1. Relying on a light source
If you don’t want your house to look like a hospital, it’s a bad idea to rely on just one light source. Adding layers of different types of light sources is now a norm not only for living spaces, but also for the workplace and other interiors. While recessed luminaires are an excellent source of general lighting, pendant lamps, floor lamps, ceiling lamps, etc. are excellent for ambient lighting. Headlights are useful for highlighting specific works of art or highlighting specific areas. Work lights are also important and very functional, especially at the reading table or in the kitchen.
2. Sentimental Decor
If it’s ugly, just don’t show it as a décor.
3. Hotel room
-inspired interiorInstead, just try to figure out your own style.
4. Carpets with wrong size
The use of a carpet that is too small or too large is a big mistake in the interior. You should make sure that all furniture is placed on the carpet. There are different guides for different rooms. For information on choosing the carpet with the right size, see the following instructions.
5. Hanging curtains too low
Position the hanging rod about 6 inches of the window level or go up to the ceiling. It is also important that curtains touch the floors to give the room more dimension and create the illusion of a larger space. Even with a smaller window, the stack is stacked larger when the curtain is stacked next to the window instead of just covering the window.
6. Too many iconic pieces in one room
Too much to watch takes everything into the spotlight. Each room should have its own focus and putting too many pieces of decoration together just doesn’t help.
7. Use only one Era décor
The use of only one era-inspired furnishing style can lead to a major flaw in the interior design. Just try to mix the styles that match your own preferences and style.
8. Too many gallery walls
They make your room look clearer.
9. Strong contemporary style
If you mix it with other styles that are warmer, your room will become a little more accessible and homely.
10. Hanging art at the wrong height
Position the art at eye level about 55 to 60 inches above the ground. If you hang it too high or too low, your room looks a bit strange.