YOUR SALON DECORATION GUIDE
One of the most important details that shape the decoration style of your home is your salon decoration preferences. Often visited by not only you, but also your loved ones, this space should be both stylish enough to appeal to the eye and comfortable enough to make you feel comfortable every hour of the day. We have prepared a practical salon decoration guide for those who want to recondition their existing salons and give them a brand-new look or design them from scratch. Take a look at the tips, enter summer with a brand-new salon.
What does your salon need?
As in every decoration process, you should first answer the questions "What do I need?" Or "What will I need?" Well, what exactly we are talking about by the need of your salon? First, the basic and physical characteristics of your salon, such as its location, size and sunlight receiving condition, will determine in great extent how you will decorate it. You cannot design a small salon receiving a little sunlight in dark colours and a big salon in light colours.
The physical size of the salon determines your furniture choice and the concept you will create throughout the salon. For this reason, you should first determine the physical pros and cons of your salon. Thus, you can have the salon design of your dream by highlighting the pros and reducing the cons as much as possible. Once you have clearly identified the physical conditions, then it will be the time for your wishes. By listing your wishes, you can make a comparison over the existing physical conditions, so you can start working with realistic changes that are possible. Once you have identified the width, the amount of sunlight received and the location of the salon in the home, then you can choose your furniture to suit your needs. You can receive assistance from an interior designer or be inspired by online salon decoration samples for alternative designs by which you will have more than one solution through a single design.
Let's talk about how you use your salon.... If you have a large family or if you often have guests at your home, you should design your salon in a way to keep everyone close. The first rule for such a design is to establish a centre for other household furniture in the salon. Depending on the region where your home is located and the structure of your home, you can position your centre to view in front of a window or to the spot where the television unit is located, as often we see. In this design, occupants can easily focus on the designated centre and talk to each other face-to-face and be close to each other during conversation thanks to the circular structure created. Of course, care must be taken to ensure that there is a space between the furniture and other objects so as not to block the way, when designing the salon. A symmetrical design in which objects are not stacked on only a part of the salon will save your salon from a crowded or disorganized appearance. Resemblance between your furniture and wall colours will also cause an eye-straining appearance. For this reason, you should try to choose colours that will create contrast.
Choosing Colour in Salon Decoration
The first step to choose colour in the salon decoration is to determine the colour that will prevail your decoration. You need to create a colour chart to choose colours in harmony with each other. For this, you should determine your main colour, your prevailing colour. Your main colour will help you to determine wall colours, the colours of your furniture or the colours you prefer in flooring. As the name implies, this is the colour that will be prevalent in your salon, and all other colours should be determined by this colour.
If you prefer an owlish and modest look in your salon, you can use colours in light tones. If you are spending a lot of time and like watching television in salon, light colours will help prevent eye fatigue. White and grey tones, light blue tones and natural green tones can help in this sense. If you prefer an ever-vivid and eye-catching salon decoration, you can use orange and yellow tones, and you can create a spacious and energizing atmosphere in your salon using these colours in combination with dark tones. About those who like dark colours. You can use claret red, green, red and purple colours to create a more owlish and elegant look in your decoration. When you make such a choice, you should take care to choose auxiliary colours in a lighter tone and not too contrasting them.