Everybody gets bored of their home decor at some stage. Updating your home decor can be a lot of fun, and you don’t need to do much work to make it look tons better. If you want proof, here are 7 little changes that’ll make a big difference in your home decor. Enjoy!
Add More Texture
Does your home have enough texture? If the people that enter your home don’t want to touch it all over, then the answer is no. You need lots of texture to help give your room depth and a cosier feel. You can do this with cushions, rugs, throws, and even textured wallpaper. Don’t let your home look cold and flat!
New Color Scheme
Consider a new color scheme for your home. Did you know that colors in the home can create different moods? Red can create a sense of urgency, while blue can promote calm. Make sure your color scheme reflects the way you want people to feel inside your home. Use a color wheel to help you mix and match the perfect colors too!
Using Heights to Create Interest
Using heigh is a brilliant way to create interest. You can do this with small items and larger items. Get a couple of different scented candles by Koch and arrange them to create a good looking feature on your coffee table. You can even use furniture of different heights to create the same effect.
A home without life is no home at all. Add flowers and fruit to incorporate color and make people smile! You can even have a plant to add greenery and promote health.
If you have collections of any kind, make sure you display them. This will show off your personality and give guests an idea of what sort of person you are.
Mix and Match Furniture
Mixing and matching furniture is a great way to create even more interest in your home. You can ensure that they look good together by keeping the same kind of theme or style. I actually think this looks better than buying furniture from matching sets.
Create a Feature Wall
A feature wall always perks up a room and adds interest. There are really simple ways to do it, such as with a roll of cool wallpaper. You can even spend more time over the wall, finding pictures you like and interesting props to add to your feature wall. The wall you use should be completely free from distractions before you begin, so choose carefully. You should also limit the amount of these you have in the home.
Incorporate these changes in one way or another and it’ll make a big difference. You don’t need to spend a fortune, and they won’t take you long to implement either. Check out sites like Pinterest for inspiration if you need it – it’s one of my go-to sites when I’m stuck. Leave your thoughts and any ideas you have below. See you again soon!