29 May 4 tips to help you choose the best home decoration
The other day I was having coffee with a friend who was very excited about her new house and enjoying herself like a girl decorating her new home. I saw her very happy and full of joy, until, suddenly, she stopped for a moment and told me: “I’m spending hours gossiping on the Internet and I can’t make up my mind, there are so many things that catch my attention!” You can visit Reali for your dream home.
I couldn’t agree more with her: the internet is the world’s biggest showcase!
So, if you have ever found yourself in this situation, in today’s post I want to help you find a way out of this somewhat chaotic situation and make the right decisions so that your home decoration is beautiful and, what is more important: consistent.
4 tips to choose the best decoration for your home
The Style Should Be Marked By Your Personality
It’s true: our house talks about us, and sometimes we worry too much about the effect it can have on our guests and forget that, first and foremost, it is our home, our most private space. For this reason, looking for accessories for our house, we end up buying things that we do not use later. My first piece of advice is to encourage you to find your style. Make no mistake: you don’t have to follow a trend just because interior decorating magazines say so. First of all, you have to love yourself and accept yourself for who you are and how you live. You have to think that your house is something like your visual identity: the reflection of you, your personality, and the result of your daily dynamics.
I often wonder what my interior style will be; I love seeing images of minimalist houses, but I also get excited about spaces or apartments. What is true is that, in the end, I don’t think I would like to live in any of these houses because I wouldn’t find it comfortable to live on a day-to-day basis.
What have I done? I have stopped getting frustrated trying to make my house look like one trend or another and I have accepted that my house is what I am. Sometimes a little crazy: I love having photos of my family on display and surrounding myself with handmade objects that I have found along the way, whether in stores or second-hand markets, or online. For me, they are details that add warmth to my home. Plants are also an obvious necessity in my house.
Look For Objects That Transmit That Feeling To You
Let yourself be guided by your instinct. There are objects that immediately manage to communicate something to us, and awaken emotion in us. I don’t think letting yourself be carried away by this emotion is risky. For example, I love to discover small brands of creative people; I am very sensitive to delicate imperfections and therefore these pieces are unique and truly perfect for me. I prefer them to the products of the department stores and I think they transform my house into a cozy space.
If you buy objects that have an emotional bond with you, those emotions will be transferred to your home: positive emotions that will surround you most of the day and will give you great inner peace, making your home your refuge.
Choose Well What You Spend Your Money On
It is clear that most of us do not have money to spare. In any case, I am sure that at some time you have also made a compulsive purchase just to feel differently and after a while, you have regretted it; I think it has happened to all of us. That is why I tell you that it is much better to buy consciously so as not to later regret our impulsive decisions in times of downturn.
The advice that I can give you is that, when buying, think about how much you are going to use that object, if it is going to be functional in your house and, even if you do not have a lot of money, do not put all your attention on the price but on the quality of what you are buying. Better buy something you really need and has quality even if this means making an investment or stop buying other things. Once again, it’s about you being happy. Happy and excited with your purchase, not a victim of regret. Also, remember that cheap is often expensive.
Also, don’t forget the power of your money. When you buy, you are supporting one economic model or another. You are betting on large multinationals or supporting small local businesses.
Think Carefully About The Material You Need And You Will Be Right
The material from which a product is made is not only synonymous with quality, but also with functionality, hygiene, and sustainability. When we buy a product, once again, we must be careful and think about the optimal materials for that object and what benefits they can bring us.
An example of this is wooden furniture versus chipboard furniture: at first, chipboard furniture seems aesthetically just as beautiful but, as you use it, you realize that the chipboard wears out and gives way under the weight of it that you place on it while, if you opt for a wooden piece of furniture, it will be much more stable and will last longer incorruptible. And your house is designed to last a long time, right? If you have small children or know that your home will be a place where a lot of dirt can accumulate, it is also important to be practical: Materials such as glass, marble for the kitchen, or tiles on the floor instead of parquet can be a much more convenient option. Finally, we must also think about what inspires us certain materials and what the fact of buying them implies: as I mentioned before if you order a door from a carpenter, that door will be unique, and probably, the wood used to create it will come from more noble resources. and sustainable than an industrial brand.
You can also opt for sustainable products such as certified wood or recycled glass. In this way, you are not only contributing to the sustainability of the planet, but the material that is part of your house is telling a story: before it was a tree, but in its place, another has been planted so that the same forest continues. to exist: That lamp used to be a glass bottle that, if recycled, would probably become silicon for asphalt. These little details are what make the decoration of a house unique.
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