Key tips for decorating your room better

Key tips for decorating your room better

Key tips for decorating your room better

Get a great result even with an experienced touch by following these basic design guidelines for decorating your room better:

  1. Pick the paint that color lasts:-

    There are multiple shades of paint colors with various tints, tones, and shades. Each color looks different from home to home because of the light sources, meaning what looks good in your current home might not in your new one. You should use the color that best complements your upholstery, artwork or rug for decorating your room better.

  1. Give your room some more breathing:-

    Resist overcrowding a room. You do not need to fill up the space with lots of furniture. Spend your budget on fewer but better-quality pieces, and your room will look better than if it’s stuffed to the gills with flea market finds. The high-backed chairs shown here, for example, stand out because they don’t have to fight for attention.

  1. Know how to arrange furniture on a rug:-

    There are basically three ways you can arrange furniture on your rug:

  • All on: The rug is large enough to place all of the furniture legs on top of it. This creates a more luxurious feel. For this, bigger is better. Just be sure to leave at least 12 to 18 inches of floor surface on all four sides of the rug’s borders.
  • All off: If you have a small room, keeping all legs off the rug is a great cost-effective choice. You don’t want to pick too small a rug, though, or it may look insignificant, like an afterthought. The rug should appear as though it could touch the front legs of each of the seating pieces. This approach is best suited when you’re layering a pattern over a larger solid or textured rug.
  • Front on: Put just the front feet of all your seating pieces on the rug to tie the arrangement together visually and create a well-defined space while lending a feeling of openness.
  1. Create a focal point:-

    There are leading roles and supporting cast members in any production. The same holds true in design. Choose your star and make it the focal point to anchor a room. Allow other items to take a secondary role. Don’t ask everything to have a leading role; it will just result in visual noise. Your focal point might be a dramatic hood in the kitchen, a mantel and art piece in the living room or a headboard in the bedroom. Whatever it is, choose something that will draw attention. In this room the fireplace and the lighting work together as a collective focal point, bringing your eye right to the center of the composition and anchoring it there.

  1. Vary the scale:-

    What looks good in the store may look like an elephant in the room when you bring it home. Or it’s too tiny to be of any significance. So always vary scale and proportion. The oversize sunburst mirror frame fills up the wall space nicely here, while the sand dollars make an interesting grouping below. They would be much too insignificant individually. Threes and fives make for more pleasing arrangements than even numbers.

  1. Add layers of lighting:-

    In this kitchen seating area, the backsplash is lit, the artwork is highlighted and the cabinet interiors are filled with light. One central lighting fixture would not have had nearly the same dramatic result. Professionals build layers of lighting to create interest, intrigue and variety. In a room where everything is lit evenly, nothing stands out. Pick a focal point and perhaps a secondary focal point and highlight those. Add general ambient lighting and some lower lighting, like table lamps, for interest. Lighting always plays an important role in setting the mood of your room. If you think your room looks plain, pick a focal point that you want to highlight and add different types of lighting effects. It will definitely add an interesting look to your room.

  1. Ignore all principles in favor of creativity:-

    Having some guidelines gives people a good starting point for furnishing and decorating their home, even if some of them aren’t practical for a particular space. Go with something personal that makes you smile and, above all, is comfortable. Overly designed rooms don’t really translate in modern life. A pillow collection and an art arrangement that are seemingly haphazard, as shown here, create a dressed-down look with plenty of style.

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