Category: home design
So here are some important and essential tips which can help you to design your home.
1. When you design your home prioritize the things which are truly important to you. That means keep a precise idea in your mind about home décor ideas. Precision would help you to avoid mistakes and even save money. Designing is a very scary and challenging task. So you have to focus on the main aspects where you need changes in your house.
2. Money and vision are two important factors which are essential while designing your house. You can design your house at a low price and in a given budget if your vision about designs is clear.
3. The next point to be kept in mind when you start designing or decorating your house is to remove the unwanted stuff in your house. Get rid of all unnecessary stuff which is dumped inside your cupboards, wardrobes and cabinets. Overcrowding of unnecessary things can make your house messy, uncomfortable, dirty and untidy.
4. The next step is to clean the rooms and rearrange all the furniture in the house. Here you can take help of your family members also. You can also change the furniture if needed. A proper arrangement of furniture in the house contributes in providing a comfy and well-defined space.
5. Artwork plays a very vital role in designing your house. Use of artworks on walls or in prominent corners of the house would enhance the look of your house. Try to use only few artworks which would quickly draw attention of your guests. Do not overload the walls or the corners of your house only because you have many artworks. Be precise and choose impressive artworks for your house.
6. The next tip relates to your kitchen. Clean your kitchen once in a month so that you can make healthy and tasty food for your family. Cleaning your kitchen platforms, dining table, cabinets, sinks and faucets should be done thoroughly.
7. Talking about colors for the house you have to select them according to the textures of your furniture and artwork. It would be very easy to select colors for your house as many options are available in the markets nowadays. You can get a wide range of options as per your budget. Wall papers are a good option for colors.
Now coming to the last but most important factor which is lighting for the house. The lighting for the house should be very delightful and refreshing. It should make you feel energetic when you enter any of the rooms. Moreover it should not be very deem nor very sharp. An ample amount of light is very necessary if you want to work, play or study in the house. Again the lighting should do justice to the look of the room.
So when you select the fixtures you must be very sure that it would suit your as well as your family requirements. So I would always suggest that before deciding on the designs you surely consult your family members and share your ideas with them. Sharing and consulting will also help you to get new and innovative ideas from them. These are some basic tips which can help you design and decorate your house without creating any confusion while planning. Hope you like this article and it proves helpful for you.
A holistic life is acknowledging the impact of your actions as they lay their imprint on your being, your home and the world, the cosmos. A parody of results that come from your actions, living life holistically in complete fullness and being aware of the impact of your actions.
A holistic home embraces your mind, body, spirit, and space in a oneness. The mind sees how you live and decorate with mindful intention. The physical aspects of decor, furniture and accessories concern the body. The spirit covers the chi or the soul of your home.
Copper and iron are earthing and grounding metals that have used for many years in old world doors and architecture. Yes, they strengthen the wood but are also known to balance the energy of the dwelling by removing the harmful ions and grounding them to earth. The brass cladded doors seen in old Indian Havelis or the iron studded gates, all work on the principle of holistic living, interacting with Mother Earth in a positive way.
The vibration that emanates from old world architecture like the triple veranda arches that lined the courtyards of mansions, handcarved in dark teak wood, anchored by iron nails, the leaves and paisley bringing in the elements of nature, it is imperative to realize the balance of energy. Your home is as beautiful as you and is a channel for refreshing, universal healing energy. The armoires and cabinets made from reclaimed woods with earthy patinas and carved chakras expand your aura and enable us to interact with the energy of the universe, which comes through us in a rainbow of healing vibration. Old world, holistic carvings and natural earthy color tones, the turquoise sideboard and coffee tables bring the energy of the sparkling stream that runs through the woods gathering within it tiny pebbles and plants in its journey.
Keeping your aura at a high vibrational energy, the carved barndoors of Krishna, Ganesha and Buddha are naturally charged with energetic properties. The carvings are so serene and beautiful and bring positive energy to your life. Create and manifest an intention by wishing on positive thoughts or goals of how you want your life to play out and put your energy into them. Accessorize with soft sari curtains, handmade pillows and cotton throws and you will connect with that energy of your house.
A holistically balanced home is absolutely necessary for the body to regenerate. Bring in natural wood furniture like consoles made from old doors that increase peace and positive energy. Decorate with plants to take away stress and anxiety and encourage relaxation and balance. Old woods carry healing energy vibes that have been infused in them since several years. The holistic healing energy of the tribal damchiya, the dancing lights in the mirrors that ward of ill omens and bring in positive vibes, the spirit guides us to live intentionally. Holistic living and decorating with old world elements brings in the healing and powerful vibration of the universe in a world that is beset with troubles.
Interior designer though has a limited space to work with, he still enjoys the luxury of working in three dimensions that are length, width and height. This space can be occupied or left vacant depending upon what are the requirements of the owner and the functionality of the house.
Space can be divided into two groups, one is functional and the other one nonfunctional space. Functional space is space containing things while nonfunctional space is the vacant space which may also include all the space between the two things. Salient balance between the functional and nonfunctional spaces of a house is very necessary. This balance will be subjective of the client’s requirements in the specific area of the house and its vital utility. It is also important to ponder the scale and size of the furniture and objects positioned in the house as this can be used to make the space appear bigger or smaller which will give the anticipated result. Different design styles will provide different uses of space. A simple design will have far more nonfunctional space than complex design.
However how the interior designer uses and balances the space available depends upon the design concepts he visualizes according to the needs of the owner. While designing the house he considers three aspects of interior designing. He shapes every space in the house by using horizontal, vertical and dynamic lines to make the house look perfect and appealing. This brings a harmony in the structural design and furnishing used in the house. Tables and other surface areas generally create horizontal lines in the house. They highlight stability and efficiency in the house. Even use of horizontal lines makes a room appear wider and longer. A focal point can be introduced in a house by using horizontal lines.
Vertical lines on the other hand are generally created by features as windows and doorways. Vertical lines generally create an illusion of a bigger and taller space therefore these lines should be used wisely otherwise the dwellers or the owners may feel uneasy.
Dynamic lines are used in stairs which provide energy and movement to the space. Dynamic lines refer to diagonal, zigzag or curved lines. Dynamic lines create an eye-catching attention to the space. However there should be a balance between the use of dynamic, horizontal and vertical lines to avoid confusion about the space. Too much use of dynamic lines can be confusing and may overpower the horizontal or vertical lines. This is usually done by choosing one central feature line in harmony with the client’s requirements and the desired result they want from the space.
Now coming to the objects in the house, objects are generally anything which have three dimensions. It relates to physical form of things. Things can be described as having geometric or natural form. While placing these objects or things in the house there should be synchronization between the objects placed and the scale of the room.
Too many objects with different shapes can create confusion. Adding objects with similar shapes can create harmony and balance. A space is usually more attractive if the main form is repeated in minor objects throughout the room.
Natural light or artificial light both are crucial elements in the house. Without it all other elements in the house would not be able to shine to their full potential. Lighting a house is not an easy task. It is important to report all the activities that will be undertaken in the space. Whenever an interior designer has to decide on this aspect he has to consult the owner about the activities that will be done in the space.
Lighting can be divided into three categories task lighting, emphasized lighting and mood lighting. Task lighting is generally done in areas where the purpose of the lighting is defined. Emphasized lighting is done in areas where the objects in the space are to be highlighted or given importance. On the other hand mood lighting is done to boost the ambience of a given area or space. Natural lighting should always be given importance. Natural lighting can be used through clever placement of doors, windows and even mirrors. Lighting has the ability to set the mood and atmosphere of a space. A good interior designer knows that the lighting fixtures are a visual treat in themselves.
Color is another extremely important element of interior designing. It has the ability to create mood, harmony and peace in the space. Color can create a perfect appearance in accordance with other objects in the house. The selection of colors for a house should not be underestimated and must be used to full advantage by an expert interior designer. Colors can create memories and stimulate emotions. The colors for rooms must be decided depending on the activities that will occur in that space. Again when you decide on this aspect consider how both the natural and artificial lighting will have an effect on selected color and space across the day and night. Generally with lighter and brighter colors smaller spaces will give illusion of more space. Darker and bold colors can give a powerful dimension to a larger space.
When we thing about interior designing, words like ideas, thoughts, creativity and skills instantaneously comes to our mind. Interior designing essentials comprise of space, line, methods, light, color, texture and pattern. Keeping all the above essentials composed is the key to creating an appealingly attractive interior. In addition to improving the look of a house, getting these essentials to work together in synchronization will also fetch a better functionality.
We, Indians, love opulence and drama in every possible theme. May it be our movies or our novels, we dig for everything grand and larger than life. But when it comes to enjoying a meal with folks, we prefer a soothing ambience with an easy-on-the-eyes setup. A meal is a time when we open our hearts to loved ones, no matter where we are. It serves as a bonding medium for generations to come together and exchange stories and experiences. Why settle for a drab table setting when the conversation is so interesting? So make every meal a wonderful experience by setting up a table. Regardless of what you are serving, let the table decorations add glory to every cuisine. Add drama to the table with little trinkets.
1. Chalk Out a Plan!
Before you take out all your cutlery and serveware, give your table 5 minutes. Observe your dining table and understand how it can act like the epicentre of the meal that you are hosting. Create a mental plan to ensure that every person feels comfortable with it. If you are hosting a soiree, then ensure that you have enough space on the table to place everything you want, without having to move things around at each course.
2. A Subtle Centrepiece
Every table deserves a story! Plan out your table setting around a brilliantly curated centrepiece. Give your table a conversation starter by placing a centrepiece in the middle. If you have a huge dining table, then you can always go for two pieces. For a small-size table, you can go for a longer-than-usual centrepiece to save on surface area. You can play around with flowers, candles, lanterns, mason jars, and much more. For authentic Indian style setup, use tea lights and brass accessories wrapped in colourful strips of cloth. You can also place a long strip of a mirror in place of a table runner and top it with tea lights and wooden animal figurines.
3. Story of Crockery and Cutlery
Placement of cutlery and crockery plays a very important role. This not only nurtures table etiquettes but also helps you in maintaining a clean setup. Cultivate a habit of using separate plates for mains and bread or chapatti to ensure that the bread does not get soggy. Introduce table napkins to the whole setup to eliminate the possibility of accidental spillage. Dress up these napkins with eye-catching holders. You can also tie these napkins with dry bamboo grass or ribbons. When it comes to spoons and forks, always ensure that every plate is partnered with an adequate number. If you are serving Indian cuisines, then you need to place a couple of spoons beside a plate. In case of continental, place a set of forks, spoons and a knife. The type of crockery and cutlery you pick will itself make a big difference to your table setting. You can use authentic copper and brass plates and utensils to give an authentic Indian feel, or you can choose very colourful ceramic plates to give a bohemian personality to your dinner party. When it comes to cutlery and utensils, the choices are endless.
4. Little Shiny Trinkets
To maintain a theme on a table, you can introduce little trinkets. These trinkets should blend in the whole set up but also maintain distinct identities. You can have metal birds holding salt and pepper shakers or a thin stone slab with napkins placed under a glass goldfish.
5. Mismatched Table Settings
Sometimes the beauty is in not trying too hard! You can create a very easy relaxed yet chic table setting by mixing and matching a plethora of colours and design styles. This dash of colour will show your individualism and will also create an easy going, fun mealtime.
6. For those Formal Dinners
Some dinners are very formal, for example, calling your or your spouse’s boss for dinner or having your mother-in-law eat in your new home for the first time. We recommend that you keep the table settings at such times simple, timeless and elegant. For one, it will showcase you as a sophisticated host or hostess who has great taste and also if you keep it simple, you can achieve more without adding even more stress to yourself for this important occasion. We suggest you go with elegant white laze napkins, high-end dishware in classic pastel colours and some simple flowers for the centrepiece.
There are so many benefits of using handmade carpet. For knowing the benefits, you can read my previous articles. In this article, I am going to tell you the perfect and creative ways to use an area rug for enhancing the beauty of a home and making it more attractive.
Layered rug: This is the latest trend of using a handmade area rug in a home. There are so many ways to use this method. Do you want to know that what is a layered rug? Layered rug means to place one carpet on top of another carpet but the thing is the below carpet should be bigger than the upper carpet. For creating the layers you can make the combination of designer carpet with plain carpet or you can also use the different material carpet like wool carpet on jute carpet etc. It will provide extra coziness to your home. This method is suitable for the living area where you can create a focal point.
Small Rug on Staircase: If you have a problem to measure the exact size of your stair then this is the best method to use for the staircase. Take small rugs which have similar design and color combination. If you don’t find it at any store then you can also customize your rug and place these on every step of a stair.
Joint room together: You can use a handmade runner for combining two rooms in a single theme. You should use all carpets in your home in similar color combination otherwise it will not look good. You can also place a beautiful handmade runner at your entryway to living area. So that if anybody enters in your home then you can impress him quickly by your living style.
Wall Hanging: Wall hanging is another way to use a handmade area rug. It is used to decorate your room wall. For the wall hanging you can take a medium size carpet or small carpets. So you can easily add the carpet on the wall.
Decorate floor: Using a handmade area rug on a floor is depends on the way to use handmade carpet. You can place the whole furniture on the carpet or only the front leg on the carpet. If you have already handmade carpets then use it according to the size of carpet. For Example, you can put your furniture on a carpet if you have a large size rug. If you have small carpet then you can place it in front of your bed or between the furniture in your living room. If you have a circular carpet then you can place it in your entryway or for the dining room or coffee table. You can also use a handmade area rug for the prayer room because it is woven in natural fabrics.
Once you get your own home, there is an excitement to get to the decoration and furnishing part done. All you want to do is paint the walls your favourite colours and add trendy popular furniture items. However, there are few basic décor rules you should follow if you want your home décor to flow.
Here are a few decorating mistakes to avoid.
There is nothing wrong with having a passion for modern and strange decorations and furniture items. It is when you are no longer happy with what you have designed that becomes a problem. This could be due to the lack of functionality an item has or the types of colours and themes are outdated.
Choosing the paint colour before getting your furniture could be a mistake. Your furniture is the focal point in your home. The colour should only be chosen once you have found your favourite and most comfortable furniture. Choosing a colour first will limit the styles of furniture to choose from.
Not measuring the size of the room is another mistake. Everything should be proportional in your house to ease the perfectionist in you. Before purchasing an item at a furniture store, measure the space where it will be placed. This will help you choose the correct sized furniture and keep the room spacious.
It is okay to keep the lounge suite the same style but it might be overwhelming to you to see a constant colour or type of wood throughout a single room. There should be contrasting objects that lighten the room and create an elegant and modern aura.
There are some people that have an obsession with collecting strange items. That’s fine as long as you have an allocated space for these collections. Having strange looking furniture like high tables can also be wasting the space you need for dining room tables. Practicality is important when decorating your home.
Avoid cluttering the room. You might love all your indoor plants, vases and figurines but there will be a point when it becomes too much for one room. Decorations should be there to create a beautiful appearance and not fill up as much space as possible.
Using uncomfortable chairs in the dining room simply because they are the latest trend can be a mistake. They might be the new fad and a must-have item but it’s important to test the quality and comfort levels so that you won’t regret the purchase one day.
It is important to match the size of the lounge suite with the proportions of the room. This is where measuring, depth and entryways need to be considered. If the lounge suite is too big it will take up unnecessary space and cause discomfort.
Most people start cringing as the time to begin house painting draws near. Artistic expression and creative liberty take a back seat, all the planned ideas start seeming impractical, and what stays afore is the laborious task at hand.
A single mistake can render futile – or at least take all the charm away. But, a smart man still looks ahead at the final result without dreading any careless mistake along the way, because he has at hand a few tips that help him work around any problems.
So when painting your home, don’t fear what may go wrong. Instead, wait eagerly for when it all turns out alright with these smart tips as your guide:
• Painting directly over oily, dirty, surfaces will prove to be fruitless as the paint will easily peel off. Clean grimy areas with a heavy-duty cleaner before painting to solve this problem.
• Mix a few cans of paint beforehand to maintain a consistent colour throughout the room. Opening a new paint can while in the middle of a wall might leave slightly varying shades of the colour. Mixing the same paints together eliminates the problem.
• Paint the trim before the walls and the ceiling. It’s easier to tape off the trim than it is to tape off the walls. While painting the trim, one doesn’t need to be neat either as the paint that gets onto the walls is covered later.
• A single coat of paint isn’t usually able to hide the underlying colour on the trim. To ensure a smooth finish, one must sand the trim before each coat of paint is applied.
• Avoid lap marks by rolling up to the full height of the wall and keeping a wet edge. Lap marks occur when one paints over a part that has partly dried already. Maintain a wet edge by reloading the roller often.
• Treat wall patches with prime and texture to avoid a blotchy finish. Wall patches absorb the paint and dull the surface. Primer seals the patches and blocks the paint from sinking in.
• For a perfect edge, let the paint dry before cutting the tape loose. Since paint forms a film between the tape and the wall, removing the tape also tears a little dried paint off the wall. To avoid this, slice through the film with a sharp knife when the paint is completely dry.
Over many years as an Interior Designer, what would be 3 major shifts in consumer preferences during that time?
One thing that comes to mind right away is the shift from stain grade cabinets to paint grade cabinets. White kitchens are back! Clients are trending more towards lighter and brighter over the red/orangey tones of the last decade. Flooring has changed quite a bit with more clients opting for LVP (luxury vinyl plank) throughout their house. LVP has come so far, and is now super durable, easy to maintain and looks crazy real. Thirdly, quartz countertops are now becoming the standard. I rarely spec granite anymore. Quartz is so easy to maintain vs granite and the colors and patterns that are available now mimic everything from natural marble to exotic granites.
What are some future ideas and predictions going forward? Any new trends that may be taking place in 2018/19 and beyond?
Natural woods are very popular right now: hand scraped, wide plank barn board flooring as well as overtly distressed furniture pieces. What is also starting to come forward in design is more of a traditional style again. Details on everything and the use of rich jewel tones are hot right now along with warm metal tones (yes brass is back but in an updated way!).
What are some of the challenges to face in helping customers realize their dream renovation?
A lot of clients are afraid to trust their style intuition. They often fight between their heart and their brain over what they want. Often, they are trying to force themselves to change color palettes or styles from their last house and sometimes its way out of their comfort zone. I always tell clients to listen to their gut. Their home is their sanctuary and they need to feel comfortable, relaxed and love being home.
Are there certain types of renovations that tend to bring the greatest value to the selling price of a home?
Kitchens, Ensuites and basement developments are always the spaces people use the most, therefore increase the value of your home. Those rooms are the ones potential home buyers are looking at predominately because they know those are the areas they will spend the most time in.
How does one get ideas or inspiration to help guide them when considering renovation options?
I will often suggest that clients send me photos of homes, rooms, styles, products that they find on home décor sites. Often clients don’t know what their style is, so if they can show me pictures of things they like, then I can usually understand them better. Visiting showhomes is also an excellent way to find inspiration and new ideas.
Redecorating your home is an essential task and a lot of people fret about it because it is also something which requires splurging on a large-scale if you are thinking of a complete makeover.
Colours play a vital role in everyone’s life and no one in the world is skeptical about it or have a conflicting thought. Well, when you want to make a change in your home and want to be playful with colours, it’s important to know the colour psychology as few of them are vivacious and energetic while others may be cool and calm and relaxing.
Here we are going to discuss about the ways you can bring in colours to you life…
1. Give your walls a life
Adding vibrancy in your room is always a great option to bring in a beautiful positive aura into your space. One of the trendy ways of doing it could be focussing on just a single wall and giving it a complete transformation while keeping the rest in simple tones. Just adding a beautiful floral pattern or a cheeky colourful wallpaper to one of the walls in your room can shift the focal point in no time. You can choose either bold and contrasting colour theme or a subtle colour palette depending upon your personal preference.
2. Giving your nook or alcove a desired splash
Why not splash your reading or resting sessions with amazing rainbow colours for a unique and creative look and feel. These places always catch the attention at first sight and you should be careful in choosing the right colour to give them a revamp in style.
3. Make good use of pillows and cushions in your living space
Nothing can come out more appealing than few strategically scattered pillows and cushions on your sofa or a chair. Try opting for a multicoloured floral patterned cushion or a pillow to entice in a vibrancy factor in your living space.
These cushions and pillows will bring in the comforting element while adding to the style quotient as well. Choose the right fabric depending upon the right season like for spring, it is recommended to go for linen or cotton as they allow the fabric to breathe.
4. Bringing in the nature is always a good idea
Natural plants and flowers are the best ways to inculcate the best of the colours into your decor. With spring season on the cards, try opting for seasonal flowers like tulips, daffodils and bluebells; three of the most common flowers to spruce up your indoor area. They will infuse the best of the colours while adding a touch of mother nature into your decor.
5. Add some colours to your floor as well
With the rest of the room being taken care of, it is now time to add some colours to your floor. The market is full of modern and designer rugs available in amazing colours to fill in your space with the best of the colours possible. Not just the colours, you have got an impressive range of designs and patterns which can add an x-factor to your room in no time.
Are you scared of color because you are scared of committing? Color is an effective way to bring personality, and create a focal point in your home’s spaces. Unexpected utilization of colors speaks volumes about your personal style as well as sets your home apart.
Decorating your space, in terms of color, shouldn’t be challenging. Actually, it’s as effortless as 60-30-10. If you look at some of the example rooms in a designer’s portfolio, or in magazines, you’ll confirm this to be true – most rooms are invariably divided in percentages of 60-30-10. So why is this the case? It’s because of the human tendency to view an overall theme in 60% hue, unifying the coloration, followed by 30% that entails visual interest while the remaining 10% adds some little spark.
When handling your home décor, you should divide them into these percentages:
- 10% of an accent color
- 30% of secondary color
- 60% of a dominant color
The following are some of the creative ways to add colors to your home décor:
1. Use Color to Get Emotional
Everyone associates colors with something they represent. For instance, red can represent warmth, yellow; the sun, blue; the sea and air, and green often represents trees. Generally, all these are considered to be emotional responses to color, compared to intellectual responses. Therefore, you can utilize the emotional associations to bring out their greatest effects within a space. You can do so by deciding on the emotional impact you desire in a room. Do you want it to be lively? If yes, then yellows and reds are the ideal choices. Do you desire subdued? If yes, then browns and blues are the best.
It’s really important to note is that the color you settle for ought to reflect the activities performed in its space. For instance, if it’s for rest, such as a family room or a bedroom, you need to settle for darker values of color which relate to restfulness such as browns, blues and greens.
2. Consider Contrast
High contrast spaces appear clearer as well as more defined compared to a space that includes low contrasts. A high contrast space is one that utilizes dark and light values of color in combination with light gold. Low contrast rooms, on the other hand, utilize sage green with saffron yellow. The golden rule is to use high contrast to improve your room’s formality and high contrast colors to introduce soothing qualities.
When paired, white and black are formal in appearance. They’re not like a tuxedo. Combining black and white is less of a color value and more of subtracting or adding light. However, white with beige boasts a low contrast coupled with a feeling of calmness. By combining black and white with gray, you’ll enjoy a low key atmosphere and it also helps to create a restful space.
3. Flow with Color
For you to create a color flow from a single room to another, all you need to do is select a color you use in one room and then restate it differently in an adjoining space. For instance, is your sofa green? You can utilize the same green for seat fabrics in your dining room. Utilize the color in smaller and larger degrees as you move around the home. The same green for the living room sofa, earlier mentioned, also applies to lampshades in your family room. You can also choose to place mats inside the kitchen.
4. Consider Adding Color to Your Furniture Pieces
Bold color choices are not restricted to walls. Therefore, why not jazz up your old furniture piece(s) that you might have fallen out of love with? For instance, you can paint your walls yellow, and then accent your furniture with pops of aqua. Regardless of your locale’s color, it’s possible to select colors that reflect the region you live in. The other painless way to select colors is by opting for seasonal color variations. Fall colors such as browns, russets, and mustard yellows will create a subdued and calm space that’s ideal for resting. On the other hand, spring colors tend to be more uplifting. Saffron yellow, lilac and pinks impart a fresh and naïve look to your room.
5. Consider Adding Some Mother Nature
Green plants, as well as flowering ones, usually add personality, fragrance, color, and great feelings to a living room. For those that lack a green thumb, they should ask a home center, or nursery, for recommendations of plants that need no or little care. If you are far from your home for long, you should settle for the incredible ones available in the market now. Look for great looking flowers, foliage and plants that only require dusting.
6. Have a Color Scheme
Choosing the right color scheme for your room can be challenging. Fortunately, there’s a way to simplify the process. You can do so by utilizing a color wheel, and then narrowing down your selection to two color schemes. Of course, there are more. However, the following are not only effective, but are also excellent places to start:
- Analogous color scheme – Rooms that utilize this color scheme are more muted, restful and casual when it comes to coloration.
- Complementary color scheme – Rooms that employ this color scheme offer a clear separation of colors.
7. Think about Seasonal and Local Colors
By studying past color schemes you’ll surely be able to create a room’s color by incorporating the already accepted color schemes.
When it comes to decorating a home, not everyone has the time and money to conduct a complete makeover. Fortunately, there are plenty of creative ways to pimp your home décor using colors. Employ the above strategies and you’ll certainly be able to transform the look and feel of your home. There’s no doubt about that.