Six Articles to Help You Decorate A New Home
How to Find the Best Layout for Every Room
It is not easy to start from scratch and imagine just where to put furniture, or even what furniture to buy to dress out an empty room. Sometimes, certain rooms could use a refresh but it can be difficult to visualize your room any other way. The following article, posted on Zillow’s blog, explains how to find the best layout for every room in your home.
How to Spruce Up Blank Walls
Blank walls offer a lot of opportunity for home decorators. Instead of just hanging a painting, try one of the ideas suggested in the following article. The list includes 9 unique ideas to cover up the boring walls in your home, including how to create an effective photo gallery on a wall or make an accent wall our of reclaimed wood. Have you ever wanted exposed brick in your home? Well, this article can show you how to create the look yourself!
Most Expensive Items New Homeowners Buy
Furnishing a new home is not a cheap project. Be sure to plan ahead when moving into a new home, and watch out the these expensive items that may need to be worked into your budget.
Designing Your Bedroom
Your bedroom is your haven, and you should put serious thought into its design. The following article gives pointers on how to arrange a peaceful and soothing bedroom.
How to Start a Decorating Project
Decorating a home can be a lot of fun, but it can also be overwhelming if you are starting from square one. Empty white walls can be daunting, choosing a room layout can be challenging, and nailing the perfect kitchen theme is a decision no one wants to mess up. Houzz.com recently published a useful article called Decorating 101: How to Start a Decorating Project. It answers useful questions such as which interior design projects to tackle yourself and which ones should be done by a professional, as well as offering tips on how to master your decorating themes.
How to Choose an Area Rug
Don’t forget about the floors! Adding an area rug can completely change the vibe of a room, adding character, color, or warmth.