Home décor needs to be
well-planned including the budget available,
priorities, floor plan, tools, equipments and supplies
needed and actual purpose of the project including
expansion of family, changing style and theme of home,
repainting it or equipping it for specific cases such
as kids, orderlies or disabled people along with
making addition to the home and getting rid of
moisture in homes, so that you don't run into problems
that you haven't thought of before. Here are some
things that you need to keep in mind before you start
working on the project:
Write down the desired features and elements
such as additional storage or change in furniture.
Mark the options you can do yourself and you
do not need to spend money on them such as rearranging the
furniture and artwork and getting rid of clutter in one color.
Use another color to mark the DIY options
with small budget.
The left-out items such as changing
electrical and plumbing systems, major renovations and
remodeling and installing high-tech intricate appliances may
need professional help and more money, so you can prioritize
them and implement them at your ease.
Floor plans can be made by hand or using
software. If the blueprint of the house is available, you can
have exact structural, electrical and plumbing layouts and
dimensions. Take into account measurements of walls, doors,
windows, fireplace and other fixed.
An interesting furniture arrangement idea
with fireplace as focal point includes placement a pair of
loveseats or a sofa, coffee table and two club chair set in
front of the fire, facing each other.
Sofa can be placed facing the fireplace,
window or TV and then end tables and side tables can be kept
according to the position of the sofa.
There should be enough space to reach the
dresser or closet in the bedroom, ideally two feet.
For quality décor in small budget, it is
best to do as much as you can on your own including buying the
material you need.
However, hire a professional for electrical
and plumbing work for safety and quality work.