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  • 4 Decor Myths That You Should Stop Believing
    November 1, 2017


    Getting the interior decor done for your dream home requires much contemplation as the decor is simply not just the transformation of barren floors and walls, but also sets up the ambience and that homely vibes you crave for when returning home after a long day. And when you decide to do the job on your own, you may be faced with the dilemma of choosing what rules and instructions to follow from the myriad suggestions you get from everywhere. The best to do in such situations is not to follow any conventional decor wisdom. There are many misconceptions regarding home decor doing the rounds on internet and it is always wise to not follow those rules and create something unique on your own.

    Here are 4 decor myths you need to stop believing.

     1. White ceilings

    It has been a decor custom to paint the ceilings white. Instead of the boring monochrome, you can opt to add wooden panels, wall papers or textured paint to bring in some life.

     2. Dining chairs has to be a set

    Another preconceived notion is that all dining chairs should be the same and should match the dining table. But it is always fun to incorporate different chairs, bar stools or benches to flaunt a contemporary style.

     3. Bedroom fabrics should match

    It is not mandatory to get matching pillow covers for bed sheets or hang curtains that match the bedspreads. You can always mix and match colour and patterns to add a vibrant feel.

     4. Dark colours make room smaller

    If you are bored with those pastel colours that come in the painting catalogue, skip that and get dark colours to being in some drama and sophistication. Also it is a misconception that dark colours cannot light up the room and make it look bigger.

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