By . Home Decor. Published at Saturday, April 21st, 2018 - 21:41:34 PM.
Your home gives you a chance to show off your personality by how you decorate it. There are a few things you wan to keep in mind to avoid making decisions you will regret. Know what size you have to work with in a room. You do not want to put a huge piece of furniture in a cramped space nor have a smaller piece overwhelmed in a spacious room. This is true of walls as well. Choose one sizable painting over the clutter of a lot of little ones.
Tip 1, ensure that the colors chosen reflect the style of your home. For example, if your preference is to have neutral and classic decor, then colors such as beige, cotton, or stone will suit best. These colors go with both neutral and bold decor. If you like more natured themes, then lavender or soft greens will do well. For more fiery tastes, reds, golds and dusky rose will provide the warmth you're looking for. The best way is to use a website or software that provides color simulations on walls to help you choose a color palette.
Find a decorator with whom you can work with and trust. If you feel confident enough to do your research and want to pull out your creative side, roll up your sleeves and do it yourself by: Taking a decorator class. It may sound odd, but you will actually learn and develop good principles in design. There are many basics that need to be understood in design.
Art glass like globe ornaments and stemware give that versatile, timeless look that people are bound to notice. You can also decorate your house according to the season with the seasonal crystal and enamel pieces. Implement these tips and just love the visible enhancement of your home.
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