By Jolanda Lytch. interior. Published at Sunday, June 10th, 2018 - 11:19:59 AM.
Plans can certainly change. but start by answering those questions to save yourself a headache down the redesigning road.2. Look at your space with fresh eyes.We often get so comfortable in our space that we don't question whether our decor is arranged in the most aesthetic or functional manner. For example. if you are redesigning your kitchen. think about the things you use most often and where they should be placed.
As you bring the space together. focus on using a variety of throw rugs. seat cushions. blankets and pillows to make it feel as warm and inviting as possible.One thing we don't talk about quite as often is window treatments. With cottage interiors. you want the room to feel as though a refreshing breeze could come through the window at any moment.
Don't be afraid to look at some outside-of-the-box sources to find the best buys. Keep an eye out at local antique stores. thrift shops. yard sales and flea markets. You never know what treasures you'll stumble upon (provided they're in sturdy. functional condition. of course!).Once you bring your finds home. all you need is a few coats of paint to tie them together.
To think like an interior designer. start thinking in odd numbers. There is more visual interest in three pieces on a mantel than in two pieces on that same mantel. This is called the Rule of Three.Symmetry is nice. but to make a space energized. consider sacrificing some of your symmetrical comfort and use odd numbers in your arrangements.
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