The big moment has arrived; you are moving into your new condo soon. How do you arrange it to make it a chic and harmonious place while making the most of the space? Here are three tips you should have in mind.
- A Monochrome That Makes A Whole
A condo is a unit. Rather than giving a separate personality to each room, we select decorative elements in the same color palette, from the living room to the bedroom. This cohesion will give the impression that each of the pieces extends into the next and gains square feet. A shade of white, beige and greige is both elegant and timeless.
- In Fluidity and Lightness Mode
Space is more limited in a condo, and we must aim for the best possible fluidity and use tricks to lighten the decor. For example, a round dining table will allow guests to access it more easily, in addition to optimizing circulation in the open area. A glass living room table will appear less massive than another with an opaque finish and will clear the room. But above all, it is advisable to opt for furniture adapted to the size of the rooms.
- The Final Touch
This is the touch that will give soul and personality to your condo, the one that makes the difference between a completed and unfinished decor. These are the cushions and the throw on your bed, the centerpiece (fruit bowl, candle holders and candles, flower vase, a tray with pretty salt and pepper shakers) in the dining room, a chic dish towel in the kitchen, a stone chess game on the living room table, works of art here and there.
And it is the plants and trees in a condo (ต้นไม้ คอน โด, which is the term in Thai) that bring life to our homes. All these elements can easily be changed according to the seasons or your desires. Therefore, let yourself go and get a good decoration.