Tips on decorating the new house

Decorating the house with attention to detail can make a big difference on your visitors view your house and it paints an impression of yourself. The house on its own will not have much of an impression on anybody unless it is decorated well. Think about the room you are staying in for example, does it look appealing to you?

Can you spend the night after work in your room comfortably? If you can jot down ideas on the type of room you want your bedroom to look like and you think that it will make you feel more at home, then hold of your moving company in Auckland, because once you move In there is such little time for you to think about such things and all you want is to set the house up and get on with life.

So, lets give you a few tips on what you can do to decorate the new house.

Gather your inspirations

Start thinking and begin research on the laptop, and start pulling out all those brochures, fabric samples, colour swatches, and everything that you’ve been stashing away.

Open your bookmarks on your computer browser, lay out those magazine articles, and get ready to start mixing and matching. Or matching and matching. Either way, it’s time to narrow down your choices.

Style and placement

Think about decorating one room at a time and get help from your family members on how each member wants there bedroom to look like. Maybe ask them for a picture of the type of room they would prefer, which makes its easier as you go out for shopping and selecting the right products by choice.

Having a room inspiration photo is very ideal when moving into the new house and bear in mind you can always make adjustments. To find some interior pictures visit Pinterest where you can select the rooms of your choice and save the picture to get ideas.

Think about the style

Brainstorm some ideas on how you perceive your house to look like; modern, traditional, etc. It would not be a good look if you decorate your lounge into a traditional look, but a modern decor for your kitchen. Think of different styles and pick one that you could lay out in the main areas such as kitchen, lounge, guest room, walkways, stairs, guest bathroom and lobby. Each style is different and varies depending on the type of house you have and the layout of it.

Some thoughts about your bedrooms

You spend a third of your life in the bedroom, so you should carefully consider what you want to make it like and have it fit your lifestyle. Start with choosing the bed and the other bedroom furniture. While you may be able to save money in other areas, buying a good-quality mattress and pillows is always a sound investment.

Your choice of color is also critical in a bedroom. Choose a lighter hue if you are a morning person, or a darker color if you are a later riser. The bedroom lighting is important for setting the right mood, as well as for allowing you to read and get dressed in the space.

Get rid of the old furniture

Obviously moving into the new house would change your mind set about some of the furniture back in the old house. It won’t all fit into the new plan and might even affect the look of the new house, so be wise and get rid of the furniture that you think will not fit well with the new house plan. You could have a garage sale to make back some of the cash and invest into the new furniture that would better fit in with the new plan. Or simply donate some to the poor.

Contact your local Auckland movers for your next move. Happy moving everyone J