Develop your style, your eye, your taste - If you don't think you’re clear just quite yet, or you feel you haven’t developed your own style, your eye, your taste, start going about learning & looking around you.
Remember, you’re developing your own style. Don’t be afraid to mix & match as long as there’s a unifying or integrating theme. Experiment with a mix & match interplay of colors & fabrics. Mix luxurious silks, soft & lush velvets, with more earthy rough textured cottons. Or whatever other fabric & color attracts & resonates with you.
Remodeling a “nasty” old house in my free time. Be prepared to spend more time and money than ever thought possible. I played Bob the Builder as a side gig, …
Make a list of the things you love – if you stick to this list, & you’ve developed a taste for your own style, you can’t go wrong. You can refer to & make that list or review & expand that list further – (go here/text link) -
Mix & match some harmony & some contrast – some upright, some horizontal. Keep some shelf spaces exclusively as center pieces for displaying special loved & meaningful items. Signature items that speak about you & your history. Perhaps a pen, a journal, a picture, or pictures, or your favorite collectibles. The things you love & enjoy to have around you.