When it comes to interior design, we’re all chasing the dream of our perfect home, our dream home. It’s only natural, as our home is an extension of ourselves, and so we want it to look the part. Our homes should be perfectly suited to our interests and our lifestyle, so we go to great lengths to ensure that’s the case. We spend the time, effort, and/or money in order to create our dream home to fulfill that purpose, because we deserve it, and we’re willing to do whatever we can to achieve that goal. However, sometimes you don’t know what perfect looks like to you, and it can be difficult to nail down a plan for your dream renovations. That’s why I’m here: to help you out with some idea seeds that, when watered with your own imagination, will grow into the tree that is your new dream home.
First and foremost, consider the power of commemorating your achievements. We all have hobbies and interests that serve to fill us with joy, or, in the worst of times, lift our spirits. And, there’s sure to be some memorabilia of one kind or another associated with those hobbies. Moreover, these items tend to be directly linked with accomplishments within your hobby, and, so, these items also double as decoration. Decorating your space with mementos that commemorate your achievements is a great way to not only decorate your space but also to serve as a reminder of what you’re capable of, and how far you have left to go to perfect your craft. So, for example, check out this video before heading out on your snowmobile to shred the powder and create some new memories and career highlights with which you can decorate you space. Or, you could hang your latest masterpiece. The sky’s the limit!
Another way to create your dream home is to craft your own furniture and decor. Woodworking is a popular for many, and for good reason. We all need a variety of furniture for various purposes, and you could stand to save a ton of money by making your own, not to mention the fulfilling nature of working with your hands. So, why not take this skill to task by making your own furniture and decor? While less popular than woodworking, smithing is another popular hobby, so you could also make these items out of metal, if you so chose. This allows you to furnish your home with inexpensive and unique items, instead of store bought equivalents. Alternatively, another way to bring the unique element to your home is by thrift shopping. Thrift stores carry secondhand items at reduced prices, and so you’re sure to find cheap vintage items that will stand out from the crowd. Either way, unique furniture and decor are sure to bring something to the table when creating your new home. With a unique feel to it, your space is sure to scream “YOU” to all of your guests.