A new year calls for a fresh start on home decor. Here are some simple ways to refresh your living space.
1. Paint The Walls
Yes, you've probably heard it a million times before. That’s because a fresh coat of paint can easily improve the look of a space without breaking the bank. Wallpaper is a hot trend right now if you’re done with coloured walls. There are a bewildering array of wallpapers to choose from! Opt for removable wallpaper if you prefer to switch up your decor regularly.
2. Reorganise Your Space
Adding storage space isn't a major DIY project. But allocating a place for all those items that drive you crazy can dramatically improve the look of a room. Focus on the areas that need improvement and you'll notice big difference.
3. Quick Kitchen Makeover
When it comes to kitchen remodelling, there's no need to go overboard. You may either install new kitchen cabinets or give your current one a new paint. Change the aesthetic of your kitchen by adding new countertops and backsplash.
4. Create Your Own Décor
We all want our homes to feel like “us”. To imbue a personal touch, consider crafting some of the decor yourself. You'll be shocked at how much a few wall decorations can do!
5. Install flooring
Floor laying may seem like a daunting task but it's actually quite easy, and affordable too. It’s ideal to focus on a specific space, like a study or a children's playroom, rather than the entire house, unless you have a lot of free time on your hands.
6. Exterior Home Improvement
Regardless whether you plan to sell or stay in your house for a long time, exterior improvement are worth the investment. Replacements of the roof and windows are popular options.
7. Glam Up Your Staircase
The stairs is usually the first thing you see when you enter a home. Why not spruce up your staircase? A striped runner or black-and-white paint job on the stairwell makes a statement. Patterned wallpaper or peel-and-stick flooring break up the all-white aspect of the stairs. Alternatively, swap out an outdated bannister with trendy wrought-iron posts, two-toned railing or dark wood balusters.