Professional home decorators know how to play up with your house's strengths; hide its flaws and make the house most appealing. For freshening up your home's interior and for the stunning look here are some tips for you.

1. Set The Entrance Tone

If you want your house to make a great first impression, set the entrance tone. Systematic decor interior and clean entrance talks a lot about home. Choose the door color bright and add some creative design on the door. Have proper lighting and in the porch area. Hang some welcome flowers or arch on the door.

2. Wall Colors

Light natural colors are the symbol of peace and relaxation. When a person arrives at your house, he will find the peace so choose the natural color or very light color instead of bright colors. Stick to colors like beige or gray, especially on the first floor. Neutral walls give you the best decorating flexibility will allow you to switch up your accessories quickly. If you’ve two small rooms next to each other, paint them the same neutral color helps them feel more substantial.

 3. Furniture

There is a lot of things comes in mind when we start thinking about furniture. But let's start with the living room sofa and chairs. Décor them with light colors and bright pillows or if you choose dark color furniture to choose a light color interior design. There is nothing better than contrast combination. The furniture should be arranged in groupings that invite conversation. When you place the furniture in your living room, aim for a similar sense of balance and intimacy. Keep the conversation area of a U-shape, with a sofa and two chairs facing each other at each end of the coffee table, or an H-shape. Avoid common mistakes: Pushing all the furniture against the walls. Many people do that because they think it will make their room look more prominent, but in reality, floating the furniture away from the walls makes the room feel larger.

 4. Let The Sun Shine In

When it comes to massive, outdated drapes, a naked bank of windows is better than an ugly one; window dressings should be functional and elegant. If your room gets a lot of suns, fix the light colors that won't fade.

5. Hang The Mirror

Mirrors can make space feel brighter because they bounce the light around the room, yet placing mirrors in the wrong spot can be almost as bad as not having one at all. Set the mirrors on walls perpendicular to windows, not directly across from them. Hanging a mirror directly opposite a window can bounce the light right back out the window.

6. Scale Artwork

There are few things more ridiculous-looking than hanging dinky little art too high on the wall; the picture should hang at eye level. Take scale into account; for a large wall, go big with one oversize piece or group smaller pieces gallery-style. For the last art hanging, don't space the pictures too far apart; a distance of 2-4 inches between wall picture art usually looks best.

7. Layer Your Lighting

Every room should have three kinds of lighting. (I) Ambient provides overall illumination and often comes from ceiling fixtures. (II) Task, is often found over a kitchen island or a reading nook; and (III) Accent is more decorative, highlighting, artwork states the beauty of the home. For a living room, you should have at least 3 watts (42 lumens) per square foot. One visual trick Breining swears by using up lights.

 8. Anchor Rugs Under Furniture

The rug should define the seating area. Choose the rug colors and designs that fit with your interior. Don’t choose too long or too short carpet. Choose the dark or bright color of rug because they may catch the dirt very quickly if the light intensity is chosen you may have to face difficulty in cleaning and maintaining.

 9. Call In A Proto Declutter

The longer you live in a house, the less you see the mess over time. Sometimes you need a fresh pair to your eyes. You can do it yourself or hire an organizer for a few hours to tackle bookshelves and closets, which are often packed with twice the amount of stuff they should hold. Whittling down what's on your shelves by 50 percent. Then mix horizontal stacks of books among the vertical rows and intersperse decorative objects, such as bowls or vases, among them.

10. Use Visual Tricks to Raise The Ceiling

If your ceilings are on the low side, paint them white to make the room feel less claustrophobic. Hang curtains higher than the windows. Trick your eye into thinking, and the place is taller. Try vertical stripes the lines visually elongate your walls. Leaning a large mirror against a wall can also make a room seem taller.

Author Bio: Preeti Shah is a person who loves checking out different styles and designs of houses. She took interior designing in college and is practicing in the field of home improvement for six years now. In her spare time, she is usually searching the web for interesting and fascinating home designs.

Published by Zac Ferry