First time moving house and clueless? Read on!
Quick Home Decor Tips and Ideas For First-Time Movers
Okay, so you now have your very own flat. What's next? If you have just moved out of your 'rents' home, chances are you don't have any important appliances. The first thing that may come into your mind is to go to the nearest local store and purchase a bed bag so you can at least sleep the night. Whilst over 50% of first time movers had, indeed, done this, to experts this is a major Don't. If you are clueless about filling your new area, here's a quick and fast home décor tips for first-time movers and renters.
Planning Living Space
Going in for whatever looks great and just cheaply functional may not be exactly the thing that you want to do. No matter how new you are to it, waiting and planning is the wisest thing that a first-time mover and renter can actually act into. And since you will live in your very own space, you might as well listen and act on your very own preferences and home decorating ideas. One of the most important home decor tips we can shell out is that you stay tuned to what you really like than just going for whatever looks beautifully at a magazine spread.
Quick home decor tips...
- Know your style, budget, and the structure of your home
- Create a decor book where you can clip the fabrics, colors, and pictures of furniture and appliance that would fit your overall theme of your space
- Home decorating is all about you and your space. Rome is not built in a day, and so does your room. Plan your time budget. Design your home at your very own pace.
Choosing Color Theme
One of the most common home decorating themes that most homeowners can think about is color. And, for first-time movers and renters, choosing complementing and matching colors is the easiest and convenient way to unify the rest of your home decor tips and ideas.
Whilst it would be fun to perk up any room and just let your creative juices to continue flowing, having a color theme would make it so much easier to find and purchase matching and fitting pieces for your own space. Need a quick fix on colors? Here is a quick look on colors and what it can contribute to how you feel and, of course, look at your very own flat.
Red is a favorite staple of fast food chains. As it increases one's appetite, red is perfect for those who wants to have a more formal dining room. To do wonders for your eating habits, choose a hue that leans on darker and richer red color. If intimacy is on the top of your list, painting your bath area and boudoir can immediately pump up romance to your life.
Orange is perfect for those who have enough space to create a sitting or living room in their flat. Orange stimulates a warm and friendly feeling, making it the color choice for welcoming furniture pieces.
Yellow, like orange, is welcoming and warm. But the true advantage of this color is that it literally lightens up any space. If your room is facing west, painting hallways and foyer with yellow is the perfect solution to naturally and immediately brighten up these spaces.