Interior / June 24, 2018 / .
To make the most of these suggestions, it is important to play with them ahead of time. Moving large furniture over and over is time consuming and exhausting. It will most likely end with frustration and the perfect placement may never be agreed upon. Avoid this disaster with a sheet of graph paper and some furniture cut outs. On a piece of graph paper, sketch out the shape of a room with a defined scale, for example, every one inch on graph is two feet in the actual space. After the room is outlined, marking all doors, windows, and other points of interest, create models for your furniture pieces from construction paper using the same scale.
Each room in your home has a different purpose and will most likely have a different color scheme. For example, a brilliant orange in the kids playroom is not as appropriate in the spa like master bath. In order to determine what colors should be applied to your living spaces, you must first have a basic knowledge of color.
If you want to make your home look bigger, there is no need to call a contractor. Decorating with mirrors is an easy, beautiful way to make any room feel larger, lighter and more open. Place a large mirror either directly across or diagonal from your window so that it can reflect the light, both natural and artificial, if you are low on windows, and allow the room to look larger.
Ask any interior designer, and they will tell you that one of the easiest ways to beautify a room is to add greenery or florals. An adorable bar cart will look classy on its own, but the vase of eucalyptus really pulls the look together. Fill the empty nooks and crannies in your home with indoor trees, seasonal bouquets or some wallet-friendly greenery to give every room a designers touch.