How Innovators Decorate Their Homes Differently

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6 Tips on How Innovators Decorate Their Homes Differently

The design of the house is as unique as the people who occupy the space. Some people love an organized and orderly home. Some are the complete opposite and thrive in busy spaces with loud, eclectic decor.

Regardless of where your preferences lie, if you classify yourself as an innovator, you have a distinctive style that cannot be matched.

Innovators undeniably decorate their homes differently. And if you are one, live with one, love one, or aspire to be, this is exactly how the project:

1. They Focus on Accessibility

The problem is that innovators don't just think about themselves. They are always thinking of others and what they can do to make their space more pleasant for visitors.

This translates into adjustable sofas, extra space, mobility in different areas, and even multiple options for accessing rooms or entry points for those who may be disabled or need additional mobility support.

An innovator doesn't just focus on what he needs or stick with what was; you're always thinking of ways to improve, ways to be more inclusive, and ways to make a home feel less like space and more like an invitation to goodwill, welcome.

2. They Lean Into Creativity

Innovators are all about creativity. This can be seen in their decor mismatch or mix, in their unique style preferences (such as a combination of technology and manual labor), and even in the events or meetings, they host at home.

Creativity is always at the forefront.

These people are comfortable embracing trends and navigating their own preferences. In an innovator's home, you'll see everything from the latest technology to the oldest relics, and both ends of the spectrum are equally appreciated.

However, what you will love most about an innovator's home are the spaces he has created for a unique purpose. For example, the home theater for the movie buff or the shed turned into a studio for the aspiring artist.

3. They Aren’t Afraid to Try New Things

Innovators are known for their courage in all aspects of life, from the way they do business and relationships with others, to the way they design residential spaces.

When it comes to home design, innovators aren't afraid to try something new (even if it's not that popular ... or even if it inevitably fails). That is why you will see unexpected or even strange things in their homes. It's not because they are weird people (well ... sometimes). But it is because they are not afraid to take risks.

4. They Don’t Compare Themselves to Others

Innovators have no time to waste comparing their homes (or, for that matter, any aspect of their lives) to someone else's. They are far less focused on keeping up or keeping up appearances than on pretending to be themselves.

For them, home means reflecting who they are and welcoming loved ones and strangers to the shared space. They make their own place and frankly they don't care about people who don't appreciate or recognize what makes them unique.

5. They Prioritize Functionality

When it comes to functionality, the innovators are really focused on taking advantage of usable space (more on that in a minute) and making sure items, furniture, and other aspects of their homes are useful and logical.

In an innovator's home, you won't see many flashy items that are just for display. Sure, you can see some of the trendier or more popular items (like an eco-friendly dishwasher, for example), but that's only because items or appliances like this work well and serve a purpose.

6. They Make Use of All Available Space

Innovators are known for their creative minds and forward-thinking personalities. As such, they are always using the spaces they have to their advantage. For example, if there is an empty space on the wall somewhere, it was likely used to paint a wall or display art.

If there is a small alcove in a corner, it has likely been converted into a desk or small office area.

Innovators are not afraid to embrace the quirks of their spaces and make logical, useful, and objective sections and design changes. Where others can see obstacles to design, they see opportunities.

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Source: The DIY Mommy

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