If you plan to live alone, if the time to escape from the nest has arrived … if the time has come to open wings and leave your parents’ house, here is going to have a help to decorate your new home interior.
Living alone is not an easy task: you have to manage on your own, without anyone’s help; you have to cook, pay your own bills, and tolerate loneliness when you want to have company or be accompanied … so, if we add to all these complications the fact of having a horrible interior design … things are put even worse.
Following these 5 tips can help you in several things, so, they must be your future golden rules:
-Velvet is a must
Velvet is a material for daring or classic. It all depends on how you want to see it. What is clear is that “either you love it or you hate it”. There is no middle ground. Being a special material that gives texture and degrades colors, it is very interesting to incorporate it in small doses within our decoration. When you are sure and want to bet all your cards to him, then you can look for a velvet upholstered sofa, an armchair, a headboard. In short, larger pieces that mark the style of the rest of the space.
-The invasion of the millenial rose:
The millenial rose has a very characteristic orange and powdered touch. It is a color that fits well with the neutrals and, in its right measure, can give a cozy touch to any space.
-The macramé has returned:
Attention, lovers of the boho style: the macramé has come back to stay. In details on the walls, like bedspreads on the bed, on handmade cushions … it’s everywhere! This trend extols the charm of the ‘Do it yourself’ decoration. We have all fallen to their appeal, sometimes it is a matter of knowing where to place a piece to see it with better perspective. The best thing about this trend is that it can be applied to many things we already have, from flower vases to lamps or blankets.
The more similar to the Amazonian forest it looks alike, the better. (JOKE!) It’s cheap, nice and gives an effect wow! to many houses. Indoor plants are generally easy to maintain. They do not need too much maintenance or absolutely none. The best thing about plants is that you can take care of them and see how they grow. In addition, they are great to add an interesting touch to any space that previously lacked interest.
-Fabrics and furniture: all of them dyed by hand:
This trend is also prevailing in fashion. Fabrics are increasingly important, now it is no longer necessary to have many cushions, but to have them of the best quality. In this case, the hand-dyed cushions offer an exceptional and exclusive design. “We love the idea of upholstering an inherited piece of furniture with a hand-made fabric, it is really spectacular,” the habitissimo experts tell us.