If you have money to splurge, go ahead and buy all that ergonomically designed furniture you’ve been eyeing, given that they will get along with the rest of your home interior. Go and buy a vase or two, but you don’t need twenty, do you? You don’t want a stockroom; you want a comfortable living room. Too much of a good thing is a bad thing, as they say. If you really are keen on improving your home, don’t overdo the furniture and décor!
Of course you want your house to look good. You want your guests to be impressed by your living room when they visit. You’d probably love to hear your socialite neighbor say “What a sophisticated looking chair!” But what will happen if she actually sits on it? Do you think she’ll feel comfortable? There’s nothing wrong with being stylish, but a comfortable living space is better than one that looks and also feels like a museum, where all you can do is admire what you see but you can’t really sit and stay.
If you’re really not talented in interior design, space planning, or fixing your house for that matter, you might want to hire a professional for the job. And if your house looks like a hurricane went through it, you might need to resolve to drastic measures. Home improvement tips are just guidelines that would hopefully make things a bit easier on your part.