11 Ways To Add Texture To Your Home

Last updated on December 1st, 2021

Texture completes a room and has the capacity to take your décor to the next level. But what is texture, really? It is basically how things feel. Think soft carpets, rough wooden tables, or scratchy jute rugs.

Objects that add texture have a certain ‘visual weight’, which is their innate ability to draw the eye towards themselves. Rough textures are believed to make a space feel cozy and grounded while smoother ones make a space appear more sleek and aloof. There are many ways to add texture to a setting. Scroll on, to learn 11 of the most popular ones.

1. Throw Pillows

Throw pillows are an easy way to add texture to a space. Just use different fabrics for each one, like chenille, silk, linen, or velvet, even if you choose to use them in the same color. Even embellishments on the pillows like beads, sequins, and ruffles can help add texture.

2. Woven Baskets


Baskets are a great way to add texture to a room while keeping the look minimal.

3. Rugs

Invest in rugs to give your home a cozy vibe. It’s a good idea to stick to neutral shades and natural, woven materials like jute that lend an organic, woven texture to the setting.

4. Accessories

Accessories are a great way to add texture by bringing different kinds of materials together. Vintage accessories go a step further and add a solid dose of texture with their chipped, weathered, and rustic appeal.

5. Mirrors


Mirrors are great at adding depth, dimension, and interest to a space.

6. Wallpaper

Wallpaper, even if it is low-key can add a substantial textural element to a space.

7. Velvet

Velvet with its soft and cozy texture can bring in a unique texture to a setting. Just add a throw pillow in velvet or even chairs upholstered in velvet and see the transformation they bring.

8. Plants

Plants, which happen to be quite a popular natural décor element, add a unique and subtle organic texture to a room, giving it an earthy feel that instantly makes the space feel like a home.

9. Books

Books aren’t just great for reading, they can be a big textural addition to any setting. You can use them in bookcases, coffee tables, and even style vignettes using them.

10. Light Fixtures

Not many people know that a simple but unique light fixture can act as a great texturizer in a setting. Give your room an instant style upgrade by investing in a modern, quirky light fixture, like the one you see in the picture above.

11. Rattan

Rattan can help bring in a lot of texture to any room that it’s added to. If it’s a sofa or a reading chair you are adding, you can even give it some color by using throw pillows in solid colors.

Hope you enjoyed reading these tips to add texture to your home, as much as we did curating them for you. Do visit us at www.homebliss.in for more ideas to make your home, one that you love.

Happy decorating folks!