Tips, Tricks and Advice for Redecorating Your Home
Are you ready to start a new home renovation project? Whether it has been years since you changed up your home decor or you are moving to a new home and need to get started on the design process, designing can be both fun and stressful at times. If you are not the biggest fan of being creative and doing the legwork on your own, hiring a designer and interior decorator could be the perfect solution for you and your needs. There is no reason to put off decorating your home any longer when you can seek outside assistance from professionals and experts in the trade.
Interested in learning more about the design process for interior decorators and how to know what looks good in your house? Keep reading to find out more about home decor and the process of decorating a home.
When it comes to home decorating and the design process, not all homeowners are up for it. In fact, so many homeowners put off redecorating their home or decorating it in the first place due to how much effort it takes or a lack of creativity. In the last five years, almost half of the homeowners in the United States have chosen to not redecorate. In the past decorate, nine percent has left their home exactly has it was ten years ago.
On the other hand, some age groups enjoy redecorating and remodeling their homes. Many say that it helps turn a house into a home. The design process is what makes the home feel comfortable and relaxed. In fact, when homeowners were asked to describe what made a happy home, the majority claimed feeling safe and secure, being able to relax and being able to be themselves were the top three things that made them happy in their homes.
Without changing up the home decor or remodeling when necessary, how do you turn a house into a home, though? The answer is making the effort to find an interior designer who can understand your desires and create the home of your dreams through their own design process. It is not at all uncommon to hire a designer or interior decorator to handle your home’s redecorating. The interior design industry is always booming. Every year, it makes around $10 billion in revenue. Over the next ten years, it is expected to continue increasing in popularity by 20 percent in regards to specialty interior design industries.
Interior designers know a lot of tips and tricks of the trade that can make the process easier for both you and them. From carpets and rugs, to wall hangings, to unique decorating rules, an interior designer can be exactly what you need to get started on one part of the house. After working with one for a few rooms, you may even be prepared to handle the rest of the house on your own if you choose!
One of the most important rules to remember when decorating is the “rule of threes”. This rule states that you should decorate with odd numbers rather than even amounts of items or objects. For some reason, it is more appealing and eye-catching to decorate in odd numbers. Keep this in mind for all your home decorating projects.
Another piece of advice interior designers will share with you is to make sure you leave space on each sides of a rug. If you add a rug to your living room or family room, around 12 to 18 inches of floor space should be kept open on all sides of the rug.
One last piece of advice is for hanging any art or photos on your walls. They should be hung around eye level. That means, when hanging anything on the walls, try to hang it at around 56 to 60 inches off the floor.
With this advice and these tips, you should be ready to start your next home decorating project. Will you consult with an interior designer on the design process first? Have you ever hired a decorator to redo your home? Let us know in the comments about your experience with redecorating and interior designers.