I’m an interior designer – my easy ‘triangle tip’ makes your home look way more expensive & it’s FREE

STICK to the basics when designing your home.

Interior designer Katie Pellegrino posted a video sharing the easy design trick she uses to make her home look more expensive for free.


Pellegrino said to style your accessories in a triangle shape.

The interior designer said it's "super basic and you can use things you already have."

To make this as easy as possible, she said to use one tall object and one short one.

One tabletop example she showed was with books, a vase, and a perfume bottle.

She first stacked the books on the countertop, then put the vase and the perfume on top to create that triangular shape.

"Just placing them intentionally to create rhythm," she said.

Saving you money while sprucing up your home, her design trick is both "easy and free."

In another example she showed, she used a taller vase with flowers and a smaller, empty vase.

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Again, she stacked a pile of books on the counter, and then placed the larger vase and the smaller vase on top.

The designer's trick can be worked on a larger scale too, as she said the triangular trick works on mantles and sideboards as well.

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Many viewers loved her simple design trick, saying: "so great!" and "I love this!"

"I was doing this without realizing it!"


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