Kate of Kate Pearce Vintage sees color and eco-friendly decor as the top most important things that describe her design style. Her vintage-inspired brand focuses on eclectic and sustainable living.
Kate says, “We all know neutral decor is hot right now. That’s cool and all, but I’m just sitting over here trying to figure out where I can add more color.” This colorful home is what vintage boho dreams are made of. Her bright style and bold patterns pair perfectly with all her vintage finds! She used the Cinese Removable, Reusable, and Repositionable Wallpaper from Wallternatives to decorate her moody maximalist dining room.
Kate describes her Maximalist Interior style as, “Maximalist interiors are often not just maximizing decorative items, but are featuring a mix of color, patterns and textures in a way that is visually cohesive. We want to use these design tools to add interest, contrast and depth to our spaces.”
“I love a good neutral room as much as the next person, but sometimes my eyeballs wanna be lit on fire. Perfect is boring and, unlike with minimalism, imperfections are at the heart of a maximalist style. But beyond the obvious differences between a maximalism and a minimalism, these two styles are truly not polar opposites. Like any interior that has a sense of artistry, it all comes down to curating with intention. And that is truly what both maximalism AND minimalism are all about.”
Wallternatives Wallpapers not only look AMAZING in maximalist style rooms, they are also eco-friendly and bio-degradable. They do not contain PVC, phthalates, glycol-ether, or formaldehyde. This revolutionary material (Phototex) is removable, reusable, and repositionable so that you can reduce waste if you chose to redecorate or move!