By Abigail Ahern
The all-out style has made a comeback, with stunning colour palettes, luxury textiles, patterns, and embellishment. Scandi-style, stripped-bare, and pared-back interiors have no place in maximalism, which is the epitome of passion. Abigail Ahern takes us on a journey through interior design evolution as the pendulum swings away from minimalism and towards our growing desire for self-expression and optimism. Readers will learn how to break the “rules” of interior design, have fun with different eras in a single room, and break the “rules” of interior design. Maximalism allows us to experiment with different colour palettes and styles from any decade or style, evoking strong feelings and creating a captivating environment that we never want to leave.
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