New Year, New Look for your Home..
Posted by Dell'Orio Team on January 12, 2016
Making changes to your home decor is not only fun, but also refreshing. It would be great to be able to add something different to your dining, living room, kitchen or bedroom, and feel like living in a renovated space every year. However, trends change too fast and keeping up with the "looks" would be time consuming and expensive. This doesn't mean you can't give a new ambience to your living or working space, since there are many small changes and details that can bring life to your home or office and make them look like a million bucks.
- Start by adding or changing the cushions of your bed, and sofas. Make sure they blend with the colors of your furniture and don't be afraid to add some fun colors if the rooms are lacking vivid tones.
- Changing the color of your walls is a simple, easy and inexpensive way to update the look of any room; and if you are willing to do the painting yourself, you are on a good start for that exercise resolution of the beginning of the year!. Make sure you add a color that suits your space. For instance, light colors can make a small room look bigger and brighter. Light colors also have a more calming effect, in contrast to darker tones.
- Updating your window curtain panels can make a big difference!. If you live in a low ceiling home or simply want to make your room(s) look taller, hang the curtains just a few inches below the ceiling and get long curtains that reach the floor. *Short curtains that can't touch the floor are a no, no...
- Invest on a few quality and elegant decor accents. This are like the "home and living" version of the accessories you wear when you dress, as they are the ones that give the final touches to a good outfit. without them everything else could just look too plain.
- And Finally, nothing nicer than entering a place with an inviting and relaxing scent. It makes a great impression and helps all feel and smell cleaner. Use nice looking fragrance diffusers and/or aromatic candles (always keep an eye on lit candles) around your home to complement the look and feel of your space.