With the upcoming of a new season, the desire to make up your space at home into more fresh begins. Turns out, small changes probably have a major design impact. It can be as not difficult adding a bold light fixture or re-framing your artwork. No expensive renovation required, here it is Swift Facelifts To Wake Up Your Home Now.
Paint Everything White
A slight decorating can go a long way in a transitional zone, for example an stairwell or entryway. This formerly dark space got an trice makeover with a crisp, paneling, light-reflective coat of white paint on the walls, railing and trim. The addition of warm brass sconces, simply framed artwork and a mid-century chair creates a space that invites you to stop for a moment there rather than rush through.
Dress Windows With Color
The addition of moody blue drapery and a few printed throw pillows has a huge impact in this creamy white living space. Not only does the color add a burst of energy but it creates a awesome backdrop that accentuates the lovely curves of the sofa. A room that previously was pretty before, now feels fresh, lively and finished.
Use Drapery Instead Of Doors
Choosing drapery instead of standard closet doors offers another opportunity to add color and pattern to a space. In this bedroom, the overall color scheme is muted with varying shades of grey and white. The punch of color from the yellow floral fabric makes the space flair, unfamiliar look but good the homeowners liked so much they repeated it on their bed’s accent pillows.
Add Character With Moulding
New-build condos and apartments can feel a little soulless and boxy. The addition of applied trim in this condo’s open-concept living and dining space creates swift character. Although painted entirely in white, the subtle architectural detail turns the room depth and makes an elegant backdrop for the homeowners’ mix of vintage and modern furniture.
Let Layers Tell A Story
Don’t be scared to layer multiple patterns and textures in order to create a cohesive effect. This bedroom was a blank canvas when it is presented with its grey-painted floors and smooth new drywall. The play of white stripes and blue, dots and lattice against the glossy grain of the live-edge headboard, and the addition of a braided jute rug gives in an elegant yet bohemian bedroom.