Your house isn’t going to start to look and feel like a home until it’s decorated. This can obviously be quite a time-consuming and invasive process, but it doesn’t have to be. You can go as big or as little as you want with your decorating but simply making a few small changes can really improve the overall look of your home. This article will discuss what these small changes are in a bit more detail.
1. Show Love to an Unloved Wall
Do you have a wall that doesn’t add much to your property at the moment? Well, it’s time to show that unloved wall some love – you will find that it adds a lot of value to your home by doing so. Something simple like a smartly placed silhouette, a nice print, some writing; all of this can come together to bring more whimsy and warmth to your property.
2. Add Some Lawn Edging
This is one for outside of your house. By adding lawn edging to your garden, you will make everything look a lot more professional and finished to a higher standard. It allows you to create garden designs really easily and comes in many different styles and sizes if you look on sites such as Legacy Edging.
3. Give Your Sofa a Makeover
You don’t need to wait for a new sofa to come or fork out for a new sofa if the one that you have is looking for a little bit old and tired. Instead, by buying a couple of small and simple things, you will really spruce it up.
The first are some new legs. There are sites where you can buy legs for your sofa and in doing this you will be giving it a new splash of colour. Secondly, you should change the colour of the sofa to something that looks fresher. Just by getting a slip cover you can really breathe some new life into your sofa.
4. Dress Up Your Doorknobs
You can easily dress up your interior doorknobs in a cute way that can really add some personality to your home. Use items such as jewellery, tassels and even baby shoes to give them a new and exciting appeal. It’s only a very small change but one that makes all of the difference.
5. Get Some Clean Air with Some Plants
Why not get your home some clean air by adding some plants all around the house? Indoor air pollution is very much a problem for a lot of households and as such, by putting up some plants you are going to be reducing the number of harmful and airborne chemicals throughout your property. This will in turn give you a home that is more comfortable to live in and also improves the overall look of your house because plants add colours and different heights/shapes to make a room more interesting. You can hang some from bookcases, put them on your windowsill or use them as a centrepiece on your coffee table.
Last Updated on June 30, 2023 by Lucy Clarke