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Home Interior Decorating

By Edited May 15, 2015 5 7

 

Comfortable family room

 

You want to make plans for a home interior decorating project. First of all, write down your goals and several ideas. Consider many details to work out: the theme or style of the room or area for your project, materials and costs will be a part of this. Realistically consider how you can budget wisely.

Cost

Plan a home interior decorating project that fits your budget. Look at all of the details involved: materials, manpower, accessories and unforeseen costs that seemingly jump out at you, for no apparent reason. Your realistic budget should always be the first and foremost consideration.

 

 

 

 

Theme

 

 

Choose a style or theme for your home interior decorating project. There are so many to choose from and the decision should be made based on your likes and interests. Country decorating provides a sense of warmth and coziness. A modern theme can have a clean, uncluttered look, an alive and yet minimal feel. A classic, eclectic or traditional style can be in vogue for many decades. You will be living with this style for some time, so consider how you want to feel when you come home and spend time in this type of environment.

A country style dining room

 

 

 

 

Plan

After making a final decision about your decorating theme, sketch your plan on paper. Draw a diagram of the area you want to decorate. Consider the size of the room and scale of each piece of furniture and object that will be placed in it. Arrange everything on paper. Sit in a comfortable position with eyes closed after lighting some aromatherapy candles and playing relaxing music. Visualize this space filled with joy, see everything that you wish to decorate with and how it will augment your lifestyle, your goals. Perhaps through deep contemplation you will find there is a different style that is better suited for you at this particular place in time.

A modern Christmas home decor

 

 

Creativity

 

 

Imagination and intuition are two helpful assets in home interior decorating. Tap into your own creative abilities. Begin your project with an open mind, if a different wall color seems right, just go with it. It is progress in the making, let your inner creative spirit guide you, intuitively. Often times it's those off the wall ideas that make a space look astonishing. Remember it's your space, fill it with what you love, what is functional and yet beautiful to you.

 

 

Resources

 

 

You can find many helpful home interior decorating tips in decorating, country, modern life or traditional living magazines. Look at books to inspire ideas, browse the internet, come up with what is perfect for you and your lifestyle needs. Make this a joyous occasion, visualize an abundant and fulfilled future self. This should never be a project filled with stress. Enjoy your home interior decorating accomplishments.

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Comments

Mar 10, 2010 10:49pm
godfather25
I really could use these home interior decorating tips. Beautiful pictures too!
Mar 13, 2010 8:56pm
Sonni57
I am the worst home interior decorator I tape pictures up lol.
Mar 13, 2010 10:19pm
goodselfme
Thank you for sharing your skill in decorating and so aptly composed too.
Mar 15, 2010 4:40am
JHKersey
Excellent information on home interior decorating.
Jun 6, 2010 1:37am
believeinfamily
Excellent article on home decorating. Well done. :)
Oct 2, 2011 10:02am
divaonline
Good planning tips! Something I've done in the past is to take a picture of the room before the decorating, take a picture of the new element (like a wall treatment) then blend the two to see how it will look in your home. It's a great tool for anyone who can't visualize well.
Oct 2, 2011 10:07am
Sullysee
Great tip, thanks diva!
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