By Reena Fausto. interior. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 00:49:09 AM.
Step back from your space and try to look at it as an outsider. Think like an interior designer and ask yourself if you accomplished what you set out to do. Sometimes taking pictures helps in this last step. allowing you to truly see the space from a different perspective.Is your space functional? Stylish? Reflective of both your personality and your needs? Did you follow the guidelines of interior design.
Don't buy it until you're sure that it works in your newly designed space. but document the feeling that you got from it. The little details can inspire an outstanding room.Keep the scale of the room in mind.Even though you might love the coziness of an overstuffed sofa. you'll need to choose a more scale-appropriate piece if you live in a compact urban condo. Likewise. a small piece of art could be lost in a grandiose dining room.
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.
henever we talk about a remodeling project. we usually ask you to consider budget first and foremost. This time. it's not only important to consider how much you'll want to spend. but also when you'll be ready to shoulder the costs.If you choose to design the space on your own. you can decide what you can do vs. what you'll hire someone to do. You can even put the room together piece by piece if you don't have a large. lump-sum of cash available.
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