Interior Design Tricks to Make Your Home Pop


Interior Design Tricks to Make Your Home Pop

Feb 26, 2019, 9:00:21 AM Life and Styles

No matter if you’ve just moved into a new home or you want to give your current home a fresh look, there are interior design tricks you can use to make your home pop. Sometimes, even the smallest changes will completely transform the place and help you achieve the look you want. And to help you, we came up with five of these tricks that could be exactly what your home needs.

Add plants and flowers

Take a look at any modern home and you’ll see a lot of greenery, especially when it comes to rental properties, and turning them into a home. For instance, renters who crave bringing a homely feel, choose to add cactuses, lemon trees, and snake plants into their home. What this does is help them create that zen vibe in their new house for rent, which is exactly what people now want. If you want to give your home a more natural look and add a pop of color, you should think about doing the same. However, don’t forget that it’s all about spreading plants out across the entire place. For a more modern look, you can also think about introducing a few of these into your bathroom and kitchen.

Use window treatments to create drama

Window treatments can play a huge role in how your home is going to look. If you want to create drama and add glamour to your home, opting for floor-to-ceiling curtains is something you can’t go wrong with. In fact, if you choose the right textures and colors, you can make your window treatments the focal points of your home. Not to mention that large curtains will help you add privacy to your home and help you make your rooms feel “finished.” On the other hand, you can go for bamboo blinds and let in more natural light. Roll up blinds fade into the background and let your furniture take center stage.

Choose a statement piece

It’s common for modern-day homeowners to decorate their homes in neutral colors such as white and gray. In case you’ve decided to do the same, it’s recommended that you choose a statement piece that stands apart from the rest of the place. Furniture works as a great statement piece as long as you get the colors right. Companies like King Living offer a wide range of quality furniture and finding a sofa or chairs you like will be a real piece of cake. Once you select a statement piece for your place, it’s time to search for accessories that complement it. This can be anything from area rugs to flower vases.

Hang wall art

Wall art is one of those things that can turn a standard room into a luxury retreat. However, many homeowners treat wall art as an afterthought which only means they don’t end up achieving the look they were going for. So, when designing the interior of your home, make sure wall art is one of the first things you introduce in it. Carefully chosen paintings or sculptures provide an instant color palette you can use for the entire room. Moreover, wall art adds a sense of texture which is exactly what many modern homes lack. The best thing about it is that you can choose wall art according to your own taste and give your home a personal stamp.

Set the mood with artificial lighting

The way you choose lighting options for your home can also determine how stylish your place is. Free-standing lamps, wall sconces, and chandeliers have the power to set the mood in every room. Not to mention that dimmer switches can help you change the tone when you want to create cozier and warmer feeling. From a design perspective, you can play with colors and textures as much as you want. There are so many lampshade designs you can choose form and there’s no doubt you’ll be able to find something that matches the overall theme of the room.

With the five tricks we talked about earlier, turning your place into a magazine-worthy home should be easy. But with new interior design trends emerging at a rapid pace, it’s a good idea to keep an eye for some new changes you can make to give your home a fresh look.


Published by Emma Lawson

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