When looking to redo your home interior, not everyone can afford to hire an interior designer to guide your home design at a low cost. Some people would rather make their own decisions with their individual styles. Here are a few things to consider whilst designing your home.
When you have a general idea of your style, the hardest part is choosing a colour scheme. The most common recommendation is choosing three colours or shades, and keeping them consistent when designing the interior. Colour should set the mood of your home, and perhaps inspire others. Browse through other catalogs and inspiration boards—what kind of colours are the most noticeable to you?
One of the key issues homeowners face is the size of furniture in comparison to the space in the room. It’s as simple as measuring the dimensions for the space you want occupied, and drawing a simple floor plan. Some manufacturers can customize and design your orders accordingly made specifically to fit your home designs. As a general rule, try matching the furniture’s scale to the overall size of the room.
A home design software is completely unnecessary if you already have what you need. Sometimes items already in your possession can be the target of admiration and inspire the rest of your interior design. For example, something as simple as a customized desk, or a bold-looking potted plant could be your design staple. Remember that a little can go a long way!
Nowadays, for any modern design, the trend is normally themed around neutral tones (black, white, grey). When trying to match colours gets too complex, grey remains the most neutral (if you don’t know what else to choose). Grey also allows for other objects in the room to stand out, adding more depth into a design scheme.
It may seem simple enough, but adding any type of floral arrangements or any nature-themed objects such as pebbles, vases, or small plants can add the final touch to each room and make it seem as if your home was designed by a professional.