Have you ever wanted to make your home look good but didn’t know where to start? Here are some tips to get you started making your home look as good as it can possibly be, so you can enjoy living in it more and feel great about having guests over.
Use fewer accessories
It’s tempting to adorn your home with loads of decorations, photos, and more—but few things will have as big an impact on a room as simply using fewer accessories. Use only one flower vase in a space instead of three or four; use only one piece of art instead of three or four; hang fewer frames on your wall. Less is often more when it comes to interior design, so keep it simple and streamlined by limiting what you use. You’ll save money by spending less on items you don’t need, and you’ll create balance by not overloading visual spaces (which can be overwhelming). This strategy works especially well in rooms that see a lot of traffic, like living rooms and entryways. Especially the front entry gate design should look good.
Choose colors sparingly
When it comes to color, too much is never enough. Too many bold hues can overwhelm a space and leave you feeling dissatisfied with its appearance. Choose two or three colors that work well together, such as red and blue, and use them throughout your room. These strong shades will act as an anchor for other décor elements in your room and help unify them.
Play with texture
The best designers in the world understand that a room’s texture is as important as its color palette and spatial layout. Think about these aspects: Is there anything rough or soft? Are there bright colors or neutral tones? Etc. etc. The more you play with texture, the better you’ll become at visual design overall—and that goes for all of us, from amateurs like me to professionals. It’s easy to see why: Not only does texture add another layer of interest, but it also helps us see what we may have otherwise missed when we walked into a space (like a built-in bookshelf).
Skip out on patterns
If you don’t want to do a full-on wallpaper makeover, but would still like more patterned walls in your space, paint is another great option. After all, it’s what many of us probably think of first when we imagine painting our walls—and as it turns out, that makes sense. When you choose a decorative wall color (instead of keeping them blank or white), you automatically get a dose of pattern—and that can give any room some added visual interest.
If you’re looking for a cheap and easy way to give your home a boost, it’s time to stop thinking in terms of matching. Instead, mix materials, like wood with chrome or brushed steel. You can also add texture by mixing different types of stone or tile. This helps bring a room together while creating visual interest—and it doesn’t hurt that it will drive up resale value too!
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