The 4 Biggest Home Decor Mistakes People Make and How to Avoid Them

There are a lot of mistakes people make when decorating their homes. Some of these mistakes are so common, you might not even be aware that they’re mistakes. But just because everyone makes them doesn’t mean they’re right for you. Here are the most common home decorating mistakes and how to avoid them:

1. Having too many items on the walls: If your walls are covered in art and posters, it’s going to make your room look smaller and more cluttered than it is. To keep things looking spacious, use simple frames or hang one large piece of art over an entire wall instead of multiple smaller pieces.

Extra Tip! If possible, look outside for inspiration from nature (like flowers blooming at different times of the year) or from other people’s homes (like in our Pinterest below). These are two great places where you can find lots of options without having to worry too much about matching them exactly since

When it comes time for color selection, keep in mind that there’s no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to decorating—you’ll want to choose whatever feels right for YOU. But here are some tips for choosing colors that will work well together:

2. Not using color: Color is one of the easiest ways to make your space feel bigger and brighter—but only if you use the right colors! Stick with light neutrals like white or cream for walls and floors; use bolder colors like red or orange in small doses; and stay away from dark blues and greens, making a room feel smaller.

3. Being afraid of color blocking: Color blocking is where two different colored items sit next to each other (like pillows on the couch), but don’t match exactly—instead, they

4. The wrong color palette. If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed by the idea of decorating your home, the first thing to do is take a deep breath and relax! You don’t have to make big decisions right away. Start with a smaller project, such as finding ways to use up some of your old things or making minor tweaks to existing pieces in your home. Then, once you’ve gotten the hang of it, move on to bigger projects like redecorating a room or buying new furniture.

* Consider using one color as an accent throughout your house instead of trying to match every room exactly. This will give each room its own unique character without feeling too jarring or busy overall.

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