2) Formulate a plan of action
Remember, you don’t have to do everything at once! Break the items on your list down into small, fun and quick projects that won’t overwhelm you.
3) Select one job at a time and set a realistic target
Setting a realistic goal to complete a particular project – like painting an awkward room in a day – is a great way to kick-start your motivation.
If you set out to do something and you do it well, it’s a great confidence boost.
4) Focus on how great you’ll feel once it’s done
The key to reigniting your passion for an unloved space is to imagine how satisfied you’ll feel once you’ve successfully completed painting it.
5) Imagine how your home will look
This is where the Dulux Visualizer app comes in handy. After you’ve downloaded the app to your Smartphone or tablet, you’ll be able to see how amazing your room will look once it’s painted.
It’s important to project the sense of achievement you’ll have once your project is finished before you do it.
Allow yourself to be excited. Once you’ve finished decorating your new home, you’ll feel like you’ve finally finished moving in.
If you’re still deciding how to use your space, choose a versatile ochre shade, such as Cherished Gold, that’s easy on the eye and adaptable.
If you’re afraid to gold bold, try a pastel hue, such as Sun Dust 1, to soften the look.