Staring at the same shade of paint, doorstop or the same rug getting you down? Especially being indoors during COVID?
A renovation is a great way to have everything looking new, but don't draw up a massive budget when a little sprucing could do the trick. The simplest change could create the feeling of a new space!
Here are 5 ways to spruce up your indoor decor.
You sweep your floors and vacuum in once in a while, but when was the last time you gave your house a deep clean? Really scrubbing away the grime and hunting down every last dust bunny can give your house the facelift that it needs. So, if you’ve got the time, get out you’re cleaning gloves and products, and at the end of the day, you’ll be glad you did some intensive cleaning. Another thing that should not be overlooked is throwing out that garbage once you’re done. You can use a Same-Day Rubbish Removal service to get rid of it instantly.
Change your pillows
It doesn't sound like it would achieve much, but simply changing your decorative pillows and throws will make a huge difference. The best part of it all is that you don’t even have to throw out the pillows, the pillow covers will do just fine. Ditch your usual monochrome tones and go for something more bold and trendy. This doesn’t even mean you have to go for bright colors, simply opt for patterns and block colors that provide some contrast.
Invest in frames
Everyone has pictures lying around at home, fond memories of time spent with family and friends should not be stored memory and attic. Instead, you should invest in some frames and get creative. It looks even better if you opt for frames in different sizes, and have a field day on any focal point in your home. If you really want to take it up a notch opt for frames in different colors. It’ll bring some life to your home.
Ditch the old-school nightstand
No, don’t completely push aside the idea of having something to keep all your bits. For the most part, everyone needs to keep something pop a few things by their bedside.
But rather than living with a heap of clutter by your bed, get something with drawers. That will take your organizational skills to a whole new level. You should probably only have a lamp and alarm clock by you, it’ll make your space look neater.
If you really want to give your home a really facelift, painting is a great way to go. But rather than painting a whole wall, why not repaint one? Make it your focal point and adorn it any way you like. If that’s not your cup of tea, simply paint a door or highlight your window sill. Either way, you’ll like the pop of color and eyes will thank you.