Jazz Up Your Home
One of the confusing aspects of decorating the space that people face is what things to highlight and how to keep it simple.
First thing that you need to understand is that there is really a fine line between the making the space warm and cozy and making it clutter. These days the sizes of the room are becoming smaller day by day, which makes is important to utilize each inch of space effectively.
Here are some tips which will help to décor your home effectively:
Furniture need not be always small. Most of the people assume that furniture must be small in order to make space open and light but you can be different. Like example a large piece of furniture can be a statement such as detailed armchair, sofa, etc. this will add character to room and it’s much better to have one large piece then clutter of small things.
Use Mirrors and Glass in unusual ways:
Light plays such an important part to make the room or space seem large and cheerful. This is where mirror and glass play a helpful role as they reflect light and this maximizes light. Placing the glass and mirrors in unconventional way can make it interesting place such as furniture class mirrors or different shades mirrors.
Create a nook in room to be conversation corner with set of coffee chairs or small group of sears which adds individual character and is also inviting.
Multipurpose furniture which has multiple utilities like the ottoman which has storage and double up as seat or prop to put your feet up is best way to jazz up home with the furniture and have stunning looking home which is cozy as well as not a clutter.
Use walls effectively as the floor space. Remember just with superb furniture your room will not jazz up if you have bare walls as it will look dull and drab. Pay good attention to walls and use nice colors on walls, or wallpapers are big hit, as walls are the perfect backdrop to statement pieces. Adding art pieces on walls will also make difference.
A room should have splash of colors to jazz up such that there is contrast or tone to tone shading. Add it through walls, upholstery etc.
Don’t just stick all your furniture to walls you need to space things out and not just align things together. Angle placing of furniture is also a good idea.
Get your furniture made rather than picking up the ready pieces. Getting bespoke furniture will showcase what material, pattern and design you want and you will be able to make it such that it uses optimum space available as well as has high functionality.