Who doesn’t want their homes to look the epitome of photogenic? Everyone does. However, very few achieve that carefully curated magazine spread look that seems so inspiring in beautiful Instagram and Pinterest photos. This is why today we’ll be sharing a few useful ideas, tips and tricks that can help make your homes the epitome of photogenic. Let’s take a look:
1. Patterns and accents
If your home aesthetic is suffering from a boring, understated palette that needs a little sprucing up, then here’s a great idea for you: why not introduce some bold accents and patterns. You can take inspiration from this image, where the mauve hued chair upholstery, patterned couch cushions and backdrop artwork all add a ritzy panache to an otherwise simple space.
2. Want to be understated?
Who says that simplicity cannot be photogenic? That’s not true at all – if you’re inspired by the minimalist look then you can choose understated accessories to make your homes look picture perfect. This image shows a great way you can do so. The sleek, modern pendent lights, the beautiful and systematic arrangement of simple accessories and the semi-transparent wall clock are all create a stunning yet subtly glamorous look.
3. Inbuilt for life!
If there is one trend that can never go wrong, it’s the use of different in-built accessories throughout your home. Whether it is a storage compartment, a shelf, a bay window or even kitchen appliances, this aesthetic never fails to make the space seem straight out of a magazine spread. The kitchen in this image is an excellent example of this technique.
4. Opaque window treatments
While artificial backlighting is all well and good, there’s something about diffused natural light that automatically makes any space seem photogenic. You can emulate this particular trend in your home by using opaque window treatments like sheer curtains, roller blinds, honeycomb blinds and the like. You’ll certainly appreciate the unique look.
5. Minimalist accessorizing
Some say that there is no accessorizing in minimalist interior designs, but that is not true at all. You simply need to find the right decoration pieces to achieve that look of strategic restraint. It’s definitely going to add that visual panache to your spaces.