Make sure that you plan your colors in overview so that they blend, flow & move with ease through your home. Your aim is to develop an overall blueprint, an impression of what you want to achieve, & to have your rooms complement each other.
Whether it’s your exquisite fine glassware or quirky pieces on dining room or kitchen shelving, or stacks of your books & souvenirs in the study or home office, show it off, arrange it with style. It will look great!
Recently completed interior works of a flat at Kottayam, Kerala. Design, production, and installation was carried out by D’LIFE Home Interiors.
Be careful using colors that are too dark, or too strong – you should tread carefully with dark browns, dark reds & dark greens – they can overpower a room & make it seem daunting, uncomfortable, unrelaxing & even claustrophobic.
Avoid following the latest ‘hottest’ trends or fads – It’s best to steer clear of predictions about what’s ‘hot’ or the ‘next big trend’, unless you’re OK with finding yourself in the position of having to change your home decorating every year or 2, or as often as you change your wardrobe.