There are many good tips in this post.
This comment on my last post has made me wonder how to be more helpful:
“The best way to have an attractive home is to have a design sense. It is not about how much it costs or where you buy it, but about what you buy and where you put it.”
Buying and placing furniture and objects feels intimidating and overwhelming and confusing to many people.
There are so many choices — and money is never endless — so what is the right thing to buy?
Think of your home as you do your wardrobe, something you build over time, adding better quality when possible.
Whatever your gender, you always need basics: a dress or suit (something elegant); some casual trousers (khakis, jeans, leggings, whatever), and so on. We tend to buy clothes without a ton of hand-wringing, and know that our tastes are bound to change over 5…
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