Improve Your Home Aesthetic With These Small & Simple Tips

While focusing on the big stuff is always a good way to keep up with the pace of your renovation, it’s important that you not overlook the small details as well. Today, we’ve compiled a list of 5 small and easy tips that you can use to improve your home aesthetic.

 

 

1. Use pelmets on your windows

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Pelmets are a long-rectangular box-like contraption that helps you hide all the window covering hardware that may hinder your room aesthetic. These are great for creating a harmonious look, especially when you want to hide your curtain rail or the top of your blinds. You can use these to create a more cohesive look in your interior designs.

 

 

 

2. Double study desks

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Whenever you’re working on your study room interior design layout, make sure that you always have some contingency desk space. While one desk unit may seem like its more than enough, you’ll notice that in time you’ll have to share this space with someone else in your home. Not only can this small hack provide you an ample amount of workspace, but it can also help you improve the aesthetics of your space by experimenting with furniture choices.

 

 

 

3. Tweak your beds

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If your bedroom feels like it’s too bland or boring and you can definitely improve it with this simple trick. You can install rope lights under the carpentry of your bed frame to add a little glitz and glamor to the ambiance. This idea works especially well within in-built carpentry designs, so if you want to use this technique on cabinets or even media walls, then go for it.

 

 

 

4. Single piece sectionals

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Sofa couches are a central part of all living room designs, which is why they need to be chosen carefully. Three piece couch collections are starting to fall in the old-school end of the design spectrum these days, so it’s always recommended to go for one-piece sectionals for a more harmonious aesthetic. You can always complement it with an accent chair and some throw pillows.

 

 

 

5. Vanity artwork

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Mirrors over vanities are so clichéd – try something different by hanging a soothing statement artwork on top of your vanity. It adds a beautiful artistic effect to the whole ambiance, can match your color and material schemes effortlessly, and be the perfect focal point in your bathroom design at the same time.

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