Think About The Room You Want to Decorate
Choosing art for your home can be a daunting task. But if you follow these steps and stick to them, you’ll find yourself with a whole collection of beautiful pieces that make your home feel like a gallery!
When you’re choosing furniture for your vibe, it’s important to think about the room you want to decorate. Is it a bright, airy space that gets lots of natural light? Or does it have dimmer lighting and feel more intimate? Consider these factors when deciding what furniture pieces are best for your vibe:
- What is the room used for? Do you use this area as a living room or dining room or office? Once you know what type of space you’re decorating, go from there in selecting pieces that will complement that function.
- How much space do I have? If there’s not enough room in a particular area of your home or apartment then look into small-scale seating options like ottomans or coffee tables with storage capabilities. These items can make all the difference in creating an inviting living space without taking up too much valuable square footage!
What’s Your Vibe?
If you don’t know what your vibe is, it’s time to figure it out. Start by being honest with yourself and looking at what you already have in the room. Then, use your gut instinct—what do you like and dislike? Here are some questions that can help:
- Do you want the room to feel cozy or relaxed?
- Do your clothes tend toward elegant or casual?
- What colors do you gravitate toward when buying new clothes for yourself or for your home?
Look at What You Already Have.
When you’re trying to create a vibe, it’s helpful to look around and see what color palettes are already in your home. If your living room has orange walls and purple accents, then adding more orange or purple pieces probably isn’t going to help achieve the vibe you’re looking for. Instead, look at what other colors are present, and consider bringing those into play with other elements of your space.
Look at the colors you wear with regularity—your favorite jeans might be black or gray, but maybe they’re also blue or red—and consider how they could be incorporated into your bedroom decorating plans. The same goes for cars: if yours is white on top and green underneath (or vice versa), don’t try mixing those two up when picking out wall art for above the bed!
Browse Art and Collect Ideas
Picking the right pieces for your vibe is a lot like collecting art. You need to be inspired by what you see in order to make an informed choice, so there’s no better place to start than looking at art, magazines, and the internet. See what colors, shapes, and themes catch your eye and compile a list of pieces that you love.
Once you have a few ideas about what’s out there, it’s time to narrow down your options by saving images on your phone or computer.
If You Find a Piece That Resonates With You, Go For It!
If you find a piece that resonates with you, go for it! If the work speaks to your soul and makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, then it’s worth taking a risk. Don’t worry about what other people think—in art, everything is subjective. You’re free to make mistakes as long as you learn from them and grow as an artist. Be fearless!
Remember There Are No Strict Rules, Trust Your Gut and Pick Art That Feels Right For You.
Picking art for your home can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed by the endless choices available. Remember there are no strict rules when it comes to decorating your walls! Trust your gut and pick art that feels right for you.
So, what’s the takeaway here? Well, it’s simple—there are no strict rules when it comes to art. If you find a piece that resonates with you, go for it! And remember there are no strict rules when it comes to deciding what pieces stay and what goes. You have the freedom to pick the art that feels right for your space and share the love of art by creating a personalized collection.
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