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Home Interior Design Idea – 4 Super tips To Make A Difference


Designing home interiors need not be as difficult as climbing mount Everest. There is just one simple rule when it comes to designing home interiors , do what you have never done before and your home will start looking a great place to you. It will show you the “other side” of its beauty which you have never thought of. Let’s have a look at some of the potential ideas you can implement to make your home interiors special.

1) Wallpapers

Wallpapers can create a big impact on interior design of any home if used properly. For example you can paste a wallpaper on a dead wall of your dining room that is a real life photograph of seashore and see the difference. I have seen this personally in my friends home. I drastically changes the mood of other family members during dinner time by creating an altogether different mood than a dead plane wall.

2) Paints

If wallpapers are not affordable play with color schemes or a combination of plain colors on just one wall and see what happens. Just small change in the regular colored plain walls can add extra
interest in your home without spending extra money.

3) Textured plaster

Textured plaster is sometimes used on entrance lobbies or selected small portions of interior walls to create an interest. One of the amazing things about textured plaster is that it casts shadows on the
wall surface when direct sunlight falls on them.

4) Tile cladding

Cladding done with stone or ceramic tiles can definitely spice up the home interiors. This type of relief work is more popular for bathrooms or children bedrooms. Small pieces of tiles can be pasted using
special glue on the wall surface to create patterns or stories in children bedrooms.

These are just a few ways amongst many that can make your interiors a memorable experience to your guests and add charm in your home. I hope it helps you to develop more interesting ides.

Copyright Shrinivas Vaidya

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