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Putting the U into Furnishing

Since I moved into my home earlier this year, I have constantly been searching for inspiration when it comes to decorating. Each room is a blank canvas and the possibilities really are endless. It’s amazing how with a simple coat of paint on the walls, you can completely transform a room. Sometimes making your space an accurate depiction of who you are can be much harder than it seems. Case in point, in 6 months I have already painted then repainted my living room and dining room. Once all the painting was done, I moved on to furnishing. I thought my best strategy would be to tackle one room at a time. That strategy quickly went down the drain and it now has turned into a little bit in this room, a little bit in that. But finally, all is coming together. I’ve come up with a few pointers along the way for us newbies who are decorating for the first time or even for those of us who are just looking to revive our current décor.

1. Never buy out of necessity. What I mean by this is don’t just buy the first sofa you see because you need one and you need one now. Furniture usually a) is pricey and b) is the first impression you will give someone when they come into your home. Put thought and care into each piece you buy.

2. Pick one centerpiece and build the room around it. I wanted a rustic style living room so I bought a table to set the tone and purchased pieces to match. You can start with anything, it doesn’t have to be a table. Try a sofa, a TV lift cabinet or even window treatments.

3. I have always been told to decorate the room first and then paint. I did it backwards and was very happy with the results. I feel that painting is the quickest and easiest way to personalize a space. Especially if you can’t afford to furnish it all at once. A splash of color is a great starting point.

These are just three tips I came up with based on my own experience but like anything, they won’t apply to everyone. What are some other tips for decorating that I might have missed?

Putting the U into Furnishing

Since I moved into my home earlier this year, I have constantly been searching for inspiration when it comes to decorating. Each room is a blank canvas and the possibilities really are endless. It’s amazing how with a simple coat of paint on the walls, you can completely transform a room. Sometimes making your space an accurate depiction of who you are can be much harder than it seems. Case in point, in 6 months I have already painted then repainted my living room and dining room. Once all the painting was done, I moved on to furnishing. I thought my best strategy would be to tackle one room at a time. That strategy quickly went down the drain and it now has turned into a little bit in this room, a little bit in that. But finally, all is coming together. I’ve come up with a few pointers along the way for us newbies who are decorating for the first time or even for those of us who are just looking to revive our current décor.

1. Never buy out of necessity. What I mean by this is don’t just buy the first sofa you see because you need one and you need one now. Furniture usually a) is pricey and b) is the first impression you will give someone when they come into your home. Put thought and care into each piece you buy.

2. Pick one centerpiece and build the room around it. I wanted a rustic style living room so I bought a table to set the tone and purchased pieces to match. You can start with anything, it doesn’t have to be a table. Try a sofa, a TV lift cabinet or even window treatments.

3. I have always been told to decorate the room first and then paint. I did it backwards and was very happy with the results. I feel that painting is the quickest and easiest way to personalize a space. Especially if you can’t afford to furnish it all at once. A splash of color is a great starting point.

These are just three tips I came up with based on my own experience but like anything, they won’t apply to everyone. What are some other tips for decorating that I might have missed?

TV Stands That Can Really Work in Your Home

It’s true. The living room is the heart of your home, but what about considering what’s at this room’s center? If you’re home is like most, it’s probably your TV and it’s important to know that your TV has to be able to flow with the rest of your room in order to keep the same feel throughout your home. After all, there’s nothing worse than having your entire vibe being thrown off by an ugly TV stand that’s stuck right in the middle of the living room. Make sure that this never happens in your home.

At ImportAdvantage.com, we’re proud to carry a great selection of TV Stands that are ideal for housing your Plasma TV without interrupting the look and feel of the heart of your home. Don’t worry, when you add one of our TV stands, you’ll still keep that warm, welcoming, and comfortable vibe that you love so much about the room.

So what are you waiting for? Be sure that you get stunningly beautiful TV Stands today at ImportAdvantage.com.

TV Stands That Can Really Work in Your Home

It’s true. The living room is the heart of your home, but what about considering what’s at this room’s center? If you’re home is like most, it’s probably your TV and it’s important to know that your TV has to be able to flow with the rest of your room in order to keep the same feel throughout your home. After all, there’s nothing worse than having your entire vibe being thrown off by an ugly TV stand that’s stuck right in the middle of the living room. Make sure that this never happens in your home.

At ImportAdvantage.com, we’re proud to carry a great selection of TV Stands that are ideal for housing your Plasma TV without interrupting the look and feel of the heart of your home. Don’t worry, when you add one of our TV stands, you’ll still keep that warm, welcoming, and comfortable vibe that you love so much about the room.

So what are you waiting for? Be sure that you get stunningly beautiful TV Stands today at ImportAdvantage.com.

 
 
 
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