Air quality in your home is very important for your health. Your rugs have a huge impact on the air quality in your home.
Home décor is a way of being truly immersed in your comforts. Your home is your environment that can adapt and change to whatever your brain can conjure. Interior decoration is a beautiful constellation of anything and everything; it floats through the home on a current, leaving it’s markings with rippling ideas and splashes of thought. This is the importance of home décor. It is such a pliable and flexible way to accentuate style all the while, establishing a comfort zone within the home.
When it comes to interior decorating, it is a must to establish what you’re aiming for or, at least, a style preference that you have in mind. Without some sort of idea in mind, you can get lost in the vast plains of home decorating and wind up with something you do not like or understand. The way I start, I look at things generally like colors and items. I’ll take a color I enjoy and that won’t make me feel enveloped. Lighter colors give rooms the illusion of being light in weight themselves. When things are lighter in weight, they will move easier without the feeling of constant pressure. This gives rooms a free and flowing feeling where you won’t feel captive to the feelings that color can press onto you. However, a room with no darker colors can feel like it’s floating around and not grounded. Darker room colors can work, but you’ll need to be able to lift the room with lighter accents to balance it out. Western rugs have been rising in popularity recently and are a good option for most.
Decorative objects can do a large part of heavy lifting with the weight of the room and the feeling. If you’re going with a softer styled room, you’ll want objects with rounded corners and avoid sharply defined objects. Softer colors also do a great deal in attributing to a softer style; even the light color from lamps can affect this. A more formal grown up look, like contemporary or modern styled rooms today, stick to neutral colors and shapes. Geometric plant pots, slick tables, open layouts, lots of natural lighting, and a clear finish to everything can seal off the look. Every aspect in the room contributes to the overall look of the room. One thing I like to do to check if the room flows together is to step back and take a big look at the room. I’ll run my eyes from one side of the room to the other, and see if it sticks out.
To finish off any room, a classic way to go is add some simple wall art. From plant paintings, geometric color dashes, different biomes or seasons, etc. It depends on the theme of the room. Another great addition is a plant; fake or real it isn’t super important. In a room, things can give off a lifeless impression on those inside. Adding a plant simply adds some life to it and makes the room more comforting to be in. The shape of the plant, color, and pot design all do matter to the effect on the room. To be safe, I always go with classics like devils ivy, miniature palms, small succulents, and spider plants. Can’t ever go wrong with some classic indoor plants; real or fake! Lastly, if you room feels too far apart and open, a rug can help tie the room in. It draws in the furniture and walls like a magnet and keeps things together.