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Tips To Boost Your Home’s Interior Design

Like many young people, you may have grown up hearing your parents say something to the effect of your home being a statement about who you are as a person.  A filthy, disheveled home suggests an unkempt inhabitant.  

A fine, put-together place suggests the owners have more of a grasp on success in life.  Take the time to create a home that says something awesome about who you are, and learn a few ways to boost your interior design abilities.  

Hire the professionals

You could save yourself all the trouble of learning how to design your home by hiring some top-notch professional interior designers to get the job done.  

You may not have the time to do the work yourself, or you may not have the physical ability to do the labor.  Whatever the case may be, hiring an interior designer is a completely acceptable route to follow.  

Make it look professional

If you do have the ability, the time, and the available funds, then it may be very rewarding to take on the design of your home on your own.  

The time spent redecorating and reworking the specifics of your setup will make the finished product all the most important and memorable for yourself and your housemates.  

There are plenty of simple touches you can add to your home to make it look more inviting, comfortable, and stylish.  

Add some greenery to your design

Adding some live plants to your home is an excellent way to “spruce” up the place.  Large plants make a bold statement, and smaller plants add subtle accents.  

Plants like ferns are good for cleansing the air inside of your home, so you’ll make the place look nice while simultaneously boosting the air quality.  Place plants in the hallways, living room, and bathrooms to cover the whole place in natural life.  

Carefully choose your color scheme

Interior design relies heavily on your choice of color.  You could have all the right fixins and decorations, but a clash in color could ruin the whole room.  

Do a little research on color schemes, and find a way to communicate your home’s mood through color.  Don’t be afraid to step away from neutral tones, and consider adding an accent wall to a common space in your house.  

Upgrade to hardwood floors

One of the best ways to make a statement upon entering your home is to install hardwood floors throughout the place.  Hardwood screams sophistication, and you can warm it up a bit with the careful placement of a few area rugs.  Remember that color matters throughout your design, so choose the tones in your hardwood floors with the rest of the house in mind.

Anna Johansson

Anna is a freelance writer and researcher from the Olympia, WA area who loves to obsess about weird topics and then write about them. When she isn't writing, she is outside on her bike and comtemplating her eventual trip to graduate school.

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