Love your new home, but find yourself wishing that it had a little more of your own distinctive personality? It’s not unusual for buyers of new construction to believe that the home, although beautiful and modern, remains a small blank slate. While they may be excited to begin, they can sometimes feel overwhelmed with where to start, as well as apprehensive about the general cost an interior decorating project can price.
Decorating Your Residence Can Be Simple And Inexpensive
Fortunately, redefining the aesthetic value of your home can be fun, and more importantly, affordable. Choosing decorating/furnishing jobs that accentuate the best features of your house can be a quick and easy way to raise your house’s overall curb appeal. Best of all, these projects can help you feel like your new construction gives a one-of-a-kind vibe that exudes your own personal style.
Clutter: Yes, the interior design of houses can be jeopardized by clutter and disorganization. Is your house among them? If so, it’s time to concentrate on getting everything unpacked and put away – it is a terrific first step to making the place feel homier (and you’ll be more relaxed in your new residence!) .
Rearranging furniture:Think that your present furniture layout isn’t quite working with the floor plan? It is time to change things up – rearrange some of your pieces to provide the room an entirely novel look. Also, purchasing one or two inexpensive new items can quickly help redefine a living space.
Consider lighting: Lighting (or lack thereof) can play a major role in the overall feel of any living space. Floor and ceiling lighting strategically positioned throughout the room will help change the focus of the room, and instantly boost the visual-appeal.
Repurposing: Have places that just are not getting the attention and use that they deserve? Get creative and give them a new purpose. From changing spare bedrooms into a home office, to redefining your formal living room for a child’s play area, there are loads of approaches to ensure that you’re optimizing every square footage of available space.
Use paint: Did you know that paint can actually help make spaces look and feel bigger? It’s true. Simply painting a smaller area the same color as the one adjacent to it immediately makes the area seem more spacious. Get strategic with your paint selection to up the aesthetic appeal with bolder, brighter colours which make each room seem larger.
Get creative with hangings: Gone forever are the days when all wall hangings had to be up high and out of the direct field of vision. Vary the heights and angles of your own pictures and wall decorations to give your home a more modern and trendy visual vibe.