Designing and decorating living room interiors is a classic experience for many homeowners. You are creating a personal space within your home, which will form the first impression of your home, and your lifestyle in the mind of the visitor who visits for the first time. If the visual quality of your home interiors is full of clutter then it can have a bad impact immediately.
Sadly many few people understand that designing is an inside process. Normally what peopled do is buy a bunch of interior design magazines and try to copy what other designers have done for their clients. You may get some nice ideas by looking at the works done by professional designers but there remains one important question unanswered, which is.
Does your living room interior design reflect your personality?
Now this is so important in the first place?
Every interior space, which has been designed or just happened to be the way it is, is a reflection of your personality in some way or the other. If you get inspired by beautiful designs you see in the movies, interior design magazines or television shows and try to copy them, then what will happen is after a few days they will start to reflect the truth about
What I mean is what looks beautiful in pictures may not be as comfortable in reality for you. Your definition of comfort can never match with other person's perspective on comfortable spaces. So before you think of copying from someone else's design make sure to check out your own needs and triggers that make your comfortable.
For example one person looks at a photo of a living room with beautiful chandelier hanging from top and grabs a similar one from a website that sells lighting fixtures. Spends quite a lot of money on this gadget and his living room is now looking beautiful. But after a few days of using this he realizes that it consumes lots of electricity and secondly there's too much light in his living room causing unnecessary glare.
So first know your standards of comfort living and then cleverly make choices that will help you to not only save money but also at the same time create spaces where you can really relax and enjoy your day with family and friends. What's the point spending your hard-earned money on living room interior decorating that will only make you unhappy?