Everyone has their own likes and dislikes, so the same space that is inhabited by 10 different people can have as just as many distinct looks. No matter what the ideal look is for the dwelling space, with some creativity and hard work, it can be achieved. Approach the project sensibly and have a plan in mind before getting to work so that the end result is attractive and cohesive.
- Create a Layout
The size and shape of the furniture in a room can have a big impact on how the room functions. Oversized furniture in a tiny room may make the area look smaller and create a cramped atmosphere. Partially blocked walkways may discourage guests from entering the area to mingle or engage in activities. Figure out how each room can be configured to get the most use out of each area.
- Pick a Theme
The theme can be as bold as the homeowner desires. However, it is usually a good idea not to mix too many themes together. Make sure all the elements work together, from the paint to the carpeting to the layer shades Somerville. A room that has ultra-modern furniture with hard angles may not look as attractive with a tiki bar set up in the corner.
- Be Bold
Decorating a house can be a great opportunity for the person or people living there to express themselves creatively. If they want to have a living room painted with bright colors and covered with plush carpeting, then they should give it a try without worry about what other people will think. At the end of the day, the only people who need to like it are the ones that live there.
Remember that decorating a house does not have to be done all at once. The décor may change as the homeowner’s taste evolves. Tackling one or two projects a year can be a great way for the homeowner to get the home they desire without breaking the bank or getting burned out.