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.
2. The living room - if you have hardwood floors, they should not be scratched and should be bright and shinning or if carpeted the carpets should be clean and not worn. The furniture should be the right size for the room and not oversized and should be in great shape and not covered with electrical tape trying to hold it together, do not laugh, I have seen it. The walls should be painted in a light color and windows clean and shinning, the drapes should match the room and have eye appeal. The just read newspaper should not be open and lying on the coffee table. Everything should be in its place. Fresh flowers always look nice.
Speaking of taking turns, and using the serenity room as a couple, this is a primary reason for making one. Too many couples relinquish their relationship to the various noises of their lives: jobs; kids; 'shoulds'; appointments and necessities with other couples. One of the tenets of the caffection model is a new focus on couples, and ways to celebrate the primary relationship.
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