Whether it’s how to add pops of color to a space, how to arrange furniture for the best flow, or how to pull a room together in a cohesive way, I’ve heard many of the same questions by people seeking decorating and design advice. I don’t follow a rule book and honestly there aren’t any specific guidelines that interior designers adhere to when it comes to decorating or designing. We go by basic principles learned through school, professional and life experience, and even our mistakes. These principles work for us to ensure an amazing result every time. So, here are 20 decorating tips that I hope you find helpful and educational where you can implement some or all of them in your design project!
It’s a new year and 2016 promises to be an amazing year full of joy, beauty, personal growth, and of course, home improvement!
Is your artwork still sitting on the floor and you never had the time to put it up or didn’t know how to arrange it? Did you plan to paint your walls a fun color but never got around to it? Were you wanting to make your home more comfortable and organized? Before you do all that, you have to first get rid of clutter and this is definitely the year to do it.
Don’t have the time? No problem. You can declutter every room in your home in 15 minutes. That’s right! You can read more here.
So get started. Revamp your home, office, or business by letting go of the old in order to bring in and allow the new!
Here are a few easy tips for getting rid of clutter so you can make your home and life your absolute best this year!
Visualize your room
Take a few minutes to look at your room and think about what it will look like if was organized and clutter free. Write down how your room would look like and feel like. I bet it feels liberating and amazing!
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