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3 Tips To Help You Achieve Cohesive Interior Design

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When you're unfamiliar with interior decorating, it can be hard to know what to do with your new house. You may be tempted to buy furniture and decorations at random, whenever something catches your eye. While this is one approach, it's a method that can end in frustration when you realize that none of your furniture matches. Here are three tips to help you achieve a cohesive look in your home.

1. Pick one focal piece for the room. 

There are always going to be objects that catch your eye and draw your interest. Sometimes these things may be quirky and unusual. If you really love a certain piece of art or furniture, you don't have to get rid of it. Instead, use it as inspiration for the rest of your interior design. Take note of its colors and textures and try to mimic or complement those throughout your home. This is a great way to incorporate elements of your own unique style without making a mess.

2. Paint your walls the same color.

It's not a bad thing to experiment with color. You should feel free to paint your walls a color that resonates with you. Soft lavender, slate grey, and sunshine yellow are all fantastic colors for interior walls. However, they aren't great colors when used together. If you decide to paint your home with stand-out colors, you should pick one color and stick to it. Using more than one color can break up the visual harmony of your house, causing it to look cluttered.

3. Purchase furniture sets.

It can be a real challenge to find furniture that matches when you purchase single pieces. You may find a chair that you love, only to realize that there's nothing on the market that pairs well with that chair. Save yourself a headache by purchasing furniture sets instead. Bedroom sets that include a bed frame, headboard, and dresser in matching shades of wood can complete your bedroom. Likewise, you can buy a set of matching table and chairs for your kitchen. Furniture sets can take the guesswork out of interior decorating.

Interior design can be fun and inspiring once you get the hang of it. Just remember to keep the big picture in mind when making purchases. Treat your house as one cohesive piece of art, and you'll be rewarded with a stylish, beautiful place to relax at the end of the day.


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