Home makeovers are just as effective as a total full-scale renovation. Many people who cannot afford the latter are content slowly, surely and lovingly making over their homes to be more stylish. Makeovers include decoration, some DIY ventures and shopping for a few accessories. They’re fun and can totally change the overall impression of your space. Here are a few tips on how you can completely makeover your home in these easy, affordable ways.
1. Wall stickers
Wall stickers are an easy, affordable and trendy way to make-up your room. They’re available in a lot of different styles, and you can choose one that fits your aesthetic well. With an extra hand, you can simply paste them on an accent wall that you want to stand out. The Eiffel Tower inspired sticker in this bedroom is an excellent example of how you can use this simple technique to make your rooms the height of elegant chic.
Sometimes, a beautiful arrangement of accessories and small decorative objects can make your whole space absolutely beautiful. Just take a look at this otherwise simple shelf – had it not been for the beautiful flower arrangement and the jumble of colorful accessories featured in the open cabinet, the whole space would have looked completely different and monotonous.
Don’t worry – we’re not recommending that you rewire your entire home just to install some huge light fixture in your room. However, even a small table lamp can go a long way in recreating the ambiance of your room. The stylish bedside lamps in this bedroom are a great way to introduce subtle light accents and visual accessorizing within the space.
4. Small furniture
While large furniture objects make up the bulk of any interior design, you can definitely use smaller furnishings to add some background noise in the mix. It can be a small bookshelf, a shoe rack or even a chest of drawers. The tiny dresser in this image is a great example of how a perfectly sized small object can add to the personality of a space.
5. Sofa consoles
Sofa backs are usually left open-ended in most interior designs, but they don’t look as good – especially when there is a lot of circulation space behind the sectional. In such cases, you can use a decorative console to make-over this otherwise empty looking space.