Decorating a New Home
If using stone, always start with your stone countertops. There are fewer selection within a price range, so it helps to narrow down this option first. Then, you can begin making all other decisions revolving around this selection.
I recommend selecting your flooring and rugs as your second major decision in the building process. This way you can make sure all your materials and colors coordinate with your stone countertop selections.
I always tell my clients to select your paint colors last. That may sound odd, but there are so many, hundreds even, of options available and if you select your paint first, you are just working backwards to try to narrow down everything around you paint color.
The building process should be fun and enjoyable – after all you are designing something that you will enjoy for years to come.
Lynell Brackman, Interior Designer
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