Sometimes, simple and affordable is the most effective when it comes to interior designing. You do not have to go above and beyond, bust your budget or do anything extraordinary to make your spaces appealing. Here are 5 great tips you can use to improve your home aesthetic:
1. Under cabinet lights for splendor
Undercabinet lights have a way of glamming up an interior design like nothing else. You can go for recessed or strip LED lights for a more consistent effect, or you can even opt for downlighters at regular intervals along the cabinets for a better visual quality. No matter what kind of a light fixture you choose, the overall effect is going to be quite attractive.
2. Mismatched bedside lights
While most people tend to go for the conventional table lamps on their nightstands, or pendent lights if they’re feeling the contemporary vibe, it’s actually the mismatched eclectic look that exudes trendiness the most. You can opt for a tall floor lamp at one side, along with a simple suspended pendent light on the other side of your bed to get a stylish impact!
3. Furry throws
While the tropical climate of Singapore is far from a Winter Wonderland, the aesthetics of an interior still matter a lot. So, you can go for the shaggy, Scandinavian inspired throws to be artfully pulled over your furniture to get a nice, attractive ambiance. Make sure that you splay them casually. Being square-toed and deliberate can ruin the whole aesthetic.
4. Bedroom screens
If you need some temporary compartmentalization in your room without opting for actual walls, then moveable screens are always a great option. You can go for typically available designs in the market, or you can even opt for customized carvings that represent your personal tastes and style fully. Make sure that these are easily moveable – opt for small casters if you want them to be easily moveable.
5. Unconventional layouts
Lastly, you can make your home interiors more interesting by opting for unconventional layouts. You can go for bean bags instead of formal couches in your living room and chairs/stools instead of typical nightstands in your bedrooms. Small things like these matter a lot in the long run.