When decorating your interior, you look everywhere for inspiration. Many people check Pinterest or Instagram. Or look in the many interior design magazines that are available. Here you can really find the most beautiful designs, but some can be really unaffordable or not feasible.
Why don't we look a little closer to ourselves to find inspiration for decorating a particular room or space. Everyone has one or more favorite colors, flowers, animals, maybe even a painting. You can easily use all these favorites as your source of inspiration.
I recently designed a master bedroom with a peacock as a source of inspiration.
This bird has beautiful colors, radiates elegance, wealth, beauty and royalty.
You can use the colors of the peacock as basic colors for your interior and finish with luxurious fabrics, materials and decorations.
A box spring with a high headboard in dark green velvet can become the eye-catcher in the bedroom. Finish this off with dark, gold-colored sheets decoration and decorative cushions.
You don't have to use a peacock everywhere in decoration, on the sheets or as a large one poster (possible of course). But by using the right colors and materials, the master bedroom gets a royal, elegant, graceful feeling.
If you prefer a rural atmosphere, you can look at the colors of moose, snowy owls, deer, etc. to achieve this.
Maybe you have ever been on a city trip to a certain city or country and this city or country really enchanted you. The colors of the buildings, the architecture, the customs or traditions. You can also use this as a source of inspiration when decorating your interior.
At the furnishing your home it is and remains important that it feels like your house and home and this should be reflected by seeking inspiration in what you like to see or do.
You can not only use this method of working in your interior at home, but you can also use it, for example, when developing the interior of your home. catering business.
After finding your source of inspiration, there are countless options for proceeding with the actual design. My to go tip here is, talk to an interior design professional, ask interior advice On.