1. The Entrance Way - first impressions are made walking into that front entrance so think of what people first see when coming into your entrance way. It must be clean, the floors should not be scratched or worn carpets laid down and no dead plants hanging around in pots? Is should be bright and airy looking and the walls nicely painted in a light color?
Remember the first step to success in this task is, not to leave everything to the decorator you hire. Your personality, choice and style should be clearly visible from the interior of your home - - so you have to keep on telling the decorator about your preferences. You need to know what color combination are warmer and what are cooler. This will help you select the colors by keeping in mind the kind of weather you have in your area. For sun room, kitchen and living room you can go for warm colors such as red and orange. You can also use multicolor in some of the rooms such as let one wall be painted with yellow and the other three with orange; this is a perfect combination for rooms that get no access to light and sun.
Many people don't actually know which room to start with, and here it's best to start with the most favorite - the kitchen. It is best to get it done before the other rooms, because this room is important - gastronomically speaking, and needs to be up and running in a matter of days.
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