Imagine your room as a book, it owns stories and you are the main author. Page by page, you want to make it wonderful as you only live once. But becoming the solo content creator is not an easy-peasy thing to do. It is miles away from how effortless you mix-match your weekend outfits.
If you were inspired by some fashion bloggers to wear denim jacket outside your white dress or the ‘nowadays’ monochromatic look, you’re also able to find endless ideas from Pinterest for either the interior concept of your apartment or studio. Various genres that match your styles are just as far as a typing on your phone.
However, it can’t be done just by a flick of your fingers. It’s gonna take a lot of time and maybe a tight budget setting, note that you still need to hire an Interior Designer, to transform your ideas into reality. Scroll down some steps that thoughtfully told by our very own designer, Nydia Orlatta, to create the concept you like;
A story needs a theme. First thing first, pick two or three keywords that represent ambience you want, it might be warm-sophisticated-neat, masculine-clean-cool, or anything, you name it.
Second, you need to choose 2 colors and 1 neutral color as the balancer. If you have any portrait you like, you can also simply select the colors from it.
We have our own favorite furniture stores, it might be IKEA, JYSK, or anything, you make the call. Buy all the practical furniture you need and put in mind the two steps above as considerations. Remember that it doesn’t include your wardrobe or kitchen set, both should be measured to fit in your place well.
Finding the right one doesn’t just apply to your other half, it goes the same with decorations inside your room. You don’t want a shocking pink glittery table runner leans on your Rustic table, or a rainbow unicorn cushion awkwardly sitting on the Vintage sofa you have.
(All Pictures Courtesy Pinterest)
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