Have an empty room or two in your home that you are not sure what to do with? Are there things that your are not sure about/ scared of that are holding you back in getting started on the rooms? How long has that room been empty and unused? Do not continue to be frozen in fear of doing something just because you spent a bit of money on it a while back and it still isn’t correct. You’re not using the room and that is wasteful in itself. We have Life Coaches, Sports coaching, Personal Trainers these days, but often what you need to be is an “Interior Design Coach”. (A lot of a designer’s job is planning, then trying to get the job done and moving a project forward.) Remember, every journey starts with one step.
So, think: “How do I want to use the room?” “What do I want to do in here?” Do you want to: Watch TV? Listen to music? Read? Entertain? Play the piano? Once you have nailed this think about placement of the important things for carrying out those activities. For example- if you are wanting to watch TV where is the ideal place for the TV to go?
After positioning the TV correctly the furniture layout will easily follow on from there. Questioning yourself and getting the priorities of the room sorted, will lead to getting the Room Layout correct and moving forward toward your goal. Be prepared to spend the money to get wiring and the necessaries to that perfect place. (You’d spend it on a personal coach if you wanted to get fit right?)
Don’t just make do and keep the TV outlet where the builder and electrician decided to place it when they were building. It is never in the correct place, believe me. It is all doable, you just have to find the correct person to do the job and be prepared to spend the money to move a few things and maybe rejig the wiring. If you decide not to do what deep down your heart is telling you do to do, it will be making a mistake. Big expensive regrets. The room will never serve the purpose you want it to, is always going to be half measure, unused and annoying you. Did I also mention disappointing? So, take a deep breath, make a plan and be your own Interior Design Coach and “Just Do It”.
If you would like help and free yourself from fear of making a mistake please contact us. We’d love to hear from you.