Just like everything else in life, your house sometimes requires a change, too - maybe something to brighten the place up or just to change the aesthetics and the overall vibe of your dwelling. We know times are tough and changes with serious financial implications might be the last thing on your mind, so fret not.
We’re suggesting changes that will give your home a whole new look without costing a dime!
If you’re ready for a change, buckle up!
Here are some simple ways you can step up your home decor in no time.
1. Placing Curtains Closer to the Ceiling
When you decorate your house, you generally tend to place the curtains right above the window frame, right? But, to give your room a much more modern and open look, you could try hanging the curtains as high up and close to the ceiling as you can. Try it for yourself; you’ll feel the difference from the moment you step into the house!
2. The Right Placement
When we’re talking about fun ways to make your living space more interesting, empty walls are definitely a no-no. You can decorate your house by putting some nice artwork on your wall but to maximize its potential, you have to pay close attention to its placement. Randomly placing the artwork will lower its charm and appeal which is why experts suggest that you place the artwork at eye level, which means exactly 57 inches off the floor.
3. Perfectly Made Bed
When you walk into a bedroom, the first thing you tend to notice is the bed because it is the largest piece of furniture in the room and its pièce de résistance, if you will. So, if the bed is made perfectly, you’ll notice that your interior will look significantly appealing and cozier.
4. Fruit Bowls Make For A Great Decoration Piece
Have you ever picked up a home decor magazine and wondered why there’s always a bowl of fruit strategically placed on a table in the middle of the shot? You probably have also seen it in a lot of TV commercials too and this is because using produce as décor is common practice and can make your kitchen or dining room look much more homely and inviting.
5. Marking Separate Zones
Are your dining room and kitchen fused together? If sp, you can separate them by simply adding different rugs in the two zones. This will not only demarcate the two areas but also add a touch more personality to your living space. Plus, you can never have too many fuzzy rugs around now, can you?