Not all of us have an eye for design and what looks good to you may not look good to others, which is why decorating may seem like a daunting task. However, decorating is also a fun and rewarding thing to do – some may even find it therapeutic and no matter how challenging it is, designing your home is something that you’ll probably experience in your life sooner or later. If you’ve been thinking about decorating or redecorating your home but don’t know where to start, we’ve got you covered! We’ve gathered the best decorating tips from the experts – from colors, furniture to buy, placements and all that you could possibly need to create a beautiful home.

Practical Decorating Tips From The Experts

Read on to know the ten major decorating tips you’ll ever need in styling your home:

 

Choosing a Color Palette

Colors are fundamental in decorating your home; they set the mood as well as the ambiance of any room. So before you spruce up your home, make sure to establish a color scheme for the whole house. “Decorating with color is all about intuition, imagination and some knowledge of color theory” according to color consultant Wendy Rennie.

 

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The Little Things Matter

If you love watching Fixer Upper, you’re probably familiar with Joanna Gaines. Joanna is known for her design prowess and love of details. “Textiles, like rugs and throw blankets and pillows, are the finishing touches that really make a room feel finished, if you’re redecorating, don’t count them out.”

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Use Multifunctional Pieces

Every inch is important. Netflix’s “Stay Here” resident interior decorator Genevieve Gorder knows the significance of multifunctional pieces. “I live and design in New York City and this is all we do-multipurpose everything we own. Negative-space storage is my favorite. By this I mean the places that we usually forget are there, are the perfect places to store items.”

 

Switch Things Up

Property Brothers Drew, and Jonathan Scott taught us when you’re redecorating your home, you don’t have to spend a lot of cash. “It’s easy and affordable to change the style of a room by swapping out different colored accessories. A red vase one day, a yellow teapot the next.”

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It’s Okay to Take Your Time

Liz Silvester, the woman behind Liberty’s magical window display, knows you can’t rush perfection. “The hardest thing for me about decorating is working out how much is too much. But one thing I’ve learnt is to take your time. It’s okay to do a bit at a time and live with it and review it. One thing responds to another.”

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Floor Plan

Floor plan is a drawing to scale, showing a view from above, of the relationships between rooms, spaces, traffic patterns, and other physical features at one level of a structure. This is important with regards to measurements and the overall look of your home. “Here is where measurements come into play! Your floor plan is completely vital to decorating and designing a balanced and beautiful room. There are great online programs that let you basically build the room Sims-style, add in its key architectural features, and fill it with hypothetical furniture to get an idea for placements and dimensions that work best.”


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Show Your Personality

Express yourself and show a personal side. “Personalise your space—decorate with what you love, and incorporate mementos and nostalgia and things that create happy memories. It’s okay to create some warm, fuzzy moments.” By showing your personality, it gives the feeling of warmth and love.

 

These are some major decorating tips from the experts you can surely use the next time you’re redecorating a home. What’s your favorite tip? Share them below!

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Dannica
Dannica is a caffeine-dependent life form. She graduated with a degree in Communication and is now working as a freelance content writer. Also, loves dogs (I have 5!).

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