If you are sharing your #apartment with a roommate, you'll have to decorate your new pad together. Even if your decorating styles don't mesh perfectly, you can make a cohesive home with advice from William Paid.com. Keep in mind you can always decorate your room in your own personal style, so let the common areas be a place of compromise.
You and your roommate will need to discuss what furniture each of you is bringing to the apartment and then you'll need to put any pieces you aren't using in storage or perhaps in a sympathetic family member's garage. If the furniture doesn't match in style, utilize sofa covers, fabric and other decorations to make them look more cohesive.
Talk about color schemes and try to find out what your roommate likes in decor. Then find a way to meet in the middle and collaborate on decorating your place. Compromising will make your relationship even stronger. If you just can't agree, divvy up rooms, i.e. one of you takes the kitchen and the other takes the living room.
After you've got a sense of what you need for your place, go shopping for furnishings together. You'll get a good sense of your roommate's taste and you can show them what you like. Seeing things in person will likely spark some things you have in common. It's also a great way to get to know each other better!