Ever questioned how to add texture, or something different, a different look or angle to a certain room in your house? Try mixing up sizes. Mix high with low, small with extra large. The different size can add a busy feel to a small space or just add texture to a wide an open space, while still keeping the minimal feel, it that's what you're going for
This small space in a NY apartment would conventionally be kept simple with small prints, but the zebra carpet adds life to the space (as does the painted walls), and the bookshelf maximizes the space of the small wall.
This room perfects this art by mixing high & low. The large and high mirror contrasts the low chairs, and the low ottoman doubles up as a coffee table sub and a convenient foot rest for the higher ottoman.
The tree trunks - used as (three small) coffee tables not only enhance the surroundings/area of this home's location, but also compliment the painting on the wall while also adding an alternatively larger aspect to the room compared to the small print of the painting and minimal color scheme.
The sari silk pillow covers contrast the simple walls and the low seating is enhance by the high sealing.
This big black bold sink not only contrasts against the white but more so the aesthetic texture create by the smaller sized glass items in the cupboards.
This large table and it's simple but large elements compliment the smaller, more intricate prints on the wall.
The vast nature of the ocean and the height of the home is enhance and enjoyed by the smaller and simpler table and chairs.
This home's high ceiling is enhanced as the feature of this room with the low dining table (and chairs) and the much larger - ceiling reaching painting. (note: that they both keep with the designer's minimal and clean theme)
- all images from elledecor.com's info adapted from elledecor.com as well