Everyone wants a lavish-looking home, but not everyone has the money for it. Fortunately, there are things you can do to give your home a luxurious touch without necessarily spending a fortune on it. Here are some of the easiest methods:
Consult professional property stylists
While you might have great ideas in your head, property styling professionals can help you implement them, and could even advise you on what furniture and accessories will fit perfectly with your dream décor. Stylists are traditionally charged with preparing properties for sale, but if they can make a home appeal to a prospect, why not you?
Don’t hold back on texture
Adding soft furnishings to a room is one of the easiest yet effective ways to give it warmth and love. Perk it up with fur throws, velvet cushions, textured wool rugs, and fluffy carpets to achieve that ambiance of luxury in your bedroom, study room, or lounge.
Work on your hallway
First impressions will always have some sway on an onlooker’s perception of something, no matter how things change afterward. The hallway is that part of your home with these powers, so give it the attention it deserves. You can start by investing in a stylish entryway table, a vase of flowers, a lamp, and a knick-knack bowl. To make the room look bigger, consider installing a mirror next to the door.
Change your lighting
A lit house and an unlit one are two different places, from an appearance standpoint at least. Two or more different kinds of lighting are not going to generate the same glow either. You might want to install dimmer lighting if what you have now is too harsh, or perhaps some modern lights to go with your décor ambitions. Lanterns and lamps to sideboards and bedside tables can also help neutralize harsh glares from overhead lighting.
Invest in good-quality blinds or curtains
Your windows need to be dressed whether or not your walls are painted. Curtainless windows make a room look unfinished and bare and can nullify the beauty of all other décor elements in the room. When choosing your curtains, go for cotton, linen, natural silk, or some other good-quality material to give the room a touch of luxury. Make sure to consider the wall paint when deciding on curtain colors.
Add some greenery
Flowers and plants are an expensive-looking yet cost-effective way to bring a dramatic aesthetic change into your home. They bring the beauty of nature indoors and bring forth a soothing vibe into your living space. Depending on your budget, you can add real plants in various rooms or go with dried branches or artificial plants that require minimal maintenance.
The list of things you can do to make your home look stylish is endless. Thankfully, the trick doesn’t go far outside the realm of choosing the right colors, being exotic, and shopping wisely. Take the time to understand your home interior décor and determine which of the above tips can complement what you already have.
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