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New Year House Decor Ideas

New year eve is one of the right moments for you to reorganize your home tidy up a little bit. Here we present you “10 New Year House Decor Ideas“!

New year eve will comes in days. This year, maybe not much has changed in your house. The colors, furniture, room area, and various knick-knacks in your house are still the same as before. Well, if you feel a little bored with the appearance of your house, new year eve is one of the right moments for you to reorganize your home tidy up a little bit.

If you read or hear the word house decor or house renovation, maybe what comes to your mind is that home improvement efforts that will be quite costly. This assumption is not entirely correct. Actually, to be able to bring a new impression in your home, you can do simple things without having to spend huge amount of money.

Here are some simple house decor ideas that we hope will help you decide what kind of renovation you will choose to be applied in your house.

1. New Wall Paint Color Option

You can actually do a fairly light renovation like changing the nuances of your house’s paint. You can change it only in certain rooms such as the living room, family room, dining room, or bedroom, or repainting your the whole house, whether interior or exterior.

In addition, you can also replace the nuances of paint only on certain elements of your home, such as doors / shutters and frames, railings, furniture, and so on. Free your imagination and try experimenting with new colors or with new types of paint such as textured paint for example. Don’t be afraid to try.

You can try applying ivory or warm white shades to your room, for example, bright blue for your bathroom, or other colors that are of interest to you, which can create a feeling of being at home. However, you still have to remember that you are not recommended to combine various colors randomly which actually has the potential to bring out the color composition in your home.

Also pay attention to the color theory, and how one color interacts with another color which in turn can create nuances and atmosphere. Thus the room that you are renovating will really present the impression that you want homy.

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Ilustrasi Warna Cat Baru (Sumber: pixabay.com | pexels)

2. Use Partition

During this time when building a house, often we limit the room with solid / rigid boundaries such as stone or brick walls. In fact, we can just make a number of rooms without having to make a permanent bulkhead which sometimes creates the impression of an increasingly narrow room.

If you look at some traditional houses, for example, a Javanese traditional house has a room divider called gebyog. Gebyog is mostly solid wood, but there is also a simpler gebyok which has a perforation / hole so it is not completely solid / closed. Another example is in traditional Japanese houses that have room dividers using shoji paper that can be transparent and not solid.

Of course this can also be applied when you are renovating your home. You can put room partitions to create a new room according to your needs, for example you can divide your family room which is quite large into two rooms, a family room and a children’s playroom by adding partitions. However, indeed this really depends on the condition / area of ​​the room that you will arrange, so that your creativity as a house occupant is indeed needed.

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Ilustrasi sekat ruangan (Sumber: pixabay.com | shevacreations)

3. Install New Docerative Elements

If all this time the walls of your house, or the corners of your room look flat and there is no accentuation whatsoever, maybe you need to try adding new decorative elements to your room.

You can add paintings, photos, abstract pictures, hanging carvings, puppets, posters, calligraphy, and various other decorative elements on the walls of your room. You can also add other decorative elements in the corner of your room such as pots and interesting plants. Of course, if you add plants as a decoration element in your room, you also need to make sure that every day the plants get enough sunlight so that the condition is maintained.

In addition you can also add decorative elements to the shelf such as small vases, photo frames in frames with stands, medals, ceramic plates or metal that you buy from a souvenir shop when you go abroad for example, or various other decorative elements which you can make yourself / your own work. However, of course you still have to pay attention to the composition, not to get too many decorative elements on the shelf so that it makes the room look crowded.

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Ilustrasi lukisan abstrak (Sumber: pixabay.com | geralt)

4. Change the Configuration of Furnitures

One idea of ​​home renovation that is minimal in cost is by changing the configuration of furniture in your home.

For example, you can just change the direction of the sofa, long bench, bookshelf, credensa and other furniture so that you get a new atmosphere or face a new direction in your home room.

You can also separate or combine several pieces of furniture into one group to produce a more spacious room. You can do it regularly, for example every six months. Of course, besides being able to refresh the atmosphere and feel of your home room, you can also save your pocket right?

5. Install Artificial Lighting

Most of you might not worry too much about this one problem, lighting. Both natural lighting and artificial lighting play an important role in architecture.

Lighting that is planned and installed properly can create ambience that is also priceless.

With natural lighting or artificial lighting, you can engineer a room in your home to bring a romantic, fresh, natural, and various other nuances.

Unfortunately, for this one idea, sometimes it takes not a little if we insist on using armature and lights that are well designed.

Well, to keep the house renovation through this lighting arrangement still at a minimum cost, you can use energy-saving lamps such as LED lights for example, or keep using the lights that you already have, but combined with armature or lampshades that you can create yourself.

6. Put Wallpaper

For those of you who don’t want to be bothered with a lot of renovation efforts, you can choose this method.

However, although it is quite practical, this method still requires a fee. The cost you have to spend to buy wallpapers can be quite expensive. However, after being installed, this wallpaper can beautify your room for quite a long time. So, if calculated, it could be the cost of renovating the room by using this wallpaper is still affordable considering the existence of wallpaper maintenance costs in the form of wall paint can be reduced.

7. Paint Your Wall

The term mural I think is familiar to you now. You who want to do a light renovation at home, you can consider this one idea.

Painting a wall now is indeed one of the options to beautify the room that you can do. Indeed, some who use murals to decorate walls are mostly public rooms or rooms in commercial places such as hotels, meeting places, airports, terminals and other public places. However, that does not mean you cannot apply this idea in your home. You can still make murals on the walls of your home, but for that you should plan carefully beforehand.

This is because to make murals it takes time, focus, energy and skills that are not small. Thus, it must be ascertained from the beginning of the object or subject that we want to draw and appear in the mural, how the style of drawing, what color choices are so that we do not regret later after the mural is finished. Well, if you make a nice mural, of course you will be proud, right?

8. Install Bamboo Curtain

You can slightly change the nuances and atmosphere of the room in your home when you do a home renovation by installing curtains.

Curtains are usually installed in windows or doors. In the window, the function of the curtain is usually as a damper of sunlight which goes straight into the room. While in the door (which is without doors) curtains are usually installed to maintain privacy between one room with more private space.

Some curtain options that you can choose include bamboo blinds (curtains), fabric curtains or curtains, beaded curtains or shells, and other types of curtains. In principle, if you choose this idea, you must consider what the curtain will function for. Thus, the curtain can be on target.

9. Use a Recycled Decorative Element

One that might rarely be thought of by people is to use waste objects to be used as decorative elements.

Actually, if we are observant, we can arrange the remnants of objects in such a way that they can function as decorative elements. If you have seen Kang Emil’s (Ridwan Kamil) residence, for example, you certainly can understand that it turns out that used glass bottles can also look attractive if they are well-composed.

The key here is how to compose attractive and elegant patterns / patterns from materials derived from waste objects. In addition to creativity, of course for this one idea also required courage. How, dare you try it?

10. Time to Tidy Up!

Well, I think the 9 ideas above are enough for you. Stop reading this house decor ideas article, prepare the tools you need, and start practicing them!

Good luck! 🙂

Best Color Option for Your Wall [Complete!]

In the previous article, rumahdaribambu.com has presented tips on choosing the right paint color for your home or room, and how to choose paint that is safe and does not cause allergies for the occupants of the house. Now, this time as a continuation of the previous articles, rumahdaribambu.com summarizes various choices of the “Best Color Option for Your Wall” collected from various paint manufacturers / brands in Indonesia.

Some of the brands displayed this time include Dulux paint, Nippon paint, Avitex, and Mowilex paint. This list is very likely to increase later along with the more complete information presented by manufacturers of wall paint especially regarding the color choices that can be selected by prospective customers.

Well, before we go directly to the best color option for your wall offered by various well-known manufacturers and paint brands in the country, it’s good that we recommend that you absorb the concept you want to display in your home or room, and how you will display the choices the color. As we explained in the previous article, before you start choosing your favorite paint color that you are going to use, it is better to look again at the following color wheel.

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In the world of design, you are often faced with various color scheme option. Well, the color wheel will really help you in choosing the colors scheme that are suitable for your wall and even for your furniture.

According to Decker, there are three color schemes that you can choose for your design, namely: Complementary color schemes, Analogous color schemes, and Triadic color schemes.

The Compelementary scheme means that we choose two colors which are located opposite in the color wheel for our color scheme / theme we use to produce contrasting colors, such as red and blue / green.

Analogous scheme means that we choose colors that are similar to the color we choose, for example the yellow-orange-red color is the color that have the same tone in the color wheel.

While the Triadic Scheme means we choose three colors, the distance between the three colors is divided equally in the color wheel, for example Blue, Green and Red.

Well, it’s quite clear, right?

Well, now here are the most popular home paint color choices from various manufacturers / famous wall paint brands in the country.

Dulux

Dulux is one of the best quality paint brands. In addition, the choice of colors offered to prospective customers is also very diverse. Here are the most popular color choices offered by Dulux.

Nippon Paint

Nippon Paint is a brand that is also quite famous. When observed, the number of color choices is not as much as the color choices on Dulux paint, however you can consider it to paint your house.

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Avitex

Avitex is also one of the famous paint brand in the country. Although not as much as Dulux, Avitex’s color choices are also quite diverse and very interesting. The following color choices that you can choose.

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Mowilex

Well, this one paint is also quite good and good quality. You can choose colors according to your taste.

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How to Keep Your House Comfortable in Tropical Climate

Have you ever visited your relatives, friends, or colleagues and found the fact that their house was very hot and hot? Or maybe your own home always feels hot and hot? Well, here is rumahdaribambu.com to discuss “How to Keep Your House Comfortable in Tropical Climate” which might be of use to you.

The heat in the house can appear and be influenced by many things. However, the heat conditions in our homes can actually be overcome in ways that are quite simple and inexpensive.

The condition of Indonesia which is in tropical climates that get enough sunlight every year contributes to the micro-climate conditions in our homes.

In addition to the scattering of sunlight which is very rich each year, tropical climates also tend to have relatively high characteristics of air humidity. Air humidity is simply the level of moisture in the air. The more humid the air is, the less comfortable it is for human inhabitants.

Actually, the things that will be discussed in this article are a little discussed in another article, “Two Important Things for Your Urban Home“.

However, the contents of this article are intended to enrich / complement the article considering there are some other important additional things.

Then, how are the tricks or ways to make the house cool and comfortable even though it is located in the tropics?

Key Factors to Make Your House Cool and Comfy

Before heading there, I want to ask a question for us to ponder.

Have you ever visited and entered a traditional architecture house like a Joglo house, or a colonial architecture (Dutch colonial heritage) in your neighborhood?

If you have ever visited and entered traditional homes and colonial buildings, surely you will feel the microclimate conditions in buildings that are cooler than if you are in a modern building such as a supermarket or mall (which is without air conditioning) for example.

If you pay attention, I’m sure you yourself have got answers to questions at the beginning of this paper.

How to Keep Your House Comfortable in Tropical Climate
Marba Biilding in Semarang Old CIty as part of colonial architecture heritage. (Source: dokumentasi penulis)

If you pay attention to traditional buildings such as joglo houses for example, then some of the following are usually found.

Joglo houses that are complete and original are usually equipped with pendhapa (open space, consisting only of floors, poles and roofs), pringgitan (transitional space between the pendhapa and the main house / dalem), then the main house / dalem in which there is senthong kiwa ( left room) and senthong tengen (right room) and central senthong (main room).

I will not discuss the philosophy, but because the context we are discussing is related to the microclimate conditions in the room, we will discuss the physical elements that affect the coolness and comfort of the room.

In the context of a Javanese traditional house (in this case Joglo House), the forming elements are like pendhapa (open space without walls and quite wide), the shape of the roof is like ‘hat’ or ‘caping’, and its constituent materials are from wood each gives its own influence.

Pendhapa for example, its character without walls / bulkhead and only consists of roofs with a large enough area allows air movement / air change in the area of ​​the house to be quite good.

This very easy air exchange in the pendhapa area certainly ensures that the hot air is immediately replaced with cooler / cooler air.

Combined with the direction of the joglo house facing south (the southern sea), this cool air will easily be blown off and enter the main house especially during the day and bring coolness in the inner house.

Meanwhile, the shape of a roof such as a hat or caping allows the walls of the house to be protected by a fairly long stretch. This besides helping to create shade, it also functions to overcome tampias during the rainy season.

Whereas building materials, most of which have a cool effect during the day while warm at night.

Now, what about the colonial architecture like the Marba building above?

Apparently, architects in the colonial era were wise enough to take into account the truly tropical climate conditions of Indonesia when they designed and built colonial-style buildings.

A key factor in colonial buildings that contributed to the condition of cool microclimates was a combination of several architectural strategies, namely: high ceilings / ceilings, wide and high openings (doors / windows), and use of traffic and corridors on the outermost layer of the building.

However, besides that, there are also many colonial buildings that introduce “inner courtyard” as breathing space for buildings to help the deepest parts of a building / house in order to get enough supply of fresh and cool air.

In addition, both traditional buildings such as joglo houses and colonial buildings also utilize elements such as plants (trees / shrubs / vines) and water elements (ponds / fountains) to contribute to the cool effects in the room.

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Pondok Tingal, Magelang, near Borobudur (Source: personal archive)
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The use of vegetation in building (Source: private project documentation)
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The use of vegetation on fence (Source: private project documentation)

Well, those are some tips that you can practice if you want the microclimate conditions in your home room to be more comfortable.

As a wrap up, here are some tips or ways on How to Keep Your House Comfortable in Tropical Climate:

  • make sure the floor to ceiling is quite high;
  • if possible, use wide / high openings (doors and windows). Another option is to make a wall that can breathe by installing a block roster with enough area (cross ventilation);
  • make sure the room gets enough shade. You can use tritis, vines, trellis / blinds, trees, etc .;
  • make the space between the ones that function (in a micro-climate, not philosophically) similar to the pendhapa or terrace;
  • use natural building materials such as bamboo or wood;
  • provide additional elements such as a small garden in the house, or if a wider house can be made inner courtyard in the house, or elements of the pool / fountain. Especially for pool elements, it should always be maintained so that it is healthy and does not become a nest of insects.

Maybe some tips are more appropriate to be practiced since the time of planning / designing your house (such as making wide openings of doors and windows, high ceilings), and some can be done even when your house is built / added (adding traces, adding plant elements / vines or trees, adding elements of a pool / fountain, etc.).

However, hopefully some of these tips can help you in making your home conditions more comfortable. Hopefully the article “How to Keep Your House Comfortable in Tropical Climate” is useful for you, all readers.

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