Eurobin AveScandinavian Living Room, Sydney
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Home sweet homeWhile my house may never be featured on Houzz because of what it lacks, I think the happiness it brings our family makes up for many missing design features. Houses, like people, are always a work in progress, and small jobs can create big changes. I think it’s time for a trip to the hardware store…Tell usWe’d love to hear about any small changes you’ve made to your house that have made a big difference to your family. Share your tales in the Comments below and join the conversation. MoreBrowse Houzz Tours and get inspired
See the whole spaceThe first aspect of selecting a wall colour is understanding that creating a colour scheme isn’t just about your wall colour; your scheme includes trims and doors, cabinetry, flooring, curtains or blinds and furniture. Your floor colouring may also completely change the way your wall colour appears, so don’t decide on a wall colour in isolation from every other hue in your house. Tip: The best way to decide on a wall colour is when you have a swatch surrounded by all the other colour samples you plan on having in the space.
6. Double up on rugsUnless you have one custom made, it can be tricky to find a rug that fits the exact space you require – so think outside the square and use two – or even three! Layering works best when rugs are on the thinner side and in complementary hues.