trim if you want a completely new look.

Dress up cabinet doors by gluing on wood motifs carved in substantial relief on the front with flat backs. Apply wood glue to the back of the motifs and hammer in a few well-placed finishing nails to attach them to the cabinets. Countersink the heads of the finishing nails by tapping them in with a nail set. Fill in the small depression with wood filler before painting or staining the motifs and cabinet fronts.

Add hardware or change the existing hardware. Simply changing handles and drawer pulls gives cabinets a new look without applying a drop of paint or stain. Choose from wood, metal, ceramic, plastic or novelty shapes that fit in with the rest of the room's decor. For instance, add whimsical ducks to a child's bathroom cabinet or stylish nickel-plated pulls to a kitchen cabinet.

Bathroom Cabinet

Antiquing bathroom cabinets is a quick update that makes the entire bathroom look different. The antiqued look is a popular one on cabinets both in the kitchen and bathroom. You can also add it to shelves, picture frames and other wood surfaces in the bathroom to create a coordinated look. The antiquing process isn't an exact science. Practicing on a plain board or small wooden item helps you perfect the technique before you try it on the cabinets.


Close corners and long walls in a narrow, rectangular room can be difficult to decorate. If you want to put some air and square back into a stuffy, box-shaped space, follow a few interior design tips using color, strategic furniture placement and transforming accessories. If your room lacks windows or gets limited sun, invest in high-gloss paint for a reflective effect and to make the ceiling and walls feel more expansive.

Implement the use of paint and color to create the illusion of space. Paint the two short ends of the room a darker shade than the longer walls to emphasize depth and mimic squares. You can also paint horizontal stripes on short walls to create width; ideally, the stripes should be a shade darker than the base coat. On the long wall, paint the trim lighter than the walls to push the walls out; on the short walls, paint the trim darker than the base to bring the walls inward.

Place focal points on the long walls to emphasize the width of the room rather than its length. Arrange the furniture in square, circle or angular formations around focal points to offset the rectangular shape of the room. Set up furniture in “zones” for specific purposes; for example, a rectangular dining room/living room combo might have a zone for eating, a zone for entertainment and a zone for quiet conversation or reading.

Select narrow, sleek furniture that leaves a definitive space between the furniture and the floor for an airy, roomy effect. Further the squaring effect by installing bold floor rugs with stripes that flow parallel to the longer walls. If renovations are in your budget, install large square tiles or wide floorboards to counter the rectangular shape of the room.

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