Tac­tile el­e­ments

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - FRONT PAGE -

Tex­tures and soft el­e­ments are what make a room phys­i­cally invit­ing. The din­ing chairs in our fea­ture space, for in­stance, ap­pear to be com­fort­able and at­trac­tive. As well, the soft, floor length draperies are rem­i­nis­cent of a warm blan­ket. The area rug of­fers warmth and soft­ness for the feet. If you re­moved th­ese el­e­ments and put in wooden din­ing chairs the room might feel cold and un­invit­ing. One cer­tainly would not want to linger over a long meal in th­ese con­di­tions. Treat your­self to sooth­ing el­e­ments that make you want to stay in a room and be en­veloped by com­fort. If your dé­cor is lack­ing in per­son­al­ity, add the traits you’d want to see in a friend or fam­ily mem­ber. Com­fort­ing, stylish, spon­ta­neous, care­free, fun, cur­rent, friendly, colour­ful and invit­ing.

BEN­JAMIN MOORE PAINTS

Tex­tures and soft el­e­ments can help make a room more invit­ing and com­fort­able.

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