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Tip # 1: Put it into perspectiveFinally, is the decoration of the room so important? If you think about it, most of the time we have our eyes closed in this room since we sleep in it so we can let the other choose the decoration, we won't see much in any case. For this solution, we choose low-light lamps: this helps to put things into perspective.
Tip # 2: We give in on something else
Tip # 3: Take your timeApart from the bed, nothing is really essential in your room. You can easily accommodate the bare minimum as long as you have agreed on the decoration. The trap would be to rush you see to entrust to the other, in a moment of error, the choice of furniture. On the contrary, the longer you hang out before investing in decoration, the greater the chance of finding common ground.
Your other half swears by the decor in shades of gray…
Tip # 4: We sleep separately
Tip # 5: We discussMore seriously, we say that tastes and colors are not discussed and yet in a couple, it would be just the opposite! You think you have different and irreconcilable tastes but in reality it is because you have not talked enough decoration between yourselves. The key is to find common ground that is as new to one as it is to the other. One can imagine that the first is attracted by the romantic style, the other by a contemporary decoration but it is only by discussing that they will realize that they are both seduced by an oriental atmosphere.
Tip # 6: We change regularly
… While you are more pastel and liberty decor?
Tip # 7: We choose minimalism
Tip # 8: We create areas of freedomWithout falling into extreme minimalism as in advice n ° 7, one can make compromises by adding decorative freedom zones in the bedroom. For example, we can imagine that everyone's tastes are visible on the bedside tables and establish as a rule that each is responsible for their area without the other having a say.
Tip # 9: We winIf decoration is your whole life, it costs (almost) nothing to try to make your spouse understand it. Several techniques allow to get there but in general, it is rather low blows. You can for example undertake work when the other is absent, buy furniture without the possibility of return or put the decoration of the other in the back of the cupboards. When one is ready for such schemes, the other person realizes that this is of fundamental importance to you and that it is better to let it go. You have won !
And the cat? Was the cat asked for advice?