How to find the right accent piece and find out whether you need it at all in your space? The key idea is to find something that delights your eye and gives your home something extra to make a statement. We, the FurnitureCart team, are here to give you few inspirational ideas that might work well for your lovely home ➡️ read more
We continue giving advice how to omit the mistakes when arranging furniture in your new apartment or rearranging it in your beloved house. Last time we have included few common tricks to make the arrangement right. Missed them? No worries! Here you can read it through, right before getting to know the new tricks, we’ve got for you today. Follow FurnitureCart blog not to miss a thing! And, you are welcome to see our new portion of advice today.
Today FurnitureCart team starts the decorating tips and advice series of articles to help our readers omit the mistakes when rearranging furniture.
The series is good for those, who:
– bought awesome pieces of furniture, but still feel something is wrong;
– don’t feel comfortable enough in the living space;
– don’t like the layout and want it to be successful both for homies and guests;
– would like to know few easy tricks to fix the possible mistakes made when rearranging.
Sounds like interesting? Get to know more ➡️ Decorating Guide, P.1
Don’t get lost in decorating with colors! Your FurnitureCart decorating guide includes essential color tips to keep you on the track of the clever home design and furniture rearrangement. Get to know the advantages and key functions of each color scheme and choose the best for your house and home.
Coastal style is always about the reasonable amount of the shades of blue. Actually, it does not matter whether you have a seaside house or not, blue shades reflect an easy, calm and comfortable lifestyle. White-blue dyad tunes the beachy vibe, moreover it is a relief for the warmer climate. Blue-grey shades are a beloved trend for last few years – no wonder, it brings due style and comfort. If the space needs some warmth, add some honey finishes, warm red or orange, earth tones.
Greens are energetic. Nature touch and freshness are guaranteed by the green hues. Furthermore, the emeralds are a high trend now. Family homes with green hues correlate with the kids’ vibrancy. If you want it fresh and natural – pair it with white and brown, if bright – deep pinks and blues, or just go into vivid and lush green.
Lack of sunrays? You always have ace in your sleeve! Yellow tones boost mood and make the atmosphere around joyous and youthful. On top of that yellow is a color that works best in team with other colors. It works great as an accent and the color splash in a dull neutral room. If you are still up to total renovation of the interior, take yellow with creamy shade for the walls or choose the paint that has a chalky finish.
Pinks are tender, livable and sophisticated. For a little classy princess think about confectionary pinks, reminding of cotton candies and bubble gums. To suit grown-up tastes, it is better to look into the pinks found in nature, like spring flowers in bloom or the sunset pink. Tired of good old blue, grey and pink set of colors? Try to use more of coral pink, and dilute it gently with the orange pieces and accessories.
Same, as the yellows, the oranges create the mood in your room. If lemon hues are bringing happiness, warm orange ones are simply welcoming. For a traditional and more serious rooms brownish orange is preferable. Cozy atmosphere in the rooms is gained by pairing vivid orange with earthy tones and deep brown furniture. Soft peach orange is also an option for a feminine room.
Daring reds are for the fearless persons. But still, one can have the stylish and elegant decor with red hues. If you have made a decision to go with red, then all the other pieces shall have the same level of intensity. Strict and sophisticated dyads include white, black, grey together with red. Play with the palette of reds – don’t go at once into the plain red, look into lighter, deeper and brownish. The last two will look more sophisticated in a room.
Purple is underestimated, let’s return back the due honor. Mostly considered to be childish or haught, but It’s just the matter of hues: whispery and restraint in tones purple is gentle and appealing. It is still not a color for bathrooms and kitchens, so better avoid it in those rooms. Play with patterns, purple tone spectrum and texture in any of the other rooms. Without that it will get dull with time.
Neutrals are never boring, though seem to be when one thinks about them. Cozy and warm camel brown usually works with many other bright colors. The palette of neutrals will never get old, it is always modern and classic. One more advantage – you can always add splashes of virtually any bright color to make it look slightly different. Even in the frames of the neutral hues you will create a good chord of colors, – caramel brown, creamy and wood look sophisticated and pleasant.
Undoubtedly, the living room is the centre of the home. Here we spend the most time relaxing after a long day, entertaining guests or having a great time with homies. This space sets the tone to the overall home decor. And, as long as we spend a lot of time here, the same decor day after day might be annoying. Well, we’re not saying about the total rearrangement every month or two! But simple updates can become vital to refresh your hub. Need few ideas? We are ready and willing to assist – check out our blog!
The home seems to be a little dark. But you do like the way the furniture is arranged and do not want to change the house decor completely. Familiar situation? Then lighten it up with our few simple tricks! Make your home brighter and welcoming without changing a lot.
Contemporary style is only about the industrial and minimalistic furniture, isn’t it? Traditional style furniture brings warmer ambience to the home, right? Curls and twists are only about the classic furniture, aren’t they? Get to know the answers for all these questions and a little more at our blog today.