Interior designing is not everyone’s cup of tea, especially those who want the best for their dream homes. Even if the house has been built in the best, spectacular way, right down to the last detail, wrong choices on the buyer’s part can ruin things and botch up the end result.
If you don’t want to make any mistakes, here are a few tips that will save you the trouble of spending your money on the wrong accessories.
- Light colors: If your house has not been painted yet, then here’s an advice: go light. Light colors are known for giving any room, big or small, the illusion of largeness. Irrespective of the size of the house, if you are having guests home, then this will definitely help you entertain them with ease.
- Kitchen lamp: If you know someone in your family who shirks household shores, then this tip is just for you. Get a lamp for the kitchen counter to give the place a more intimate feel. This will keep the person in question from running off. Try an antique lamp for a better effect.
- Dining area-cum-gallery: The living room is the first room that comes into focus when you or your guests enter the house. Create your own dining-area in one part of the room, and put up a painting on the wall next to the area for making the area look inviting for the guests.
These details will help you keep it minimalistic and stylish both at the same time, especially if you are short on cash. With the right materials, you don’t have to worry about money…or your home looking like something that’s popped out of your (or anyone’s) worst nightmares!