An important principle of decorating is that you should create a space that the observer sees as a whole, rather than disjointed. A great way to tie unlike items together is by finding something they have in common and group them together. You can group things by matching any single element – color, size or texture - and by displaying them together to create a collection. You don't have to match every single element in order for things to look cohesive. Grouping together make a bigger impact and makes more sense than if each item was displayed on its own. This works especially well with small items.
Limit the Colors
Too many colors can detract and make each piece in your room feel like it stands alone. One should repeat the same colors throughout the space to bring items (and the room) together. This is why a colorful mosaic chandelier make a great complement to most decors. Because they come in an endless variety of colors, you are certain to find one that matches your colors.
Choose a unifying pattern
A shape or motif used throughout the space can bring a room together and keep decor from appearing scattered. A colorful mosaic lamp is a wonderful complement to mosaic tiling on the floor, counter top or table. It give textural continuity that enhances the impact of the artistry.
When placing “statement” décor pieces, say it with confidence. Something that is different from the rest of the look of the room, should be placed prominently. While a mosaic chandelier is visually arresting on its own, placing one in the corner of the room directly adjacent to the entry into the room or in the entryway or foyer of a home is a great spot. It will be the first thing someone sees and is a great way to turn something that normally wouldn’t fit or match into the “wow” factor.