Interiors Not Passing The Test? Perhaps You’re Asking The Wrong Questions

When it comes to getting our houses the way we want, most of us opt for traditional methods. We head to the store and come home with reels of tester wallpaper and endless tiny pots of paint. We stick, slick, and slime our walls to get some idea of how each style would work. And, even after that, some of us struggle to get a decent idea.
Let’s be honest; a tester strip of paint in the corner is rarely judgement enough whether it would work in the whole room. What’s more, you then have to put up with a wall which looks like a beauty blogger’s arm. No matter what way you look at it, endless swatches of test colours aren’t the ideal interior choice.

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But, you’d be wrong to assume you’re stuck with options like these. By thinking outside the box, it’s actually possible to get a much more comprehensive idea of how design choices will work. All you need to do is make use of options like these instead.

Sketch

So, you want to know how to get your bedroom looking the way you want it? Why not do a few sketches of the space to get an idea? Even if drawing isn’t your thing, this could be a fantastic way of getting an exact idea of what you want. Even the most basic of sketches can help you decide whether you want a feature wall or not. This option could also help you decide between paint and wallpaper, as well as giving you ideas of colours. If that red will be too dark in the space, your sketch is sure to show it. What’s more, you get to have fun colouring. What’s not to love?


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Buy a dolls house
As well as making fantastic features in themselves, dolls houses provide endless opportunities for interior design. Even if you’ve never considered this before, it might be worth investing. After all, dolls houses provide the chance for decoration on a tiny scale. And, that can teach you everything you need to know, especially when it comes to colour. If you want to, you could even invest in some dolls house furniture similar to what you have in your home, and test out a few different layouts without breaking your back. And, best of all, this option allows you a blank canvas anytime you fancy it. Can’t say fairer than that.

Get on the computer
If you have a technical mind, it might be worth heading to your computer here. After all, in an age where we can 3D print just about anything, you’d be stupid not to consider tech help with interiors. Even basic painting programs could help you here if you didn’t fancy the sketching idea. If you want to this further, programs like Sketchup will allow you to create and fill 3D versions of your rooms. This is like dolls houses for a digital age. And, you don’t even need to get dirty to achieve it!

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