There are a lot of small home renovation details that get mostly overlooked in lieu of bigger things, so here’s a compilation of 5 important ones that can help make a massive difference in your home aesthetic:
1. Open-closed shelving
Many homeowners either go for completely open or completely closed off shelving, but we’re here to tell you that it’s not the best way to do things. In fact, it’s the combination of the two styles that delivers a truly pragmatic effect. You can use the open areas to feature decorative essentials, while the closed areas can be used to stow away the things you don’t want to be visible in your spaces.
2. Plush bed headboards
Bed headboards are an essential part of the overall interior design, so it’s a pity that many homeowners do not appreciate its design importance. If you want your bedrooms to look luxurious, you can opt for leather-bound headboards. Similarly, if you want your bedrooms to look rustic or stylistic, you can have vintage wooden headboards and wrought-iron metal headboards respectively.
3. Bedside lamps
Just like the headboard, bedside lamps are also a great way to enhance the beauty of your spaces. They’re available in many designs and tend to emphasize the glamor of the spaces. Wall mount lamps are a totally hot trend these days. They’re also very functionally pragmatic as they do not get the way of daily life routines and are pretty easy to clean as well.
4. Platform storage
If you’ve got any kind of platform furniture in your homes, you’ll automatically appreciate the storage potential of its underside. Whether it’s a bed or a bay window or even a simple shelf, the storage that is built in its underbelly can make a huge difference on how you keep your essentials. Platform beds with pullout drawers are especially trendy these days, and seem to be on the top of the style ladder.
5. Background wall colour
Since not every homeowner can afford expensive bespoke carpentry, many of them go for plain painted background walls. They’re pretty great if you’ve got stylish furniture as the foreground. However, the colour matters a lot so you must be careful to complement the overall theme of your room.