Are you working on decorating your home?
Perhaps you want to spruce up your décor, but you aren’t sure where to start.
Where can you find inspiration for your home
décor, besides the obvious home décor magazines and websites?
Here are some fun and creative ideas that
will inspire you when designing your décor:
Luxury Hotels - The next time you go on a vacation, you can
find décor inspiration at your hotel. Most hotel rooms in mid-range to luxury
hotels have beautiful, comforting and understated designs, so take photos if
you find something that you like.
Perhaps you can invest in plush throw
pillows for your bed, a sleek bed table lamp or thick white towels for your
bathroom to recreate the look of a luxury hotel.
Art Galleries - Take a walk around your local art gallery
and see if you can find some inspiration there. Perhaps the harmonious colors
of Impressionist paintings or the angular shapes of Cubism will inspire you to
add visual interest to your décor. You might not be able to afford an original
Picasso or Monet, but you can always order prints of your favorite artists
online and add art to your home on a budget.
The Beauty Of Nature - Another place to find beauty and
inspiration is from Mother Nature herself. Take a walk outside in the country and take some photos of what
you encounter. Perhaps you will be inspired to paint your walls a shade of
green just like the spring leaves, or create a centerpiece for your table made
from pine cones. Fashion Design - You can also find inspiration from the
colors, textures and patterns that are popular in the world of fashion design. Look at magazines, fashion shows and advertisements to
see what colors and styles are popular at the moment. If you love the look of a
certain item of clothing, think about how you can incorporate that color,
texture or pattern into your décor.
If you have an open mind, you can find
inspiration for your home décor all around you. These are just a few ideas to
get you started, but of course there are many other sources of inspiration out
For more info and tips regarding your home,
contact me at 972-896-8482 or email me at Gary@whats-next-in-realestate.com. Compliments of RealtyBlogContent.com
Author:Gary Hutchings Phone: 972-896-8482 Dated: April 29th 2014 Views: 1,962 About Gary: My clients are my number one priority. I spend the time to understand your real
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