By . Home Decor. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 06:50:17 AM.
Two of the easiest ways to make a big change in your home is updating a few crucial pieces of lighting or a few large pieces of furniture. For example if you want to create a elegant feel to your home as family and guests enter. You can add a crystal chandelier to your entry way. This is a very dramatic way to make an impression with your home lighting.
Tip 5, make sure the color scheme or pattern matches the style of your internal architectural features. Not only should you make sure you like a color, you should also see if it will match the style of architectural features such as the windows and architraves in your home. For example, with the above scenario, a classic patterned rich wallpaper will go well with more ornate character features in the home, rather than ultra plain modern features. The exception to this, is if you use a modern 'version' of a classic pattern which will suit modern decor.
Correct lighting makes the difference between a hospital room and a therapist office, so being armed with plenty of good home decor ideas does absolutely nothing if you haven't considered the all important aspect of lighting. Of course, there are many ways to go about accenting a room and it all comes down to personal taste, but there are certain combinations that can create a variety of different moods. Having a great grasp on lighting can enable even a novice designer to have complete control over atmosphere and mood.
When it comes to the color palette, you can go any number of ways. Some Asian countries rely heavily on bright, vibrant and bold colors, such as India. However, if your space is aimed to be more traditional with more Chinese or Japanese influences, you'll want to stick with more neutral color palettes. To bring color into the space, you'll use your various home accessories such as the aforementioned medallion or Buddha items. Of course, don't be afraid to mix and match your Asian style with other styles and incorporate color as you see fit. Interior design rules are more of guidelines, so don't be afraid to break them!
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