You should start by reading and learning more about interior design if you are planning on making a few changes to your home. Even if instinct and creativity are very important in this process, you should not ignore what experienced professionals recommend when it comes to the decoration of your home.
When choosing a color palette for your room, use no more than three colors. When decorating, follow the 60-30-10 rule. 60% of the room should be a dominant color, 30% a secondary color, and 10% an accent color. More than 3 colors can make the room start to look busy.
Try adding plants to your room. You’ll be surprised at how much more lively, yet calming; a room can become just by adding a simple plant to the room. A single plant, properly placed, can really set the mood and bring a room together. Just don’t forget to water it!
Choose bathroom lighting carefully. In a bathroom, a single overhead light will cast an unwanted shadow, making it difficult to apply makeup or shave. A sconce on either side of the medicine cabinet will offer an even amount of light, perfect for grooming. Incandescent lighting is preferable to fluorescent lights, which can create a bluish tone.
Wallpaper just half of your room. Redecorating your walls can cost a lot of money. Cover half of the wall with wallpaper to save money. Pick out a bold-colored border and then just paint the rest of the wall. This is one good way to have your home look stylish without spending too much money.
As you can see, interior design can be fun, interesting and allow you to create the kind of home in which you will feel comfortable. Keep these tips in mind, do more research and look at interior design magazines to get a few ideas for your own interior design project.