Six Simple Home Design Changes That Will Give Your Home a Fresh Look
They say changes are good in life because they temper our character. A linear course, in any respect, deprives us of new experiences and the lessons that come with them and which can turn out to be useful in time. The theory doesn’t only apply in the day to day life, but also when it comes to our homes, whether we speak about houses or simple flats. Read on to see six simple home design changes that will give your place a fresh look, as recommended by American home designer Celerie Kemble.
First of all, she told Popsugar.com, do not ignore the potential of your ceiling. As painting involves little effort and money, the home designer recommends creativity for superior visual effects. For instance, in the picture below, the metallic ceiling shown here brightens the room and gives it a sophisticated polish, while in an all-white room, a red ceiling can reflect a warm glow and add a bold splash.
Secondly, the whole room can visually hinge on an original and eye catching light pendant. You just need to make sure its size fits the room scale or else the balance is lost. In the image below, the designer experimented with a bird nest pendant which adds a touch of originality.
Change the tile in the bathroom and pick an original patterned style for a fresh look leaving you the impression you’re at the spa.
Go for colors and don’t be afraid to experiment in your own home! If you don’t want to paint the walls or the ceiling, then turn to accessories and options are many here: vases and potted plants, lamp shades in different colors, a throw on the couch or even the banal pillows. A chromatically vivid painting also does the job.
We looked up, now we glance down. Pick a colored or patterned rug for a whole new look of your home and an extra note of vitality for the room.
The last of the six simple home design changes is the infusion of unexpected objects in your own space that will add a dash of personality to the home. These objects can be travelling souvenirs, restored furniture items or even paintings or art work – all these will turn the home into a place that really represents you.