Graphs That Will Turn You Into an Interior Decorating Genius







Sometimes, trivial things make the biggest impact. For example: mirrors, paintings, lamps or even plants. Maybe you want to 'soften' your walls, brighten the room, or add warmth. Here are some smart tips and see how these tips can inspire you!


1. Paint a smaller room with a softer and lighter color to make the room feel bigger




The following guest room is a perfect example to maximize the living room with minimal space. A room of this size has a tendency to look cramped. However, some aspects such as large window panes, brightly colored walls and placement of mirrors, not only provide natural sunlight, but also provide an optical illusion to the room, giving a 'relief' effect to the room. Conversely, a darker color will make the room feel smaller. Even a room with natural light and strategic mirror placement make this room darker and narrower than it really is.


2. Use a decorative mirror to add light easily to your living room




As can be seen, the mirror also has a purpose to make a small room bigger. For more spacious rooms or rooms that have limited sunlight, a mirror located opposite the window will immediately add light to the room. Decorative mirrors can also be used to fill empty wall spaces. Big or small mirror can add light and dimension to the room in your home.


3. Mix and match. Mix and match between patterns and textures. Mix and match old and new, expensive items cheaply.




There is no harm in placing family heirlooms next to your modern sofa. All good interior decorators will tell you that decorating your home will reflect who you are, how your personality and style are.


4. Change your pillowcase




Pillowcases are often forgotten in decorating the room, even though this decoration serves as a means to change the look of your furniture. These removable pillow covers allow you to have a beautiful appearance without having to worry about people polluting or spilling your furniture.


5. Wicker basket




Woven baskets are an easy and elegant way to add storage in any room. Baskets can be used to store and display books, architectural and decorating magazines, toys, towels and blankets. Place several small wicker baskets on the table in your kitchen to display and store your fruits and vegetables beautifully.


6. Use items that you already have for decoration




We all have things that we have, maybe packed in a box somewhere and haven't been used yet. Your house needs several accessories. Instead of going to the store, pay close attention to what you already have. Tray, wood, acrylic, metal or silver can be placed on shelves, small tables, bedside tables and coffee tables to provide more texture and dimensions. Put a candle, frame or stack of books on it. Plates can be hung to create beautiful wall art. Art from children's books can be framed and hung in children's rooms or their bathrooms. You will be amazed at what you can do with what you already have!


7. Add a hanging pot to your kitchen




The kitchen has the function of making a home life. We spend a lot of time in it whether it's for preparing food, serving food or entertaining. Hanging pot racks are a useful decoration. Besides looking beautiful, (there are many sizes and styles available) the additional wardrobe space below is now freed up for storing other items. Rarely do people complain that they have too much storage.


8. Go green




Add plants to your home. Add in each room, small or large, a little or a lot. Plants are an inexpensive way to give your room and add color and texture. Not only beautiful plants but many can clean the household air and balance the humidity. They can absorb pollution and remove harmful gases from the air.


9. Paint or give your bookshelf wallpaper




Bright colors will brighten and energize any room! It's amazing how something so simple as a coat of colorful paint can directly energize and transform your space. Perhaps the simplest and cheapest way to change a boring space is to apply a coat of paint in an unexpected place. Bookshelves are an ideal place to start because you don't need to paint large areas.


10. Use carpets to balance hard wood floors




Carpets can provide warmth and can add texture, color, and personality to your home. The wooden floor is beautiful and easy to care for, but the floor is uncomfortable if it is not covered by karept, especially in cold weather. Carpet can add comfort and functionality in every room of your home. Use several different patterns and fabrics at the same time to show your character. Or add some carpet with the same pattern and fabric, or a different texture but the same color.
 

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