Why I Love Home Decor

Decor most certainly has a heavy effect in my day to day life. Before I decorated my room back home for the first time I would always feel so embarrassed and ashamed and did not like spending time in my room or even having anyone up to my room. It just did not feel like me and it definitely had an effect on my mood. Luckily I was able to convince my parents to let me remodel my room and updated it to more of my modern taste and it was just so much more enjoyable and it felt like my personality was finally being represented in my room. Now I can finally spend a lot more time in my room at home and let other people into it and feel good about what others are seeing.

I have also noticed how important decoration is since I have been in college. It gives you a taste of each person’s personality or even a look into their life. It also matters a lot when you are in college because you spend a majority of your time in your room or in a friend’s room and if there was not any decoration in anyone’s room it would just always feel so dreary and lifeless and then you would not want to stay at college. It is most certainly a comforting thing to be able to go back to your dorm room and be able to enjoy the setting you are in. It is so important also when you are in a place where everyone has the same generic room that you are able to make it into something you love and that feels like home to you so it sticks out to you. That is why I feel decor truly matters in everyone’s life.

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You are walking into a friend’s house for the first time and when you walk into the living room and all you see is white. You look all around you, but you do not see any furniture. You start to feel a sense of panic because the room feels so empty and hostile. You wonder why you’re in the room and what its purpose is. The room has the lighting of a hospital setting and you wonder if you’ve been sick. As you start to wander the halls all the rooms look the same and you are not able to tell where you are or which way you are going. The house begins to feel more like solitary confinement instead of feeling like home. You have the sudden urge to leave and you begin to think of excuses to go home.

All the sudden color flashes before your eyes. You start to see the room fill with a light colored wooden floor and sky-blue walls. You start to smell the scent of fresh wood that is most likely from a glade air freshener. The room fills with windows and you start to get the feeling that the room is inviting you to sit on the newly placed dark brown couch. The couch and loveseat pair look comfortable without being too big and you see a nude color rug in the floor. The walls start to fill up with brown branches that become towering trees before you. You realize quickly that the trees on the walls are filling up with birds. The red birds are painted so intricately that you can almost hear them chirping in the distance. You sit on the couch and begin to relax as your body adjusts to the new scents and designs before you. You look over to your right and you see a wooden table that looks like it’s been cut right from the forest and brought into the room. The room begins to feel like a home as more decorations are being brought to life. These new additions are not overwhelming, and they bring a certain charm to the room. You touch a golden flower vase that looks like it has been imported from Japan and you are mesmerized by the pink peonies that are blooming from the vase. The room lights up now and as you look above you see a brown chandelier looking down at you. The once frightening room now fills with life and you no longer feel like you’re in a strange place.

Imagine what would happen if rooms had no decorations to feel the large spaces. People have such a sense of warmth when walking into a room that has been well furnished. Their confidence is boosted when they talk to people because where they are giving them such a sense of security. When someone spends time picking out decorations, they are picking them out with their future guests in mind because they want the person to feel at home just as much as they do. If we did not use flowers to brighten up a room or paintings to fill the bare walls, rooms would feel disconnected from our reality. Art is how people express what they are feeling and gives the viewers of the painting new life. When you are looking at a room with white walls and a brown floor all you see is emptiness, but if you are looking at bright blue walls with trees coming to life you are seeing the open woods of Colorado. If a room didn’t have purple elephants from India or a Picasso painting hanging from the walls there would be nothing for the guest to look at. Decorations are the subtlest forms of entertainment for the human eye, and without them, the curious minds of the world would be forever dull.

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Imagine walking into a completely white room with no furnishings. It would be very hard to connect with that room. You wouldn’t really know what to think, or even the purpose of the room. This is where decor comes into play, it gives the viewer something to which the viewer can relate. People can connect to the decor in three ways: through memories, emotions, and style. Decor matters because it affects how the viewer perceives the environment around them especially when you’re decking out your western home with wild west rugs.

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Past experiences affect how we perceive an environment. For example, banks may choose to go with neutral color schemes and simple furniture. No part of the decor would be outlandish or bizarre. A bank would want to make you feel comfortable, so you would trust and do business with them. People feel comfortable in a familiar environment. It’s likely you would have seen very similar furniture or carpeting in someone’s living room. Another type of business that would choose decor that plays off a person’s memories would be hotels. A hotel would want to make you feel at home. They do this by choosing decor you would see at home rather than a business. The decor may include lamps instead of overhead lighting, it could include beds with quilted covers, patterned drapes, and paintings generic landscapes. If it reminds the viewer of home, the hotel room would seem very inviting.

Decor can also be used to manipulate a person’s emotions. One way is the color of the decor can have an effect on people’s emotions. A warm color scheme gives off a very energetic and lively vibe, but a cool color scheme is very relaxing. Using black gives off a professional and serious look, while white makes things look sanitary or clean. The type of decor can have an emotional impact. Decor with soft materials can make a viewer feel cozy. For example, a room with a rug, a sofa, tapestry, and drapes with Aztec style are going to feel inviting. A room with hard materials like glass, metal or plastic is generally going to give off a serious or formal impression.

The style by either time period or culture the decor is inspired by can affect how we see the environment. A Chinese restaurant appears to be more authentic if there is decor in an oriental style with lots of red and gold. The time period the decor is from or based off of can change how we feel about an environment. Styles from different time periods are also associated with different emotions and values. The 80’s was a very energetic time period, and decor reflects that. A room with 80’s inspired decor, would likely use chrome and neon pinks and greens. The chrome and neon colors would make people feel more energetic and maybe even nostalgic. Another example, a business that sells smartphones currently use 21st century inspired decor. The viewer associates current design trends as up to date or cutting edge, which is important for a technology vendor.

Decor’s matters because it can influences how we perceive our environment through emotion, memories, and style. Whether subtle or dominant, the decor has the power to alter a person’s frame of mind and is always worthy of consideration when designing a space.