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The term interior accessories covers a wide range of objects including paintings, ornaments, lighting and rugs. One of the best rules to follow when buying interior accessories is to keep it minimalist. A good way to start is to take a photograph of the room before adding those small touches that will make the statement of design that you are seeking to achieve. Cluttered walls can look unattractive so keep wall hangings and pictures to a minimum amount and hang them at eye level.
One good way to display accessories is to place them in groups and accentuate the objects by lighting them from behind or by using a spotlight. Home accessories do not always need to be stylish and there are a lot of amusing accessories on the market especially for the kitchen. Plates with pictures of food, clocks that run backwards and amusing rug designs can all make your visitors smile. In the lounge, you can add a touch of individuality with a classic upright phone or a chess set based on TV characters. There is a lot of scope for adding a personal touch to your home by using the right interior accessories.