Sure you noticed in some houses that hasn't been professionally decorated and even some that have been and you're bound to see at least one of a list of decorating mistakes which here we will try to discuss it. It's an expected and in fact not a big surprise; there are a lot of rules when it comes to interior decorating rules we forget some points that we slip up now and then.
Avoid to use a rug that is too small. All of the furniture are advised to sit on the rug. If this isn't possible, the front legs of larger pieces can be on the rug while the back two legs needn't be. All four legs of smaller pieces should be on the rug. Some designers see Postage stamp-size rugs as one of the most common decorating mistakes.
- Avoid a mistake in rug size:
Avoid to choose the paint color first. Paint is available in thousands of colors and can easily be changed at any time. The wise decision is that you choose your most expensive pieces first then decorate around them.
Avoid a mistake in choosing chandeliers too high:
Avoid to hang chandeliers too high. You want to light up the room, not the ceiling.
- Avoid a mistake in choosing paint color:
Avoid to hang artwork too high. Some people tend to hang art closer to the ceiling than it should be. Artwork should be hung at about eye-level. Obviously this varies from person to person, so use your personal judgment. But it's better to be wrong on the side of lower level rather than higher.
- Avoid a mistake in hanging artwork:
- Avoid a mistake in curtains length:
Avoid to use a short curtain. Curtains and drapes should just near to touch the floor. It's okay if they're longer and they puddle a bit, but they should never be shorter. Curtains that are too short have the same effect as pants that are too short: they make the wall look.
To be continued....
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