Are you finally thinking of revamping your home to keep up with the changing times? Do you fear all the change or how it can end up busting your budget? Well it’s all a bit par for course and you have to buckle up for the ride. To help you out, we’ve compiled this list of 5 ways that you can take your home interiors from drab to fab. Let’s take a look:
1. Some simple visual tricks
If you don’t want to invest a lot in your renovation but still want some major changes in your interiors then try playing with the black and white theme. The media wall in this image is a great example – its black filigree and white center space are a great way to work this style to its fullest. The undertones of recessed lights just add more glamour to the whole setting. You can do the same for yours.
2. A change of furniture
Another way to take your spaces from drab to fab is by changing your furniture. The more modern it is, the better your space is going to look. However, note that contemporary furniture is on the slightly expensive side – especially when you’re going for branded products. So be prepared to splurge a little on these items when you’ve decided that you want to take on a renovation.
3. A statement art piece
You can definitely add a bit of glamour to your spaces by installing a statement art piece on an otherwise unoccupied or drab wall. Now, note that by ‘statement art’ one can mean a lot of stuff. It can be a fabulous show piece, an oversized vase, a typical painting, or a backlit decoration piece that is one of a kind. All of these things are totally viable under this term.
4. A focal points
Another way that you can enhance the visuals of your home interiors is by adding a great focal point to the whole spatial eco-system. The classical tufted bed in this image is a great example, but you don’t have to limit yourself because of it. In fact, you can play with all sorts of things, be it a media console, a sofa, a dressing table, or something else entirely.
5. Illusive techniques
You can effuse your interior designs with a very unique change by introducing illusory elements in them. These include feature length mirrors to double the space, lots of lighting to break even with the small layout, and light material finishes for a spacious effect.