Here are some guideline pointers – decide which you feel most comfortable following. If you’re just starting out, you may want to work with just one paint color on the walls throughout your home. You can always build on that later. Better to take it gradually, than to feel that you’ve overstepped the mark & don’t like it, can’t live with it, & have to redo it.
If it says something about you & holds its own as an item of interest & character – feature it as a center piece, give it pride of place, & then build around it. Arranging Your Furniture. Arranging your furniture in a room to make the room do what you want is key to maximizing the livability & ambience of your room.
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You have your walls painted, you’ve chosen or already have your sofas & armchairs, you’ve worked out your color scheme. Now you’re ready to take the next exciting steps. Against your basic color canvas, you would have already put some thought to the way you would carry your colors through your rooms, your home – either graduations of your key colors, or complementary, or contrasting. Play with colors & fabrics you would like to make a statement with in your home accents & accessories.
It’s a great idea to start with the room you use the most & spend most of your time in. This is usually the Family room or Lounge room. Or it may be another favorite room for you, a study perhaps, or a master bedroom or bathroom.