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Personalize my interior design

In modern interior design, the frequent question is: "What style should I choose?" However, this question arises from a broader concern: “How do I truly feel at home?” If you're asking yourself this question, you're not alone. Many seek to create a warm and personalized environment. This is where it all begins.

Understanding your lifestyle habits is essential. What do you do when you get home? Do you prefer an intimate cocoon or an open space to welcome friends? Where we live reflects our personality, and that should show in the decor.

I. The entry space

The layout of the entrance space is crucial to create a welcoming atmosphere. For those who prefer a warm and cozy atmosphere, it is advisable to follow the rule of 50% atmosphere in the entrance, 75% in the living space, and 100% in the bedroom. Avoid overly personalized elements in the entryway, such as family photos, and favor wooden or handcrafted furniture. A vase of flowers, an abstract painting in warm tones, and soft lighting with slightly warm bulbs help create a smooth psychological transition, helping you feel at home.

For the extraverts, accentuate your personality in the entryway with an eye-catching painting and a stylish coat rack. Respect the rule of 20 to 30% intensity for the entrance, 50% for the living space, and 40% for the bedroom. Opt for calming white, gray or blue tones for the walls, and incorporate a contrasting painting or large frameless mirror to visually expand the space. Select a color palette that resonates with your personality.

II. Design your day space

Once the entrance has been designed, it is time to focus on the living space, in accordance with the recommended percentages. In the living room, express your personality in a more engaged way. Extroverts can play with bold pieces, vibrant color contrasts, and dynamic patterns, while introverts will favor calming tones, clean lines, and carefully selected decorative objects.

In the kitchen, design the space around your passion. Use artwork, display your favorite utensils, and create an atmosphere that inspires you to cook. The dining room can become an ideal place to create a warm atmosphere. Choose a table and chairs that reflect your style, and add decorative elements to create an atmosphere conducive to convivial moments. In the living room, opt for a comfortable sofa, personalize the shelves with books and decorative objects, and use textiles to add texture and comfort.

III. Create a Restful Night Space

After carefully designing the living space, focus on the bedroom to promote rest and relaxation. Choose a quality bed with soft bedding. Opt for a calming color palette like light blues, pastel greens and shades of gray. Use soft lighting with bedside lamps, and maintain order with discreet storage solutions.

Incorporate soft textiles such as plush rugs, cushions and thick curtains to add texture and absorb sound. Personalize the space with sentimental items, but avoid clutter. Choose blackout curtains to block outside light, and consider soundproofing elements if necessary. By creating a coherent sleeping area, you ensure a haven of peace conducive to daily rest.


Don't forget the details. Personal decorative items, like vases and paintings, add a finishing touch. The harmony and subtlety in the combination of these elements will reveal your personality in every corner of your home.

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