Here are some useful pointers on arranging your furniture for you to follow. Function & Ease - Think of how you & the people who live in your home, or come to visit, use your room & spaces. It’s all about common sense - creating ease of movement, practical & easy function, & heaps of flowing, comfortable & highly user-friendly livable space.
It’s best that you keep your walls subtle. It’s tasteful, understated & classical. These can be creams, pale yellows & greens, pale melon, or other pastels. Be sure you go for an off-white or cream & definitely avoid extreme stark bleached white (unless you want the antiseptic feel of medical rooms or a hospital).
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.