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Do’s and Don’ts of Interior Styling


1. The feel of the space

It’s really important to consider how you feeling the space. Think about the mood that you want to create in your home, and that will help you make decision that you decide in your interior space. So think about the texture, flooring and so on.

As you can see this beautiful kitchen make a really elegant contemporary space. With the dark flooring, and contemplate edge of the table top, and to make it really specific, we highlight with a copper hanging light.

2. Mix warm and cold colours

Typically, people will think of shouldn’t just stick on one colour tone? You can do so, but this will bore very quickly. It’s advance to add a combination of warm and cold colour into your interior design. The percentage doesn’t have to be 50/50, but you can give your interior a boost with different prints and patterns within the same colour tint. Also, the floor in a room with different colours and printing can bring everything and make sure that everything fits together as a whole.

3. Draw the eyes with an interesting piece

Do you draw the eyes to the interesting piece in a room? It’s a significant point to create the focus point in your space. So, when you enter the space you will understand where to focus, and it also help you to move free display.

4. Do measure the size of your room

The size of your room will allow you to decide what can and can’t to put into the space. Get your type measurement out, measure the length, height of the room and write it down. Always put your measurement type with you when you are planning to buy furniture, so that you can refer back the size of your room and decide an ideal dimension of it. Also, It’s important that to consider whether the furniture could get into the lift (If you are living in Condo/Apartment).


1. Choose a wrong format

It’s often people choose wrong formats of products in their house. For example, using an extremely large hanging light above the dining table which makes the dining area become smaller. The best way is the purchase something small and apply a number of those item instead of using one big item. When you use a number of smaller items the total will look automatically large. (For, more information, you can read

2. Use small, cheap pillow in your space

Pillow are one of the key accessories in the interior. Therefore, I recommend to choose good pillows that last longer and not collapse. Pillow should be comfortable and puffy. A couple of large pillows will look nicer than a bunch of small pillows.

3. Hang your Artwork neck-cringingly high.

Hanging your masterpiece in a right position can directly affect the looks of your space. Do what museums do: Keep artwork at eye level. A good rule of thumb is to hang art so that its midpoint is between 57 and 60 inches from the floor. Aim for the lower end of the range if most members of your family are on the short side; in rooms with ceiling higher than eight feet, artwork can be hung a little higher than 60 inches off the floor.

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