Home Interior / June 19, 2018 / Elie Ignace.
Move furniture away from the walls. Lining up furniture along the walls can make the room look smaller and more crowded. Instead, move your furniture towards the center, creating enough space around them for foot traffic and for easy cleaning.
Use furnishings to highlight the focal point. Bear in mind that accessories are meant to bring attention to your room’s focal point and to create balance. As such, the furnishings should be minimal to prevent overcrowding and to prevent the accessories from drowning out the focal point. Do make sure that the furnishings blend with the room’s color scheme and the focal point’s theme and motif.
Uniqueness is one of the most important things in designing. For a designer, it might be the 100th kitchen they are designing but for the owner, it is usually the first and should be one of a kind for him/her. A unique design brings customer satisfaction which is the prime motive of any business. Also, a design should be both aesthetically and holistically beautiful. These days owing to a shortage of space, every corner should be utilized and look beautiful at the same time. So, not just beauty, functionality also matters.
The easiest way by far to decorate is to start with some source of inspiration. A decorative pillow, a favorite scarf and even a magazine photo are good places to begin. Select your inspiration piece wisely, and be sure it makes you feel good when you look at it. It's the basis for selecting your theme, colors, patterns and textures.
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