It’s not as hard as you may think. Whether you’re just giving your home a makeover for your own sake, or you’ve been reading the latest statistics about real estate saying coronavirus has not changed it much, here is what you should do to make your home look beyond impressive.
Crown for the King/Queen
Crown molding isn’t called so for nothing. You needn’t do all rooms, but bearing in mind this is not a pricey investment, you could do so. This simple action ties the ceiling and the wall, making the whole interior look more welcoming and luxurious.
Paint It in 2021 Nuances
Nothing says modern and hip more than the new color of your living room and kitchen, and other interior as well. This year, terracotta nuances, different shades of gray or blue are the colors that bring life to your (almost new) home. Have you ever pictured your living room in these colors? Well, start doing so. Whether it’s warm or cold colors you’re going for, you can’t go wrong with these three.
Floors Speak Volume
Don’t you just love that almost sparkling shine of brand new flooring? Remember when you just moved into your place? Now you can recreate that feeling with the right wooden floor oils. If you wish, you can go for a matte finish even. High quality oils are free of VOCs, and you should be extra careful if your floor is made of exotic wood types such as bamboo or Brazilian oak, cherry, or mahogany. In that case, always consult with the manufacturer.
Lighting Is Key
For all these improvements to really shine, you need to shed some new light(s). it depends on the overall style of your home whether you’ll go for a flea market treasure in the form of a second-hand chandelier, or multilevel, hidden lighting is what you seek. The latter is what 2021 is all about. For a more affordable version, think portable lights and discreet floor lamps.
Last but not least, what are you to do if you don’t feel like changing your favorite sofa, or you simply run out of funds after all these major decorations? There are several easy ways to make your old furniture look new:
•Rearrange the furniture — this brings a whole new perspective of the room as if you’ve completely refurnished it.
•Small carpets, or none — when you have a brand new floor done, let it shine. A small rug will suffice, or two, but don’t cover up the beauty and feel free to brag about your hard work.
•New centerpiece — no matter if it’s a coffee table, a big vase, or even a column, a barrel, a bowl, you should replace it with something new.
•New pillows — they always add to the level of comfort.
There you have it! Four major and several minor changes you can do to live the best of your life in the best home possible. The only thing left to do is make a sound plan regarding time and funding.
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