We Talked on the previous article post about some tips to how to decorate your home without faults. Here we go on to complete these hints to help you in your decorating job.
Of course not all blues is blue and not all whites are the same white. So look beyond your main color to see if it's hue is light or dark, crisp or dull. Choose coordinating colors with the same intensity.
- Never Forget Color tones
Never "make" things unmatched. I mean if you have a red print sofa, it doesn't mean that it will coordinate with any red stripe draperies. Choose your color family, identify the major pieces, decide what you have that will have a place in the room, and then recover, repaint, and coordinate all the elements. Find another place for or get rid of anything that doesn't fit your plan.
- Never Force a Color Scheme.
Sure not every room has a focal point, but if your room does, make it important. Arrange your room elements around this important element.
- Never Ignore the Focal Point of Your Room
Never arrange your room chairs, sofa, and tables all around the room unless you have no space. Make furniture in groupings for conversations and pull pieces into the center of the room for a warmer feeling of comfort.
- Never Let Your Furniture stuck the Walls.
Beware to put a chair in front of a door or a table in an obvious traffic area. Make your room furnishing for easy access and movement within the room.
- Never Build Barriers
Never to buy a piece of furniture because of it's pretty cover or fun color. The right is; first, see if it's well made, has interesting details or classic lines. If it does, you can always recover the upholstery in a fabric you choose or refinish the frame.
- Never Settle for Cheap.
Beware to break your budget on pieces that are goes to trendy. Trends come and go. You'll want to spend your precious resources on pieces that will last for a while. If you are attracted to crystal studded or fur-covered furniture, experiment with a less expensive crystal embellished lampshade or faux fur throw.
- Never Invest in Trends.
If you inherit or end up with a lot of pieces that don't match, find a way to tie them together in your decorating scheme. Paint odd wooden furniture frames to match or recover pillows and upholstery with coordinating fabrics.
- Never Keep Mismatched Furniture.
If a piece doesn't serve some function and won't last for years, put your money back in your wallet. Save your funds for the necessities unless you just can't resist.
- Never Be Extravagant on Useless Pieces.
Don't feel obligated to keep a piece you've inherited. If it doesn't appeal to you or it doesn't fit your space, either fix it or get rid of it. After all, it's your home. They'll understand!
- Never Keep Things Because You Think You Should.
Of course, ugly is in the eye of the beholder. But don't think you can learn to like something if you really don't. Get rid of it!
- Never Allow Ugly Anywhere.
Don't overcrowd your home with collectibles. Make each piece be important. If it isn't or if you don't have room, store them away and change your collection from time to time. You'll be glad when it's time to dust!
- Never display Every Personal Treasure.
Don't just paint the walls and put the furniture around the room. Learn about details that make your decorating style unique. Find interesting lamps, arrange books neatly, add decorative pillows to furniture, and include fragrant candles and flowers.Decorating is fun! If you follow our advice, you'll be able to avoid most of the major decorating mistakes and have a home you love to come home to!
- Never Forget the Details.
sent by arsany sam