Is your home looking a little tired? Is it time to bring your interior up-to-date with the latest trends this year? Fitted bedroom specialists in Glasgow, DM Design are here to tell you that doesn’t mean taking on a huge – and expensive – renovation project. In fact, what they advise is adding some fantastic little design touches which can totally transform your rooms without costing you an arm and a leg.
Layers of luxury
Giving your home a luxury feel isn’t difficult – or expensive – to achieve. Something as simple as layering your accessories can add an extra element of luxury to your home. Whether it’s in the bedroom with layers of blankets, throws and cushions, or rugs and furniture in other rooms, layering is a great way to achieve a new dimension.
Waste not, want not
What we mean by this, is consider what you have at your disposal before you shop for anything new – you might be surprised at what you can achieve with some old pieces of furniture. Recycling what you’ve already got is a great way to create decorative items to improve your home’s interior design. Whether you turn jam jars into candle holders and vases, use a pile or use candles to decorate an empty fireplace, you could save yourself some money whilst creating something great.
Brighter is bigger
Adding mirrors into your rooms can really create the illusion that the space is bigger. The mirrors amplify any light from the windows and lights and make everything brighter and more spacious. Need another tip? Place lamps in front of mirrors to amplify this effect.
Pretty plant pots
Adding fresh live plants into your home can really bring a room to life. It is an affordable way to bring your interior up-to-date, and might even add a fresh sweet smell around you home. Have more fun by mixing up plant pots between vintage and classic around your home.
Change the colour of your doors
If you have a lot of space in your property, this technique could make a huge difference. Changing the colours of the doors throughout your home from white to black is a brilliant way to change the dynamic of the whole home. Limited on space? Just paint the outer-edges for an extreme 3D effect.