How To Decorate Your Condominium?
Decorating a home is no joke, especially if you have never done it before. You will find yourself pouring over countless design books, and visiting various websites, comparing looks, coming up with ideas. And all this is necessary; after all, your home is your sanctuary. Here are a few more ideas and suggestions to add to your list when it comes to decorating a condo home…
Consider the Usage of It
Before you call in a professional to help you out with Singapore condo interior design, we suggest that you think carefully about what and how you are going to be using this condo. Is this your home, a space you will use everyday? Or like a weekend getaway place that you will use one in a while? Is it a space you will be using alone, or a space you will be sharing with others? Is it a space you will have guests over, a space you will entertain in? All these make a difference when having to decorate this kind of space.
Colors, Colors and More Colors
Unlike the interior decoration and designing of a studio apartment, you need not stick to one color when it comes to condominiums. If you have a smaller condo, like a weekend getaway condominium, try to use colors in their lighter shades. Light blues and lilacs are a few personal favorites of ours. Use reflective accessories like mirrors to spread the light through your home. Look at the whole room’s colors as a whole, rather thank using one color.
Save On Space; Furnish With Care
When it comes to furnishing this kind of home, it is always best to do so with care. If it is the smaller kind, then you will need to save on space. If it is a home that has no short comings with faith, then it is also important that you take care for her not to know this. Interior design books and websites suggest that you make sure you know the function of each individual purpose in your home. Use breakfast bars instead of a kitchen table, instantly creating more space.
Divide Your Spaces the Smart Way
When it comes to smaller and cozier homes, we always prefer open floors with plenty of sky lights. However, if you are not a big fan of open spaces, then we suggest you use transparent room dividers or partitions. These are a great option not only to divide up you humongous living room but also to make sure the kitchen smells stays within its boundaries, even without a wall to contain it. Apart from these plastic partitions, you can also divide up your space using bookshelves, and transparent materials.