Just tied the knot and still messing about with the reins of managing your new home?? That is understandable, for no on becomes deft at it in a matter of a day or two. However, why fret too much about it??? It’s a new life, it’s a new home, everything is new about it, even you. So, why go about the traditional way and design your home?? It’s not a chore to be scared of, it is after all your own home, you can do whatever comes to your mind to it. Introduce new colours, new furniture, new concepts, anything that will celebrate the spirit of togetherness that you have bound yourselves into.
Imagine your home to be a large canvas, a huge playground to let you mind loose at play, and you will see that the matter that was an issue will become as easy as cutting a cake. Firstly, do not unnecessarily clutter your home with excess. Always remember, excess is the mother of home. You get less, ad you inevitably get less waste and more of utility out of the space that you will call your home.
However, what you could play with are the colours, the furniture, the lights, the patters, the crockery and all the other elements that collectively form the agglomeration known as home.
You are in a new stage of your life, where you should celebrate the spirit of love. Get yourselves coupled chairs, or pillows or even cups for the sake of that, but just do anything to romanticise your home. You could use dim lighting around the house, which lends a sense of enigma to the whole atmosphere, and at the same time will save up on your wallet.
It is an age of innovation all around as furniture designers open up all the boundaries to their imagination. Make the most of this renaissance of design, and splash it about your home in abstract format, but nevertheless always keep a system about it, a sort of disorganisedly-organised. Colour up your homes in soft tones, you could also keep a few walls empty and devoid of colour, just to emphasise the differential between the coloured and the not, or to fill up with the clicks of your new life. Where there is colour, you could always introduce a few patterns or something thereabouts, just to enliven up a rather bland wall just painted like that. If all else fails, just splash about the brush in different hues, and voila, you have yourself a work of art. Just incorporate it into your head that it is you home and nobody can tell you what to do with it.