Have you recently moved into your student flat? More than likely, you will be unimpressed by the drab decor and are dying to change it, but as a student, you may feel limited financially. You may have set yourself a decor budget but are struggling to find items that are affordable but also look great. Read these top tips which will help you stick to your design budget, while also creating a student flat you will love.
Styling your home to meet your need is part of the joy of interior decor. Whatever you want to change, your options are unlimited. So let’s take a look at what redecorating your home means and some of the ideas that you might want to implement. Your home is your castle and making the most of the space and rooms that you have will come down to getting as much out of it as you put in.
For a lot of people, the idea of using water as a tool to make their home look better will seem very abstract. This sort of element is something you’ll usually want to keep out, rather than letting it in, and this is something which makes a lot of sense. When it’s under control, though, the wet stuff can be a very powerful tool. Giving you the ability to influence the moods of people in your rooms, while also making it easier to get life’s jobs done, there are loads of ways to start incorporating this into your home design. To give you a head start, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to achieve this goal for yourself.
Furnishing an apartment can be a big task. How do you create luxury living when you spent all of your money landing your dream apartment in the first place?
Are you bored of your bedroom? Do you wish it was a little more luxurious than the basically functional room it is now? Do you believe your bedroom should be as glamorous as that of a Hollywood star? This is the post for you. Read on to find out how you can transform your boring bedroom into a beautiful boudoir…
With the unusual snowy weather recently and plenty of rainy spring days ahead of us, having somewhere you can curl up and get cosy indoors is of vital importance. You need somewhere that helps you feel comfortable and warm, and lets you avoid the miserable weather outside. If you want a space in your home that will comfort you when the weather is getting you down, you can easily turn any room or just a corner of a room into a cosy nook. You can go for a big transformation or just set up a small space for an affordable makeover.
Like me, you have probably seen the home decoration programmes on tv, or looked through the latest interior design magazines, and bemoaned the fact that you can’t afford to furnish your home the same way. I’m not saying you want a house that looks like Downton Abbey, but something on a smaller scale may be nice. Thankfully, you don’t have to break the bank when it comes to rejuvenating your home, as there are ways to save money on both your furniture and decor. I have listed a few thrifty ideas here, so no matter how big or small your budget, you might find something useful to consider.
If you’re one of those people who hate being around lots of mess you’ll probably want to spend a long time thinking about your approach to interior design. Those who want to create a clean and fresh space will likely gravitate towards minimalist themes, and that’s excellent news because you can achieve that goal without breaking the bank in most instances. While there are no limits to what you can do at home this year, the tips below should point you in the right direction when it comes to designing your rooms to suit the minimalist aesthetic.
Whether you’ve been living in the property for five minutes or five decades, every home needs an upgrade from time to time. For most homeowners, the consumption of time and money makes this a far less attractive prospect. It needn’t fill you with horror, though, not when there are so many quick and easy projects to consider.
We spend a lot of time making sure that our homes “look the part.” We spend many hours deciding what colours to paint the walls, figuring out the right style, and making sure it has everything it needs to be a functional property. Yet while functionality is important, there’s something else that your home needs to be, too: fun! After all, the novelty of how your home looks will wear off pretty quickly, but the fun? That’ll last forever! Below, we take a look at five ways you can up the fun factor in your house.