Tips To Beautify Rooms In Your Home

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There’s no place like home, so why not make home the most beautiful, cozy place you can? Here are some techniques that can help you showcase the best features of every room in your house. Just a touch of color, texture, and personality can transform your home into something new!

Here’s a few tips that aren’t a lot of hassle:

 
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Remove Clutter

A tip you’ll hear often, nothing brings the best out in a room then getting rid of all the clutter and junk. If you have a hard time walking around your room or finding things, it may be time to get a few boxes and start cleaning out the stuff that doesn't really belong.

Add Some Color

Going with a neutral color scheme you can never go wrong, but if you’re feeling like your room is a little drab, don’t be afraid to add some bold colors. You can paint an accent wall or use furniture and other accent pieces to add a pop. Color doesn’t have to mean clutter, you can keep the rest of the room simple and add the dramatic touch using only a few key elements.

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Use Mirrors

Having mirrors can add light and the illusion of space to your room. Using mirrors in staging is known to help the room look like it’s much bigger than it is it. Adding a few accent mirrors, preferably right across the room from a window, helps to brighten up your space and keep it from feeling too tight and small.

 
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Add Some Green

Nothing gives a space some life like some life, literally. Add some plants to your rooms, ones that are easy to keep alive, to add a unique touch. You’d be surprised how much a room looks “finished” when you add a beautiful tree in the corner.

Play With Accessories

I get it, furniture can get expensive, but there is so much you can do just getting creative with accessories. Add some unique decorative pieces and let your room tell a story. Antique stores are a great place to find one of a kind pieces. You can also look at a Homegoods or TJ Maxx, they have beautiful and unique decorative pieces of all styles.

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Embrace the Light

Natural light, we mean. Don’t block out your windows with heavy drapes or hide them behind furniture. Decorate around your room in a way that compliments the windows and brings the natural light in.

Add Texture

Use fur throws or pillows, use patterns in your fabrics, etc. Don’t be afraid to add unique textures throughout the home. It gives your eyes something to land on as it’s looking around the room. You can even use metallic. Don’t over-do it, because then it can get overwhelming. Just get a few textures that complement each other and put them in clever places around your room.

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Tips to Beautify Rooms in your Home by Homease - the blog with one thing in mind: to inspire, empower, and encourage everyone to create a home they LOVE.
 
There’s no place like home, so why not make home the most beautiful, cozy place you can? Here are some techniques that can help you showcase the best features of every room in your house. Just a touch of color, texture, and personality can transform your home into something new! Here’s a few tips that aren’t a lot of hassle.