January 4, 2022
HOW TO DECORATE YOUR PARTY HOUSE, NO ONE WILL WANT TO LEAVE
Looking through colourful magazines or watching on TV may seem like it costs no effort, but preparing a place where champagne and caviar reign all night long, where everyone revels in their evening gowns until the next day, and where music creates the perfect mood, bringing people together is quite an art.
What are the essentials at home to make your parties memorable? Here are a few tips:
Surround sound technology has come so far in recent years that you don’t need giant speakers that take up a lot of space to get beautiful sound throughout your home. Opt for nice speakers built into the walls that allow both mellow and pumping music to spread throughout your home, backyard and pool.
A musical atmosphere also means you can host some jam sessions. The best drum brands for your entertainment room may have names you haven’t heard of before, such as Yamaha, Gretsch and Canopus.
The important thing when choosing a drum kit, some guitars and speakers for a home where parties are a daily occurrence, however, is durability and panache. You want all the instruments and musical equipment to catch people’s eyes and ears and withstand some rough play.
A breath of space
If you’ve watched even one home improvement programme, you’ve heard the phrase ‘open plan room layout’. A party house is the epitome of a place that needs it. You want everyone to feel that wherever they are, they are in the middle of the action. If you’re redecorating before welcoming the crowds, knock down any walls that aren’t load-bearing so that you can fit as many people as possible and so that things don’t get too cramped during the party.
Create alcoves and nooks and crannies for more privacy so that guests’ nights transition seamlessly into mornings if they wish. Make sure rooms are filled with cosy lounging areas, windows that open up to fresh night or morning air, and amenities that make people want to stay longer.
Long live dimmable lighting! Lighting creates an atmosphere that can make people feel exposed or, on the contrary, feel intimate and casual. Make sure that all your lighting choices are well thought out by an architect and provide low, medium or high light intensity, depending on the situation and the emotion of the party.
Any lamps or other light sources should be ideally placed so that they are not prone to breaking or falling over, and are beautiful and look like they were made for the room in which