It’s in our nature to get bored when we see the same thing over and over again and then we always seek for some kind of change. It’s normal if you get tired seeing the same colour coordination for a while in your hall way or dining room and we might want to do something to change the design. When we first moved into the home I’m living in, I wanted my room to be painted baby pink and my sister wanted it to be light purple but with time, in less than two years we both got tired seeing the same colour plus even the décor we had to use the same theme like at all times and although we see some nice rose golds or blacks we couldn’t coordinate them much with the design we had and had to always stick to the chosen shades.
Then by the time we both turned into teenagers, we needed them to be quite different. My sister wanted it with more beige while I needed one whole wall painted in black. That was one of the stupidest mistakes I have ever done as I needed a change the next two years again and that had to go through so many quotes to be painted into white. This is when I realized that we both weren’t that smart in choosing our room decorating ideas as with each new colour wash our curtains had to change as well; this was way before we even got to know about DIY roller blind.
If I’m to give some smart tips for someone who’s styling up their home, the first thing I’d say is if at all it’s possible to avoid painting walls a different shade every time you need change, do that. Unless you are painting it in a lighter shade or smaller area, think multiple times whether you really need this painted, if not go for something like wall stickers. They can completely serve the purpose plus they come in rather cooler designs. It’s easier to stick in and out at the same time, less hassle than painting up the walls. Unless you have panel glide blinds for the best sun shade material, when you attempt to paint the colour can be sprinkled all over the windows, glasses and even on the floor.
The hallway or the salon of the house, try to keep it in basic shades as possible that way you will not have to play around as much when it comes for a new décor change. Some do get fancy with each season or festive event and if you have more specific shades, it will be difficult to coordinate with each new decor piece. It’s good to get fancy but it better be a smart way of being fancy otherwise it doubles the trouble.