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by Iqra Tariq April 05, 2022 4 min read
Home is a haven, a comfort zone, and a place to live with our families and pets and enjoy with friends. A place to build memories and a way to build future wealth. A decorator's job involves decorating rooms, fixing them up, painting, arranging furniture, etc. You might hire a decorator to help you furnish your brand new, fancy vacation home, or you can follow our tips to do it all by yourself.
Our lives have changed, and so have our homes. To keep this change in mind (as of the pandemic), the interior design of apartments and houses is now developing to respond to the coronavirus situation. Every home has its unique style or theme, including formal, Casual, Contemporary, Tradition, Tropical, Chic, and western. So you can adopt any of such types depending upon your choices and likeness.
The sharp lines of mid-century modern will always be in, but more and more, curved edges and feminine shapes are rising in 2023. This year, we will focus on furniture as artwork and not just a need for a home. In 2023, more designs will bring muted nature colors such as leafy greens, dark brown, ocean and sky blues, sandy beiges, cloudy whites, and more into the home. The green-colored furniture has always worked beautifully in interiors, especially when clients ask to bring the outdoor in.
An almost minty teal green, "Breezeway" is an excellent, bright, and cheerful tone. Pantone may have declared otherwise, but the actual 2023 color of the year is Green! Green furniture, walls, and accessories can make your home cooler and greener this summer. Sage Green color is considered one of the most use colored by interior designers. So, try incorporating this color into your home décor elements this summer.
An outdoor summer house can be used as your own unique space for this summer, and it can be transformed into a studio for writing, painting, or other crafting activities or become a space for you to relax and enjoy your leisure time. On sunny days, a garden building or room also welcomes shade from the midday heat.
Suppose you want to go for a country garden summer house. You don't really need to if you decorate your outdoor space in a garden format. Choose a style with a tiled roof, windows with small panes, and details such as weathervane or window boxes.
During the warmest portions of the day, seek shade in a summer house. Keep it simple with a large bench sitting option that can also be used as a day bed, complete with cushions to make it even more comfortable. To help keep things cool and feeling quiet, paint your summer house and garden furnishings in a calming neutral, such as white.
A garden office could be ideal for you if you work from home. Paint the space white and place a desk near a window or door that can be opened for an incredible breath of fresh air to create a relaxing atmosphere. Mix modern furniture with traditional items, such as the phone and a wooden filing cabinet, to create a stunning study space.
Extend your indoor living space with a summer cottage. Perhaps you have a growing family and require an additional room or wish to socialize in a different setting. By matching the garden structure to your interior décor, you can help to unite the other living rooms and make them feel more connected.
Mix furniture styles in your garden summer house for a relaxed look, from a comfortable sofa like you, would find in your living room to painted wicker items in a hot-pink shade. Junk-shop things are ideal for outhouses because you don't need your best furniture, and remember that upcycling may transform even the most unwanted item into something extraordinary.
Summer décor is important to enhance the overall atmosphere of the home after such chaotic times. So, this summer apply all the ideas mentioned above and decorate your home like a new and fresh space. Anything too geometric for summer 2022 is considered unimportant and you should avoid it. Feminine, soft curves are huge in furniture for summer this year. If you are redecorating a whole room from scratch, look for things like rounded beds and sofas for a statement piece that isn't rough around the edges.
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