Your surroundings affect your mood, well-being, and general happiness. Living in a bright and nicely decorated home will get rid of anxiety and make your life more comfortable. Putting some thought on your decorations will show that you care about your living space. April, the decoration month, is the perfect time to improve your home decor.
In this article, we’re going to explore a few ideas to help you brighten up your home. With some simple changes, you will improve your mood, show visitors more about your personality, and reduce the stress and anxiety of your life.
1. Mix old and new decorations
“Old and new belong together. A mix of modern pieces and antiques never tires.”—Caleb Anderson
Mixing modern art with antique-styled bases and flower pots will give your living room a sense of timelessness. Together, they create a beautiful contrast, much like your personality, your home decor
shouldn’t be bi-dimensional, it should reflect a level of complexity.
2. Enhance your living room with a bar
“Every house should have a great bar. It is the central point of a party, and if you entertain a lot, it will be celebrated, so put some thought into it.”—Jordana Joseph
Showing your guest that you care about entertaining them will make them feel more welcome. A beautiful bar will improve your social life. Formal glassware
will make those special occasions even more special. Plus, it will be a great decoration for your Dinning room.
3. Mind your coffee tables
“In an open seating plan, always use a well-proportioned statement coffee table to ground the arrangement and give it a sense of place.”—Sean Michael
Coffee tables are the center of your sitting spaces, decorating them will enhance the feeling of the entire room. There are many different ways to do so. You should pick an option that’s both in line with your general theme, and stands aside calling extra attention.
4. Be patient
“Don’t settle. If you have your heart set on a piece, don’t try to find something similar just to save money. Chances are, you’ll never be completely satisfied with the substitute (or its quality).”—Brian Watford
Cheap items can be the most expensive, especially when your well-being is involved. Save yourself the regret of settling, its better to take your time, save the money, and craft your ideal living space. This also goes the other way around, don’t go with the most expensive option, go with the one you like the most.
5. Decorate with your own taste
“Follow your gut. If you have to talk yourself into liking something, you probably don’t.”—Olivia Erwin
Your decorations should reflect your personality. After all, your the one that’s going to be looking at them every day. A piece of decoration might work in a room, that doesn’t mean you have to like it. Make sure to take your time finding decorations that speak to you on a personal level. You can start by taking a virtual tour of our gallery, there you’ll be able to fully appreciate our pieces without leaving your home.