In today’s fast pacing world, there are times when a sense of stillness, clarity, peace of mind, body, and soul is pretty hard to achieve. The inner reflects the outer as they say and vice versa. And maybe that’s the reason why we at Speedframe strongly recommend for designing a simple space of your own. Afterall, your home is something where you could find the stillness and peace required to thrive, not just survive.
So, we assume that you’ve just bought a new home and are looking for a quick, little home pick-me-up, or something relevant interior design hacks and tricks around. Not all people are born with a great eye to pull a room together and make it fabulous and functional, all at the same time. And that’s why we consider professionals- they know this all too well. Now even if you do not have much knack for design, a few basic ideas can go a long way. For example- sometimes the smallest addition can work wonders, adding a mirror or a painting or even a plant to your living space.
Down below I would like to shed some spotlight on certain pointers that will get you from blank slate to a beautiful looking space.
The first rule about decorating is that you can break almost all the other rules. It may quite interest you to know that the best interior designers in the world will always recommend that rules are meant to be broken. Instead of following any conventional rule, consider your décor in such a way that it successfully reflects your living style and personality.
Do you crave for a new home interior design? Look around for decor websites can spark a flame of creativity that we never knew we had. I am sure you will get plenty amount of inspiration on the internet, but what matters the most is to find the best of what you’re looking for. And for that, you have to know where to look. Think of Pinterest for starters! After you feel you have gathered enough information, step back and scrutinize them one by one. Choose a style that you crave to create and I am sure you will be surprised!
Over accessorizing each and every corner of your space seems a little passé these days. Well, I am not saying that you should give up your favorite artwork or travel memento- Just keep things that you truly love and lighten the burden on the soul. I mean stuffing your space with such belongings that aren’t even registered in your brain will simply result in creating unnecessary clutter.
Don’t be afraid to try something new. Think of innovative ideas like showcasing your personal possessions to reveal your personality, adventures, and achievements. After all, the things you have is what makes your home uniquely your own home. So make them a vital part of your interiors.
Right from adding large windows, light colored walls, using decorative mirrors can offer a great optical illusion of space, making the room seem larger than it actually is. No kidding! Using darker colors even with the plentiful amount of natural light and the strategic placement of the mirrors will simply result in boxed-in feeling.
Be innovative in your thoughts, think of placing family heirlooms alongside your modern couch. Don’t forget adding your grandfather’s antique Chippendale desk, it tells a story of your past. Although, there is no particular reason why the present and past can’t co-exist beautifully together. The same implies in art, you can definitely place a painting by Salvador Dali on the same wall next to a Monet. By mixing up old, new patterns and textures live spaces can be created.
One of the basic yet crucial mistakes most homeowners make- adding too many small, spindly pieces in one room. Space filled with leggy chairs, tables and more and more small knick-knacks will result in clutter and confuses the eye.
Instead, have a large sofa or one or two slender armchairs with attractive carved legs, a large armoire or cabinet. Mix different furnishing styles to simply make the room more balanced and not bulky or spindly. The same implies with accessories too.
That’s all folks! I hope the post provides some help!
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