Top Home Decor Mistakes You Must Avoid

by Saru Kaviraj Decorative Themes

If there's one room in your household that should be great, it's the living room. This is where we normally receive visitors, rest with our families, and spend quality time. Sadly, that's where we make the most serious design mistakes that can ruin "Zen" and the friendly atmosphere as well. See what typical "tech sins" we've found that might mess with the fashionable balance in your home's busiest room.

Sadly, that's where we find the most serious design mistakes that can also kill "Peace" and a friendly atmosphere. See what traditional "tech sins" we've noticed in the busiest space in your home that could mess with the trendy balance. The good news is that we are not alone; even top designers bought items in the wrong size or failed to understand small but important electrical information.

Picking the right rug size and tested paint

Choose some favorite colors from paper swatches; get some small pots of those colors; paint them on a piece of white foam board; stamp them on your walls, and take a day or two to stare at those colors all day long in all sorts of light to make your final decision. Later, you're going to thank yourself. Here are some of my dreams go-to neutral shades if you need a leg up. Testing paint is essential so you can use split wall art in high definition.

Rugs can change the face of any decoration completely and create a point of interest. The truth is beyond doubt. Unfortunately, many of us have no idea how to match a rug with an interior properly. The most common error? The rug is too small.

Wall Design

If you don't intend to hire or renovate an electrician, manage the appliances and wiring carefully. "The number of placed power outlets in a room is always accounted for," says the designer. A maze of extension cords is the last thing you want. You can also0 do one thing, and you can buy marble pattern luxury ceramic dinnerware set matching your wall design.

Too much on shelves

A few tutorials are available here. One is to keep collecting items over time but to play around in your home and change them. Over time, your narrative shifts, so let the home show that "Calder one says." And that brings us to the second lesson — the presentation is all in editing. Coco Chanel said it best: Look in the mirror and strip off one thing before you leave the house. For your house, the same can be said — and obviously, my shelving! Try to add small things like handmade mosaic candle holders.

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About Saru Kaviraj Junior   Decorative Themes

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