Tips for Decorating Smart and Slow
When moving into a new home or making the decision to give an existing space a makeover, one of the biggest mistakes that many people make is rushing to design the space versus taking things slowly to ultimately design a room that they truly love. In addition to allotting plenty of time to find the perfect��pieces that really complete a room’s style, taking a slower approach to interior design is often more budget friendly as well.
Here are several great reasons why it pays off to decorate both smart and slow:
- Most people have experienced buyer’s remorse at one point or another when decorating their homes, and taking the time to pinpoint exactly what you are looking for can save you a lot of time, effort, money, and headaches. Take advantage of free tools like Pinterest and Houzz��to create virtual pin boards of interior design styles that inspire you.
- Consider multi-functional pieces, such as side tables that could also function as a coffee table, and opt for colors that go well with everything.
- Instead of buying cheap��disposable furniture, wait until you can afford a quality piece that you really want.
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