Home décor is an important part of interior design. Without proper accessorizing, your homes won’t feel very lived in and wholesome at all. But the art of home décor is a challenging task and not many are up for it without professional help. So, if you want to venture out in this filed, here are a few home décor hacks that can give you a bang for your buck:
1. A contemporary towel rack
If you feel like your bathrooms are too drab or boring, you can add a nifty little towel rack on the side to add some interest. Now, there’s a huge variety of towel racks out there – some of them even transform into cabinets for the folded ones while others can simply be attached to the wall for hanging pieces. What you choose totally depends on your bathroom aesthetic – sleek and stainless steel for a modern look, wooden cabinets for a rustic look, etc.
2. A collection of themed accessories
You can’t really say you’ve delved in home décor if you haven’t experimented with the ‘cluster accessorizing.’ It basically comprises of a collection of accessories in varying heights and widths that is artfully arranged on a flat surface. The trick is to make your mismatched collection complement each other. You have to pick out the right heights, colors, and complementary trinkets for this to work.
3. Metal accents
If you don’t want to play mix and match with the accessory collection and just want to go for something plain but statement worthy, then go for a single metal-accented statement piece. The shine of its look can make a great centerpiece for your interiors. Whatever you choose can either be purely decorative, or can have functional value as well (think: a pendant light fixture).
4. Fashionably functional
Speaking about function; who says that home décor has to simple ornamentation? Wouldn’t it be so much better if you could be fashionably functional? The kitchen is a prime example of such a concept, where appliances and gadgets make up most of the décor. Similarly, the place settings on the dining table can look just as trendy if you set them right.
5. Statement art
If there’s one thing that never fails to draw the eye in an interior design, it’s statement art. Even when the surroundings are as minimal and understated as can be, you can still introduce a splash of bold and charismatic hues by hanging a statement artwork on your feature walls!