We know that choosing the right furniture for your home can be stressful. Our home is a real reflection of our personality. Here are 5 best tips from Kaliuda Gallery, the best teak wood furniture supplier, and manufacturer for choosing the right furniture for your home and make your dream home come true.
1. CHOOSE YOUR VIBE
It is important that you know what kind of vibe or style that you want to bring home with you. Comfortable dining room? Or maybe an energized bathroom? Each of those feelings has corresponding colors, textures, and shapes. Pick pieces that build the vibe that you’re aiming for. We all want to be trendy, but trends go in and out of style every few years. Select your own vibe or style that reflects you by doing some brainstorming and research online that suitable for you. Make an idea board for each room you need to choose furniture for. If you have a lot of choices to make then it’s important to plan and be prepared for shopping trips.
2. YOUR RIGHT STATEMENT PIECE
Don’t focus on being perfect. Instead, focus on finding pieces that you genuinely love. A statement piece will definitely complete your interior.
3. BE ADVENTUROUS WITH COLOR
Color definitely can bring a lot to your room. Working out on your color scheme and set of colors that you’re going to use in one room is crucial. The right color set will help get the mood of your room just right.
4. MAXIMIZE YOUR STORAGE
Do take measurements of your space and don’t forget to measure the doors in the rooms you’re buying furniture for. The furniture should be able to fit in your home and have enough space left to allow free movement. Instantly lighten up your space by adding elegant storage piece such as this jodang bench. Aesthetically pleasing organizers also help fill out space while tucking mess away. Something like rattan boxes, magazine racks, side tables with drawers will definitely make the furniture use more efficient and it’s perfect for those days when you having a busy day.
5. THE RIGHT MATERIALS
Never underestimate choosing the right materials. There are some you can’t pronounce and you have no idea what they are. Product descriptions on websites can also be misleading. For example, In our market, people often say that the furniture is made out of “jati” in Indonesia, “jati” was supposed to be teak wood. It’s a different thing with “jati belanda” which means pine wood. Though it’s obvious for most people in the industry, to our young consumers this is just not common. Talking about the types of wood please feel free to learn more of wood types in 8 Types of Woods & Their Characteristics.
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