Making an interior truly yours depends on knowing a few handy hints and tips before you start
The modern interior depends on many elements to achieve a restful and coordinated space. When an interior starts to feel uncomfortable and you can't quite put your finger on what's wrong, it may be time to take stock. When I wanted to make my home look comfortable and creative,
I didn’t have a clue when it came to choosing colours or accessories.
I’d put up a painting or two and hope my eclectic collection of photos, colourful accessories and precious objects would make my interiors
look vibrant and interesting.
No such luck! My interiors looked chaotic and uncomfortable.
I didn’t know how to make things better so I gave up. Then, I was asked to make a bespoke painting to bring all colours in a bedroom together. I was dubious at first. Painting to order was something I had never done. Was I crossing the line between emotive fine art and decorative art?
To cut a long story short, I soon discovered you can make decorative art and, at the same time, fine art that becomes an emotional touch-point.
After completing the bespoke painting, I was impressed with how beautiful and peaceful the room looked and wanted the same thing for myself.
I started simply by changing one room.
It worked and it wasn't overly expensive to do.
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