There are decorative rules to violate

This is why decorators and decorating magazines give direction, because specific advice must be in the style, style and size of the customer, where everything plays a small or large role. But what rules are not violated? We resolve all questions about 7 rules that “don’t break” with anything. Read the cliche answer below and how not to follow it.

When choosing a dining room, it’s hard to know how many guests can sit. If you don’t even intend to take a chair as a set, it’s more difficult. Usually the rule says to count from 50 to 65-70 cm (if you want to be very comfortable) per guest. Usually we talk about 2 chairs at the head of a rectangular dining room and 2 to 3 on the side. But this depends on the total size of the table and the type of chair. If you want to violate the rules, get as many as two additional seats for cashing with many guests, tell them that the chair may be a little narrow.

Sometimes installing curtains proves to be harder than we all know. The basic rule is that curtains should stand at least 15 centimeters from the window on each side and 30 centimeters above the top of the window frame. This increases the amount of natural light, because curtains often double at the top, while at the same time the ceiling and windows look taller. The rules are only broken up with a 12-15 cm limit from the ceiling. Just don’t overdo it and the curtain hangs 30 cm from the floor.

You want to buy paint for frescoes, but you don’t know how many liters you can get. In general, one liter of wall color is enough for a surface of 10 square meters for a track, and you need to calculate the amount of security or repair. One way to break the rules and follow the 2019 trend in painting houses is by painting the bottom of the wall and leaving the top white and white so that the eyes complicate the boundary between the wall and ceiling.

This is one of the most difficult choices you need to make. You can roughly estimate that the hanging luminaire must cover 1/3 to 2/3 of the length of the table. At the same time, the overall size of the room, ceiling height and usage (kitchen, living room, bathroom) lighting. One easy rule is to multiply the square by 7, that is, for space of 10 squares, you need a 70 cm wide chandelier. The rules are broken when the ceiling of the living room or dining room is higher, so you want a bigger luminaire. Break the rules and instead put two hanging lamps or large polyfoam lamps.


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