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So you’ve finally made up your mind to go for the dream home interior you’ve always wanted. You’ve done your research, you’ve watched countless video tutorials, and you kind of have an idea of how you want things to look like (at least in concept). Your walls are done, flooring’s been installed, and you’ve shopped for the basics, so to speak. Now you’re down to the all-important home furnishing. We’re living in the pandemic era and coming home to a satisfyingly beautiful interior can be a lifesaver. So now, more than ever, it’s crucial that you invest in essential pieces that can really improve your space. Here’s a list of tips that’s sure to help:
High quality furniture can be expensive. There’s no going around that. But think of it this way, you’re paying for something that you’re going to use for a long time. This is where you’ll relax after a very tiring day at work, where you’ll lounge for when you want to go back to reading your favorite book. You can binge watch Netflix while resting on your sofa, and you can have conversations with the family at the dining table. Your furniture choices won’t just be pieces inside your house, they will be an integral part of making good memories inside your home.
Don’t just go for the most eye-popping or jaw-dropping piece you find. You have to consider which lighting fixture best suits your home’s theme and overall interior. If you’re going for a minimalist theme, the Haadee Chandelier might be a good pick for you. The Ghita Floor Lamp is a good complement for white spaces, especially if you have a lounge chair like the Mardi. There are various options to choose from depending on your need and preference. You just need to get started.
Rugs help add definition or separation in spaces like your living room and your dining area. They’re not just there to cover the floor, they elevate your interior by providing texture and layers. If your wallpaper or upholstery contain complex patterns, you can go for a more subtle rug design, whereas, if your furniture and décor are monochromatic, you can add a rug with bolder colors to give more life to your interior.
4. Go for Statement Decorative Items
Some home décor items just stand out. While some of us may think that they are not worth investing in, that’s not really the case. You may not realize it instantly, but the right pieces can make the difference in your space, and in the overall vibe of your home. Unique or signature pieces of vases or objects can make for good Instagrammable posts, if you’re into sharing on social media. If not, you can just come home and appreciate the beauty of your interior.
If you still can’t decide what home furnishing items to get for your space, we can help! Our in-house Interior Designer and Architect offer free consultation. Drop us a message now!