Importance of space planning in interior designing!!

Space planning is one of the most important aspects of interior design. It can have a very strong impact on the success of a room. Without proper planning, a room can end up awkward. Knowledge of furniture sizes and space allowances, some imagination and a sense of composition really help too. In a well-planned room space is used to its utmost effect. The room’s needs and functions are taken into consideration, and any difficult spaces or problem areas are dealt with. Your goal is to accomplish this beautifully, comfortably, tastefully, and so gracefully that the placement of all the objects in the room seems both obvious and surprising.

Let’s begin with some basic questions one should consider whilst space planning. So before you can begin with the tangibles, your first challenge will be to think through your own needs, wants and ideas for the room, as well as how you will be using it. Ask yourself these questions to start:

1: What are the functions of this room?  

Is it to be multi-functional? Gone are the days when rooms were allotted for specific utilities. Now, we can use one room for many purposes or have one space sectioned enough to collaborate different space usages. For example, a drawing space being connected to dining by providing small partition. So, decide the use and then make the decisions!2: How many people will be using the space and for what purposes?

It’s better to be clear about this so that you can determine your furniture type and tastes accordingly and practically design the areas.3: What furniture do you have that you’ll want to use here?

A good space planning includes the fact of considering reutilization of old stuff (existing furniture).4: How do you want the room to feel, space-wise – open and airy, cozy, minimal, serene?

We all have tastes of our own and a lot depends on the surroundings also. So, think about it as your home reflects your mood and taste.5: How much natural light is available and what kinds of lighting will be needed?

The provision of natural light is must and having it fully utilized, even better! But at times that does not seem feasible or acts as a hindrance in planning. So, try to make the most of it or decide what type and kind of lighting you prefer.

6: What are the focal points of the room and how can you take advantage of them?

Every space has a center of attraction to it and once you decide that, you can manage to design things way better than before!7: Do you need to create focal points?

There are some cases in interior designing where a space has no focus anywhere and in that case, in order to raise the design value, we create new focal points to add a beauty to the space!8: Any last wishes for the room?

Ensure you carefully consider all your points and if it isn’t the way you wished for, it’s a waste!For better space planning, you have to hire experienced and skilled professional interior designers, who have been providing these services successfully for many years. A small space can be managed efficiently with help of them.So, it is very important to hire an interior designer for your home.
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Indian style Living Room ideas!!

 The Indian touch to the living room is reflected in the ornately carved front of the settee’s and sofa’s along with the curved hand rests. The rest of the furnishings are modern and geometrical which match each other in the room to bring out a more charming and modern aesthetic. The dark wooden feature wall behind the mounted TV console provides the perfect surface to install wall mounted displays that the family can use to add a personal touch by displaying memories and souvenirs in the space. Visit www.kreativehouse.asia #interiors #livingroom 

Different types of Wardrobes Designs !!

After a bed, the wardrobe is one of the most essential furniture items in any home. Considering that wardrobes are one of the most used pieces of furniture in the home, you should ensure your wardrobe is not only functional but it also matches your personal sense of style. We bring you a few types of wardrobe designs that are popularly available in the market.

A Free standing Wardrobe

This is a traditional style of a wardrobe that can easily be moved around the house or from room to room. The most common free-standing wardrobes come in a wood finish although there are also plenty of metal and plastic options on the market.

Some of the limitations of this type of wardrobe is that even the largest can often be a little short of space inside.Hinge Door/Openable Wardrobes:

 

Hinge door/ Openable wardrobes are the most common shutter style. They are the standard wardrobe solution, where the shutter opens directly in front. Available in both a handle and handle-less design, this conventional shutter is the most versatile and is easily lockable. With hinge door wardrobes, the user must have enough space for the shutter to open out in front to successfully access their items. At any given time, the user can access the entire wardrobe at once by opening all the shutters.
Sliding Door Wardrobe
 

Sliding Door Wardrobes are a modern take on the classic hinge door wardrobe styles. With changing times and having a non fussy style of “almirah”, it is an ideal choice with a contemporary look. As per the available width, sliding door wardrobe can be designed with two, three or four doors. The sliding doors glide smoothly on a track.For effective use of the bedroom space this is the best choice, as it occupies less space. No more pull-out wardrobe-doors on hinges. This enables more free space in the room.

The sliding doors can be made in different types of sliding systems and with a wide variety of materials creating endless possibilities.

You can also add an overhanging loft to store your large size luggage/ suitcases and other stuff that is used only once in a while.

Walk-in-Wardrobe

 

Walk in wardrobes are the ultimate luxury when it comes to clothes storage and are fairly rare. For people who are really into fashion and collect a large amount of clothing over time, walk in wardrobes can be the perfect solution. A standard walk in wardrobe would have hanging and storage space on every side with perhaps a chair to one side or a bench in the middle. That being said, walk in wardrobes are the most versatile of the three options and can in most cases be designed to the perfect spec for any given user. A walk in wardrobe could be added to a bedroom with a partition with sliding doors, or even more easily, a spare room could be converted.For more information, visit us at www.pune.kreativehouse.asia

Make your home Diwali Ready!!

The month for the brightest festival has arrived. In all the festivities we celebrate; Diwali has a way of lighting up everyone’s heart with fun, laughter, sparkles and mirth. It’s time to gear up and make your home festival ready. We have a few ideas for you that can absolutely dazzle your Diwali home décor.

Dust off your rugs and carpets
Cleaning is an important part of Diwali decoration as Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity brings her blessings to houses that are clean and comfortable. So clean every corner of your home and make it completely clutter free. Clean your old and dusty furniture, remove spider webs from every corner of your home, clean the ceilings, electrical fittings such as air conditioners, wall lights, ceiling fans, floors etc. to get a complete clean look.

Exterior Decoration

  1. Have a colorful large Rangoli in the doorway of your house and make it brighter and more beautiful by placing earthen Diyas around them.
  2. Place candles and diyas on your exterior walls.
  3. If you have a garden, hang candle holders or lanterns in your garden and give an illusion of hanging lights.

 

Interior Decoration

  1. Adore your living room with a large earthen or glass pot filled with water, floral petals and floating candles.
  2. Hang candle lights at different heights to add the ethnicity to your rooms.
  3. Use garlands to decorate the doors of your rooms.
  4. Change curtains and cushion covers with bright color materials.
  5. Give a spiritual look with photos of gods and goddesses in your rooms.

Diwali is a festival of lights; brighten your home with lights and joy. Give your best in decorating your home and fill the ecstasy of happiness into every one who visits your home.

Happy Diwali!

Interior Design Styles that you must Know!!

At the start of any interior design project, we wonder in what style should we create our interior home in order to feel good in that environment. With an abundance of unique design styles, it is difficult to choose the style will work best for you.

Here’s a list of the top interior styles that you can look for…

 A) Classical

Classic Style is characterized by consistency, symmetry, rigor and elegance. It is thorough, correct and accurate till the last details.

The main colors of the classic interior are noble and calm: beige, cream, gray, pearl, deep burgundy, gold, peach, silver, olive and terracotta. Classic does not accept shrill and sharpness, contrast and gross excesses. All colors should be soft and warm, creating peace and a cozy atmosphere in the interior.

When choosing finishing materials the preference is given natural materials – marble, elegant art, best quality textiles. The main task of the classical style is to create a sense of celebration and elegance in the interior. Ancient columns, close curtains, lots of mirrors, vases and bronze statuettes are the basic interior decor.

Here are some examples of Classical Interior Design:

B) Neo Classical

Neoclassical style is luxurious and elegant. It has reinterpreted the classic concept and architectural elements from different cultures, including Roman and Greek. Neoclassical interior is known for its timeless elegance today.

The colors in the neoclassical style are generally mild – cream, gray, blue, yellow and green. Luster black, red, gold and silver are used mainly as patches of color. The wallpaper flowers are combined with paintings on the wall and ceiling, to create a chic look.

The furniture in the neoclassical style is simple but symmetrical. Typical are the dark wood furniture and beautiful ornaments, stone and marble floors, Persian carpets. The fabrics are luxurious but not ostentatious – damask silk, brocade, linen, velvet.

Here are some examples of Neo Classical Interior Design:

C) Modern

Modern in interior design really refers to “Mid Century Modern”. It is recognizable by its clean, unadorned interiors.

Use of natural materials such as wood, leather, teak and linen are prominent. Molded plywood and plastic is very popular in modern furniture, as well as polished metal. Furniture is very open and raised off the floor allowing for an airy feeling. Walls are often white adding to the expansive feeling.

Modern interiors generally have bare floors and if area rugs are used, they are typically wool, and neutral in colour. Hints of colour were used in moderation.

Here are some examples of Modern Interior Design:

D) Contemporary

Contemporary by definition means “existing, occurring, or living at the same time; belonging to the same time.” Contemporary design refers to what is popular or used right now. Contemporary design can be very eclectic for that reason, because it is ever

Changing and borrows pieces and styles from all different eras. It doesn’t have to be something that is “designed” right now – for example; furniture and art from the modern era are often used in contemporary design, and tradition mouldings and millwork are incorporated in many cases.

The finishes would use a lot of natural elements such as fir or cedar and stone. The finishing details and furniture are in-ornate and use clean lines. Comfort and sustainability are key values that are important in a contemporary home.

Patterns – Classic and geometric pattern plays an important role in contemporary design today. Here are some examples of Contemporary Interior Design:

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How to Pick the Right Hob for your Dream Kitchen!!

Choosing the right appliances for your kitchen to function efficiently can be quite confusing when trying to find the best ones for you. Once you have decided on the design element of your kitchen, you will then need to consider how you would like your kitchen to function by choosing the appliances perfect for your needs and space. With frequent use, the hob is an important piece of kitchen equipment.

Hobs function quite similar to conventional cook tops except that they are built-in. Since it is fixed, the cooking space is firm and sturdy unlike a cook top. The surface design makes cleaning easy and simple.

Built-in hobs are usually 60cm wide and traditionally have four burners. The dimensions for the gap into which a hob fits will be smaller than the hob itself, as the hob overlaps and stands proud on the work surface. You’ll also see plenty of larger 70cm widths available with extra burners that can still fit into a 60cm cut-out by overlapping the work surface. If you have the space, there are 80cm and 90cm models available, too.

There are four different types of hobs.  Each with different functions and features depending on what suits you and the way you like to cook.

  1. Gas
    The traditional gas hobs create uniform flame, with cooking gas supplied from a cylinder or pipeline. Available in glass and steel materials, varying number of burners, as well as built-in options.

  1. Induction
    The Induction hobs, which use a magnetic field to create heat between the pan and hob, are known to be energy efficient, quick, and considered a cleaner choice.

  1. Glass
    These toughened glass cooktops are a visual and culinary delight. Perfect for contemporary kitchens, these are now the most popular hob type. Available with varying number of burners as well as built-in options

 

  1. Steel
    These classic cooktops never go out of style. Easy to clean and maintain, these are available with varying number of burner options as well as a choice of built-ins.

Things to consider

Expect to find the following on all built-in hobs:

  • Child-safety controls Touch controls that can be locked to prevent children altering settings or switching on the hob.
  • Fish kettle/casserole zone Elongated cooking zone that can accommodate a fish kettle or long casserole dish.
  • Range of heat outputs Low to maintain a good simmer and high for quick heating/ stir-frying etc.
  • Removable controls For easy cleaning.
  • Ultra rapid burners For bringing water to the boil or frying food in a wok.

Expect to find the following on gas hobs only:

  • Automatic ignition will spark gas alight when controls are turned and pushed in.
  • Coated pan supports Much easier to clean than bare stainless steel.
  • Flame failure protection If the burner goes out accidentally, flame will re-light automatically or gas stops running.
  • Overspill protection Detects when liquid has boiled over and turns the power off.
  • Removable pan supports Can be taken apart and washed. Consider weight and robustness.

Hope you the Right Hob for your kitchen. For more design inspiration visit www.pune.kreativehouse.asia

Choose the Right Chimney, And Let Your Kitchen Breathe Easy…

It is high time to take home makers out of fumes, hot and humid kitchen area, give them a pleasant space to work. Make kitchen space more comfortable to work in by just adding kitchen chimney to the cooking area, just above the cooking range. Chimney absorbs all the heat and fumes present in the kitchen .Apart from its basic function of keeping the kitchen odor-free and fresh, the chimney adds style and elegance to the kitchen.

Getting the appropriate kitchen chimney is important for a real look, work and calmness of the kitchen. Selecting the kitchen chimney is a bit tactful job and needs a wise and intelligent homework to go through just before you opt for the best one. You need to look after:

On the basis of installation, chimneys are of two types.

Ducting or extracting:

How it functions: The air that is sucked in passes through the filters. Grease and grime adhere to the filters and the air is expelled out through PVC pipes or a duct. It requires plumbing installation. The number of bends and the length of the hose pipe affects the suction power.  Filter used is either a mesh or baffle filter.

Recycling or ductless:

How it functions:  It has fan or blower and motor. The air passes through the grease filter which traps grease particles. The air then passes through the charcoal filters which absorb the heat, smoke and odors. The purified air is circulated back into the kitchen.

Ducting vs Ductless

Features Ducting Ductless
Cost Goes high with ducting Less
Filters Uses Mesh/baffle filters Additional charcoal filter is needed.
Performance Industry tests say they are 30 % more effective Less effective as the air is recirculated back
Maintenance and Care Easier Charcoal filters need change at frequent intervals
Suction High Less
Efficiency Higher. Heat and humidity is extracted and ducted out, prevents condensation. Lesser. It does not remove the heat from the kitchen
Re-positioning Impractical Can be done easily

Filters:

 A filter is the heart of the Electric Chimney. It traps the oil particles and purifies the air. On the basis of material and construction filters are of three types.

Mesh Filter: Layers of Aluminum mesh overlapping each other slightly offset. The mesh has very small holes. When the air passes through the filter, oil and grime adhere to the layers. The pores get clogged very soon and affects the performance of the chimney. Requires cleaning every 2 weeks.

Higher maintenance and frequent cleaning is needed for Indian kitchen because the masalas get coated onto the filter blocking the holes and thus the suction power gets reduced.

Maintenance:  Warm soapy water/detergent. Can be cleaned in dishwasher too. The cleaning is easier than baffle filters.

Baffle Filter: Layers of steel/aluminum are overlapped in a fashion which changes the direction of air flow. It uses the ‘cut and chop’ technology to separate oil and spices from the smoke. The suction power gets hardly affected even if the oil gets collected in the first layer. Perfect for Indian style of cooking.

Maintenance: Needs cleaning once in 5-6 months. Gets rusted with use. Some models have easy removal others require technician. The filters need change in 4-5 yrs.

Charcoal Filters: They are primarily used for odor absorption. It has a block with charcoal granules. The absorption capacity depends upon the thickness of filter and size of charcoal granules. It is used in Ductless chimneys. It does not come in-built in always but available at an extra cost.

Maintenance: Needs periodical replacement 3-6 months depending upon the intensity of cooking. It cannot be washed.  Some high end models have indicators for filter change.

On the basis of functionality and fashion chimneys can be categorized into conventional and contemporary.

Conventional chimneys are straight line chimneys that basically perform the sole function of keeping the kitchen fresh and ventilated are available in both ducting and ductless mode

The contemporary chimneys come in various design and types to suit your budget and lifestyle. They have a hood which again comes in various styles.

Depending on the how the chimney is mounted, Chimneys are classified into 3 types, as follow.

  1. Wall Mounted

The most well-received style for Indian kitchens, these can be affixed between two cabinets, directly above your hob for maximum efficacy. Designed for the kitchens where stove located near the wall. Less or no ducting/pipes requires for exhaust smoke.

  1. Built Under

The most well-received style for Indian kitchens, these can be affixed between two cabinets, directly above your hob for maximum efficacy. Designed for modern kitchens where stove / hob located in middle of kitchen. Necessary ducting / pipes required to exhaust smoke out.

  1. Island

Perfect for cook tops affixed on islands, the island kitchen chimney extends to the ceiling, becoming a central element in your modular kitchen. Designed for modern kitchens and people who are looking for to prevent chimney from kitchen interior decoration.

Pointers to remember before buying a chimney

  • Suction Power Is the capacity of the motor to suck oil particles and odor. It is measured in cubic meter per hour(m3 per hour). For Indian kitchen a chimney with higher air suction capacity is ideal. For frequent cooking the range should be between 400 m3/hr to 1000m3/hr depending on the size of your kitchen. The chimneys with a long hose have generally more suction power.
  • Filters If the filter does not function properly the suction becomes poor and can pose a health hazard. The choice of the right filter improves the performance of the chimney.
  • Motor/Blower The motor should be sealed so that dust and grime does not get into it. Aluminum non-stick blower and motor saves you from agony of periodic servicing of internal parts.
  • Size The size depends on the size of the kitchen. A 3feet stove should have a 3feet chimney. Standard chimneys come in 2ft and 3ft size.
  • Maintenance and Care It is advisable to go for a chimney which requires less maintenance. Install the chimney at low height (4feet) so that cleaning is easy and it effectively removes the smoke and oil particles out.
  • Budget Electric chimneys come in the price range of Rs 3000 to Rs 100000.
  • Noise The noise that is heard is that of the air circulation. You may like to consider this before buying your chimney. Some chimneys have a silent-kit installed which makes it silent or less noise.
  • Speed Entry level chimneys have single speed option but advanced ones has variable speeds to ventilate the kitchen faster.
  • Aesthetics Chimneys are available to suit every section and taste of the society ranging from modest rates to expensive ones. Depending on your budget, lifestyle and kitchen décor you may choose the best. Some brands have the option of customizing the looks to match your kitchen décor.
  • Warranty and Service Most chimneys come with warranty of 12 months but some chimneys come with lifetime warranty. Check for after sales services in your locality because some baffle filters need technician for cleaning them.

Advanced features

Auto Clean chimneys:  Once you switch the chimney ON, the coil that cover the motor gets heated up for 15 to 20 mins. The oil gets liquidized and is let out .The chimney stops after auto cleaning itself..

Split chimney: The motor is installed outside the kitchen hence reducing the sound.

Convertible kits: Some brands have kits wherein a ducting chimney can be converted into a ductless chimney.

Soundproof kits: They ensure that there is absolutely no noise of the chimney.

Detachable oil collector: The oil particles get collected in this and it’s easy to detach and clean thereby improving the efficiency of the filter.

Auto heat sensor: It detects heats and oil particles and automatically switches on and off.

Indicator/buzzer:  They have indicator lamps or alarms for filter cleaning or replacement.

Hope you make a note of this points before shortlisting a chimney for you kitchen.for more update visit at www.pune.kreativehouse.asia

 

What is the right time to approach an Interior Designer?

If you are looking to furnish your house, you will with this question in your mind: what is the most correct time to appoint an interior designer.

Usually, people follow a sequential thought process. The sequence goes as below:

· Buying a property
· Getting the possession
· Completing the formalities

· Appointing an interior designer 2-3 months prior to moving-in
But as interior designers, we can say that the ideal time should be during the planning stage i.e. before the actual construction of the building (before brick work). Example: consider creating the door and window openings as per desired layout of the bed, wardrobe and the chairs rather than trying to ill –fit the bed in an existing small bed room with fixed movement areas. An interior designer will come up with your desired layout considering you requirements.

This will additionally save upon money involved in making civil changes at later date. Interior designer will also suggest you in selecting the floor tiles, sanitary fittings, electric work and similar items based on the layout and designs.

So, it’s better to bring in the designer for the very first stages of space planning and design concept.

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How to choose an Interior Designer!!

It is a good decision to hire an interior designer if you want aesthetic design plans for your interior spaces. Unfortunately, interior designers do not come cheap, especially if you are looking for a good one. But how to find a good interior designer at a fair price? Well, it will not be an easy task but it is not impossible to get a quality service at a reasonable price.

Ways to find a good Interior designer:

1) References: 


Start the search for an interior designer by asking your friends, colleagues, neighbors, co-workers and other people you know if they know a good interior designer. It would be great if anyone of them had an interior designer in their house recently to be able to check the quality of the work.

2) Browse the Web: 

Surf the internet for interior designers in your area and look their previous works, how long they are working as interior designers and of course, the testimonials of their previous clients. When you find an interior designers with enough experience and positive customer reviews, you should contact them.

Points to keep in mind when you choose an Interior designer

a) Interior Designers always try to suit their client’s specific needs, which is why you should not judge them by the work you see at your friend’s home alone because your friends may be perfectly satisfied with a design you consider absolutely unacceptable. Ask them if they are satisfied with the results and if the interior design meets their needs perfectly. If the answer is a big yes, they had a good interior designer no matter what you think about the design.

b) Contact the Interior Designers and see if they are interested in your project as mentioned earlier, the best ones are not cheap, and however they do not have to be affordable either.

c) Instead of looking for a cheaper Interior Designers it is better to hire the best one and try to find how can you reduce the overall costs, as most of the designers allow you to choose which services you want them to provide and enable you to choose which part of the designing you want to take over by yourself.

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Tips to design your Home Beautifully!!

Home decoration and designing is always a subject matter that some choose to just pass. While others are feeling the importance of it, others claim that it is just an added expense. But once you get to experience a home with such nice colors, design, feel and ambiance, you will realize how good it feels and you would just want to talk to the best interior design companies in India and have the beautiful home you have always wanted. It is not always about money, it is about the joy, comfort and happiness that you experience every time you open the door of your home.

We kreative house one of the leading Architecture and interior design company India   Would like to share few interior design tips that make your home look beautiful and elegant.

KNOW BASIC MEASUREMENT RULES

Both proportion and scale are important in interior designing. It is important to use furniture pieces that complement the size of the room you are designing for. There are specific measurements for decorating that make a room look better.

Here are a few general measurements to keep in mind:

Coffee table distance: Apartment Therapy suggests to keep at least 15″ between coffee tables and sofas.

TV distance: How far your TV should be from your sofa will depend on its size. We’ve talked about viewing distance before. The easiest rule of thumb: multiply the diagonal size of your TV by two. That’s about how many inches your TV should be from your seating area.

Hanging art: When hanging art, keep its center at eye level, which is generally 56″ to 60″ from the floor If you’re hanging multiple pieces of art, keep the center point of the whole arrangement at this level.

When hanging art above your sofa, make sure it’s no more than 2/3 the width of the sofa. You’ll also want to leave 5-9″ of space between the art and the furniture.

For rugs, there are three basic rules you can follow.

All on: If a rug is big enough, you can put all legs of your furniture on top of it.

All off: If you have a smaller space, you might choose a smaller rug, and then you’d leave all four feet of your furniture off of it. “You don’t want to pick too small a rug, though, or it may look insignificant, like an afterthought.”

Front on: Many designers choose to just put the two front feet on the rug. This can tie everything together and create a feeling of openness.

CREATE A FOCAL POINT

A room’s focal point is its most emphasized feature. It’s the thing your eyes are naturally drawn to when you walk into the room. And everything around the focal point compliments it.

If you’re lost with how to start decorating a room, finding its focal point is a good start. Many rooms have built-in focal points: a large window with a view, for example. If your room doesn’t have a built-in focal point, here are some tips and options for creating one:

  • Paint one wall a different color, then accessorize with artwork
  • Decide how you want to use the room, then create a focal point accordingly. For example, if you want to use a room for reading, you’d make a bookshelf your focal point.
  • Simply you can also use a large piece of furniture as a focal point.
  • You could use a large piece of artwork as a focal point. A large mirror also works well.

Once you find the focal point, decorate around it. Use its main color in elements throughout the rest of the room.

LAYER YOUR LIGHTING

The lighting in a home changes the mood of a room just as it does the perceived size of a room. Placement and type are important aspects of interior design, and they work in conjunction with color selections, room size, availability of natural light and furniture selection. The elements that come together when the right lighting is achieved transform a room into a seamless combination of functionality and style.

First, learn the three basic types of lighting:

  • Ambient: It’s also called general lighting, and its the overhead lighting meant to evenly illuminate a room.
  • Task: As its name suggests, task lighting is meant to light a specific task. A lamp in the living room might light a reading area. Under-cabinet lights in a kitchen serve as task lights for counter tops.
  • Accent: Accent lights are meant to highlight a particular object. You might see them on painting, for example.

Adding different types lighting can give your room dimension. Start with ambient lighting in each room, and then consider how you can use task and accent lighting.

CONSIDER YOUR NEGATIVE SPACE

In Interior Design, positive space is the space taken by your furniture and decor, on the floor or on your walls. Negative space, conversely, is the empty space around and in between those pieces of furnishing. And the word “empty” is important: we didn’t say invisible! And because it is not invisible, it has, like everything else in your home, a big impact on how you feel in your living room or bedroom and how you experience them.

Make sure the negative space serves a purpose. You might leave a space empty to highlight a decorated area nearby. Or maybe the negative space creates an interesting design.

Beyond these basics, you’ll probably also want to make your home look like your own. These guidelines help you get started, but you should adjust your decorating according to your own tastes and preferences. 

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