How To Decorate Your New Home by vkv6443


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									You are really excited because you are moving into a new home and
although it is structurally sound the interior decorating is not quite to
your taste. Sometimes when people sell their homes they do a good job of
presentation but when they have moved out and the furniture is gone then
the cracks begin to show. The lighting may have obscured the fact that
the ceiling is dingy and the curtains may have hidden the peeling paint
on the window frames. Whatever the situation it is usually the case that
most people get involved to some extent in new home decorating.

You bought the house because you liked the general scheme of things but
now you have decided that the avocado bathroom suite really isn’t to your
taste. You have a couple of options here, you can get hold of a couple of
cans of special bathroom paint and cover it up so that all you need to
replace is the toilet. On the other hand you might decide that white
bathroom suites are a must for you and a complete change is called for.
If this is the case then it is a good idea to go to a specialist bathroom
outlet or one of the discount do it yourself outlets. If you do some
rudimentary research and look around you may find that you can get a new
bathroom suite quite cheaply – then you are left with the problem of
installing it.

Unless you are used to a mix of plumbing and electric and unless you have
a kind relative or friend who is in the trade then you will probably have
to have a professional in to install it. New showers are a particular
problem for beginning do-it-yourself enthusiasts and really require
professional expertise.

If the bathroom suite is ok then perhaps the smallest room in the house
would benefit from a coat of paint or maybe some new tiles. Even a new
blind would brighten a tired bathroom.

If the kitchen is the bug bear in your new home then try updating the
cabinets, either with new doors or just a coat of paint. Paint the walls
if they really need it but don’t go for bright colors – they soon look
tired. Neutral is best, then add color with blinds and accessories

Before you make any decisions take a good look around your new home.
Decorating may not be the answer. Unless there are things that you feel
you feel you really can’t live with then try using different furniture
arrangements and swapping curtains i.e. living room to bedroom etc. Get
some potted plants if you don’t have them because they brighten any room.

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