“As we evolve, our homes should too.” – Suzanne Tucker
Your house is the reflection of your personality. But over time it can start looking dull and boring. Your house also needs a makeover just like you do from time to time. And it does not have to burn a hole in your pocket. With some budget makeover and DIY tips, you can make your home look more exciting and welcoming.
Ever wondered how moving your furniture from one location to another changes the whole look of the room? Rearranging furniture is one of the cheapest and most effective ways to give a fresh look to your house.
Your home amenities get overused with time which can give a rough look to your home. Replace these items can be a costly affair. But you can update them in different ways. For example, change the upholstery of your sofa, paint on the edges that have become rough and decorate the worn-out pieces with polish.
Get New Flooring
If your flooring has gone dull, get rid of it. You can choose to do some wall-to-wall carpeting to give it a new look. And if you are on a budget, get the area rugged to cover the floor.
Maintain A Theme
Mismatched accessories can create a lack of interest in your bedroom. Make little additions by changing your bedsheets, curtains, and blinds. Add some complementary pillow cover to enhance the overall look. Co-ordinate different items in your room to a color scheme.
Lightening has a big influence on how you perceive your room. Changing the light can give a refreshing look at a low cost. Experiment with new colors and look for lights that give a soothing feel to your rooms.
Plain walls are safe and classic options and give an uncluttered look to your home. But if you are looking for something new try experimenting with them. You can color just one wall in a single color and leave the rest of them as it is or you can also try multicolors. Designer walls are in trend these days. Textured wallpaper, posters, wall hangings are all great ways to add beauty to your room.
A little imagination can go a long way in your home decor process. You don’t have to be an artist. Just be a little courageous and bold when it comes to making your house look beautiful. You can try framing some fabrics to create a tapestry or add some synchronized photo frames to create a memory gallery.
Cabinets take up a large space in your house. So keeping them look new is important. You can choose to modify your cabinetry completely as per the new trends. However, if you are on a budget, you can choose to recondition the existing ones by painting them in a new color or replacing their handles with a new one.
Plants add a touch of vibrancy to your home. It provides some color and freshness to the room. You can go for some corner planters or can add a cluster near the hallway. A combination of water fountains and plants can create magic in your home. If you do not have time for maintaining live plants, you can also choose artificial ones. They also give a similar look.
Decorating your home is always a fun activity. Experiment as much as you can and find new ways to make your home look more beautiful. Home decor is a journey. So go step by step. Let every new change that you make in your house sink in. Create spaces that evoke emotions in you. Your house should be a place where every element communicates with each other and live in harmony. After all, your home has a beautiful rhythm of its own!
“One should never be the oldest thing in one’s house.” – Patsy Stone