By Doris RufOn Apr 26, 2018 Furniture
Keep in mind that every piece of furniture you like isn’t necessarily the right fit for your home. Keep function, durability, necessity, and aesthetics in mind when shopping. Of course, the most important thing is that you enjoy your furniture, but balance affinity with objectivity and look at the space, measure your room and furniture pieces, and evaluate what you already have before you throw everything out. By keeping these things in mind, you can easily create a great-looking space that complements your lifestyle.
Is this particular furniture colour a fad or will it last through time? Does it reflect your personality? How does it interact with other objects in the room? Choose a colour that you won’t get tired of easily. It does not mean that you need to only choose neutral or common colours, but you can find a balance between your favourite colours and harmonize them with the whole ambiance.
Even if you include large pieces of furniture in a small room, if they come in simple, neutral and monochromatic color schemes they’ll appear to be lightweight and will better fit in. Use white furniture on white walls to make it disappear into the background.
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