It is time to forget everything you thought you knew about decorating a new home. Decorating your new home does not have to take up all of your time, and definitely does not have to break the bank.
Whether you are looking for some classy digs or something minimalist, simple and unique, there are tips and tricks you can implement to fix up your new home.You do not even have to hire the help of an expensive interior decorator. With the smallest additions to your home décor you can make the greatest impact and become your very own decorator. After all, AAMGT.com professionals say, you know yourself and what you like best.
Maybe what you’re looking for is some soft, warm colours to add a degree of cosiness to your home, or you’re looking to include some unique pieces in your home décor, to reflect some of your own personality. Look around for some inspiration and get on the job.
You can maximize any small space by painting the walls in lighter, softer colours. With a small living room, for example, you can use some strategically placed mirrors, soft colours walls, and cleverly placed mirrors to create an illusion of a larger space.
Determine what you don’t like
It is often easier to determine what your home will look like when you can eliminate everything that you definitely do not want as part of your décor. This way, you can narrow down on your list of things that are a possibility. Say for example, you may want to have an acrylic piano as an important feature in the living room. Eliminate these things and let the things left define your tastes.
Consider Low and High Prices
A lot of zeros tacked on a price tag does not necessarily mean that is better than all other pieces. Purchase your art and furniture based on their shapes, how they fit into your design theme, and how comfortable you feel with them. You can get some pretty good buys from unpopular or unknown designers for a lower price. Not everything has to be super expensive to serve its purpose.
At the same time, don’t be afraid to splurge a bit on a piece that really speaks to you.
Work with your space
Before beginning any designing in your home, you must consider and work with the available space. The space you have to work with has an impact on the scale and sized of items you can use in that space. For example, you wouldn’t want furniture that is too large for your small living room and takes up the entire space. Consider the balance of space, and have everything in proportion.
Slip covers are perhaps the least appreciated in the world of interior design. They are easily changed to suit each season, occasion, and a person’s mood. Also, they can be easily removed for washing and clean-ups. Slip covers are perfect for sophisticated decors and rooms, but are also well suited for rooms that kids spend a lot of time in; as children are more likely to spill and dirty things.
Wicker baskets lend elegance and beauty to any room, and are also a clever way to add some storage. Your wicker basket can serve as not just a decorative piece but, a place to store fruits, vegetables and even toys.
Of course, greenery and foliage accessorizes any room, and adds colour, texture and beauty. Greenery is an inexpensive way to accessorize your home. It’s a two way win; while beautifying your home, they are also working to clean household air and absorb pollutants.