You can use these focal points around which to build your home decorating ideas & themes. If your room doesn't have a natural focal point, you can easily create one with a dynamic piece of art or a colorful area rug. More on this later.
The best examples of home decorating interiors are often done on a shoestring budget - but the beauty is that you'd never know. You can make a tiny shoe-box sized apartment look good with paint, a few decent pieces of furniture, beautiful decorative cushions & home accents, some personal or puchased art, well chosen proper lighting, gorgeous rugs or matting, & the most important of all – a dose of imagination & elbow grease.
Popsicle sticks can be glued, taped, or even friction-fit together to create all sorts of cool objects and designs. Check out these awesome projects with popsicle …
Home Decorating Using Your Five 'Physical' Senses - It’s designing & decorating your Home using & stimulating your 5 ‘physical’ senses – the sense of sight (pleasing to the eye), touch (tactile), smell (sets a mood & recalls or creates memories), sound (to soothe &/or awaken the soul) & taste (to excite the taste buds).
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.