How To Know When Decorations Aren’t Right For Your Home

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Decorating shouldn’t be rushed, and often impulse buys can result in a busy, over-cluttered look if you don’t have a plan. Whether you’re starting fresh or just need a revamp, the most exciting part is going to the store and collecting ideas of all the pieces you want to buy to fill a certain space. Sometimes, what looks great on a shelf might not fit your actual layout, and once you try to add too much or over-arrange, clutter ensues. Finding a large cabinet that would match your interior and hold a lot of loose items sounds like the ideal fit for an entryway or bedroom, but if you aren’t using the area where this would go a lot or can’t afford to sacrifice the floor space, this decor might not be right for your current needs. 

Rather than jumping into buying that new hallway bench or armoire for the guest bedroom, allow the space to sit empty (or at least as minimally filled as possible) and interact with it on a daily basis for 3 or 4 days. Watch where certain items go when you need to set them down, or where you tend to gravitate toward, then plan around those areas. Perhaps the hallway needs a shoe-hiding cabinet that is slim enough to leave floor space, too. Maybe a bench will provide storage as well as a flat surface to place items on while people hang their coats in a closet.

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