How to Redecorate Your Home With New Furniture Styles


Sideboards, such as the ones that you see here are among the many furniture pieces that you can use to give your home a new design style. Since these storage furniture pieces are traditionally for storing glassware and dinnerware, they are most at home in the dining area. However, sideboards are so versatile that you can use them in other areas of your home when you are redecorating to give your home a fresh new look.

Redecorating with new furniture styles, however, constitutes more than just adding new pieces. Such a project needs proper planning, as it is comparable to rebooting your home’s design. Approaching the task as if you are decorating from scratch would be a good place to start. The following shows the ideal way for you to proceed with the task.

Decide on a Style


Before you have decided to redecorate your home, it is very likely that you are considering a few style ideas. Set your mind on a particular look that you want and go through with it. In case you saw your design idea online, print it out or at least bookmark them to help you visualize your home’s “after” look. Choose a style that will suit the size and the dominant color of a room. The more definite you are with the new style that you want, easier it will be for you to see the project through.

Don’t Break the Bank


Redecorating with new furniture styles does not necessarily mean that you need to replace your existing pieces completely and buy new ones. Even if you are to change the whole design theme such as switching from classic to contemporary, most of your old furniture will still have some functional and design value. For instance, a contemporary living room will have more depth style-wise with a few smatterings of vintage pieces such as a corner reading chair or side tables. While you may need to purchase new furniture pieces, you don’t have to break the bank by buying more than what you need.

What to Do If You Don’t Want to Spend Much


If you are working on a budget, there several tricks that you can try to make the rooms in your home look as if they underwent a major redesign. One trick is to switch up the arrangement of the furniture elements in a room and then use window treatments that look radically different from your usual curtains. You may want to use sheer curtains to let in more outside light during the day or use blackout drapes for a moodier look. Play with a variety of window treatments as they can drastically change the look and mood in a room. Adding different or additional light sources to a room such as lamps, sconces or even hidden LED strips can also change the look of a room dramatically.

Consider the Fabric and Finish of Your New Furniture


As you go out to buy your new furniture, it will be a good idea to visualize how the design of the fabric or the finish will go with the existing decor. This is especially important if you want your new furniture styles to complement what you already have. Make sure to choose seating furniture fabrics that go well with the dominant color palette of the room. Always stay within your color palette like neutral, pastel or bold when choosing new furniture.

Trust Your Preferences


It will be a bad idea to start second-guessing yourself right in the middle of your redecorating project. Once you start doubting the look that what you have set out to achieve, there is a strong chance that you won’t be happy with the result. Once you have a design idea firmly in place, stick with it and don’t make any adjustments unless you need to.

To recap, you’ll first have to settle on a design before going out to buy new furniture. Afterward, buy only the furniture pieces that you need. Use a few tricks to make the changes appear more noticeable and dramatic. Keep the color palette harmonious and trust your taste in design throughout your redecorating project.

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