The thought of furnishing and decorating your home can often become complex as you try to collate form and function. Generally, people want to build a space that not only looks welcoming but is also convenient.
Here we’ve put together some points to make this process easier for you as create your dream home.
- Assess Your Architecture
The first step is to assess your architecture, deduce what is practically possible, would make efficient use of the space and at the same time look aesthetically appealing. For Eg: Placing an oversized couch in your living room can make the space look smaller.
- Select Your Interior Style
An interior style defines the overall look of your home. Some prefer Contemporary/ Minimalist interiors that are defined by subtle sophistication and showcases space rather than things. Others prefer Rustic styles that are mainly built with natural elements using wood and stone. Industrial, Scandinavian, Transitional and Bohemian are few other interior styles that are the hottest picks among homebuyers these days. Once you narrow down on the interior style, you’ve set the tone for furnishing and can accordingly start searching for products.
Functionality plays an important role while setting up your living space, you don’t just need something that is appealing to the eye but also comfortable. Plan how you are going to use the space and how much time you would essentially spend there and then work towards putting all the pieces together. Blog: Tips on selecting furniture
- Choose High-Quality Furniture
Furniture is an investment, more so a long-term investment and so we advise you to select good quality furniture, as poor-quality furniture can create havoc for future maintenance.
- Ensure Colours Compliment the Overall Theme
Choosing too many different colours and texture variants can seem excessive. Since, the design process is significantly driven by the colour palette and sets the mood for years to come, you can choose calming pastels or experiment with bold and bright colours based on your personal preference.
We hope that these tips come in handy while you plan moving into your new home!