Decorating a home is a big project, and one that shouldn’t be undertaken lightly. Whether you are moving into a new home you have just purchased, continuing a decade-long remodel, or just breaking into a remodel project for the first time in decades of home ownership, decorating your home takes careful planning.
First, consider the space(s) you are hoping to re-decorate. How do you intend to use these spaces? If you are working with a sitting room, you need to think about will it be for daytime or evening use? Daytime use, for example, benefits from brighter colors, like light yellows and blues. Evening use, however, can be very pleasant when accented by darker shades of scarlet and brown. When you are working in the kitchen, most people prefer a crisp white color, but it’s definitely worth considering how much use your kitchen space gets and whether or not that nice crisp white color will just mean you are constantly scrubbing areas around the stove and sink- instead, it could be preferable to go with a slightly off-white, or even a darker color like black.
Secondly, take into account the natural light each space receives. Of course, you’ll also want to incorporate the light fixtures you’ve selected, but natural light definitely impacts the way a space is perceived.
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When you are working on a home decoration project, it’s important to consider all of the angles. Take into account your goals, the space you will be working with, and potential resources. By looking critically at what you are working with, you can make the best use of both your time and financial resources.