Are you new to interior design and interior design? Do you want a nicer home or a more personal room? Are you confused about where to start? Well here are five general decorating ideas for beginners.
1- Copy design and decoration ideas. Check magazines, books, TV shows on decoration, websites, as well as your friends houses, sellers of furniture, etc. Store a file with clippings, pictures and other reference material for ideas. See what you can do with your house and try different versions of what you like. Take an idea and try to change it or add it. Choose a favorite topic and play around it, add your own creativity.
2- Check your living space and see if you really want to keep everything. If you feel something is totally worthless, or you don't care if it's there or not, don't hold it. You can give it to someone else, sell it online or throw it away. Remember that you do not have to keep everything forever.
3 – Answer some questions and understand your design style and how your interior should be. Define your basics. What do you really like? Pastel or neon colors? Rainbow colors or natural tones? Hot colors or cool colors? Curved patterns or modern, straight patterns? Nostalgia or futuristic styles? Do you like certain themes or just want to keep in the middle? When you find answers to questions like these, you come up with even more interesting ideas.
4- Accessorize. Once you've got the furniture and furniture right, you should start adding some accessories. You can find lots of artwork or decor items in stores, flea markets and online. You may want to hang a painting on your wall, or use some of your home-made crafts. Use things you really love. If you use them correctly you will even love them more!
5- Take pictures. It may sound strange at first, but why not take a picture of the rooms you have prepared and look at them again. Show them to friends you trust, and design experts, if possible. People will give you new ideas and interesting advice. You can even publish your pictures online and ask your friends for their advice.