Do you ever wonder how you can make your house more spacious? How to make things look neater? Or how to turn your house into a home?
Before you can truly settle into a house, you have to decorate it. Unfortunately, developing your décor can be a hassle, especially after a big move, but thankfully you’re not alone. Here are some nifty hacks you can try to help your house look and feel even more like home!
Does your guest room or office space seem just a tad too small? No worries! Just place a decorative mirror behind a lamp. This will create the illusion of a larger space and brighten up the room.
Use command hooks to easily hang curtain rods. This is an incredible easy and inexpensive way to add some personality to a drab window, while not doing any damage to your walls.
Trying to subtly add pops of color to your home can be very difficult, but a great way to jumpstart the decorating process. Paint the sides of your doors bright colors to add some vibrancy to any room.
In the summer having clunky fans in your house can ruin your décor, so a quick and easy way of sprucing up your fan is just by decorating it with tape and ribbons. This is such an easy and fun way of making an unfortunate summer appliance into a cool decoration.
Disco balls may seem a bit extreme as a decoration, but you can mirror its effect easily on any regular lampshade. All you need is to grab some glitter and paint the inside of the lampshade for a cool reflective light effect. Another option is to poke holes into a dark lampshade for a super cool starry effect.
Paint half of your walls a different color to give the illusion of higher ceilings. This definitely helps in making a room look bigger, and it also adds a unique touch to any room.
Do you hate when the metal rings on your shower curtains start to rust? To avoid this problem, ditch them completely and use ribbon to keep your curtain hanging instead. This is an inexpensive and time-consuming way to make your bathroom look cuter, while solving a common problem.
Do you need extra storage? Get a floating bookcase. Not only is this a nice, clean, and useful way to add extra storage, it also livens up a dead space.
For a cool trick to add your own touch to a room without damaging it, you can make a paste of water and cornstarch to make removable wallpaper out of fabric.
Rubber mats are necessary for preventing your guests from tracking dirt into your home, but typically not so pleasing to the eye, so add some fabric to them using spray adhesive. This is a cute, easy, and inexpensive way to turn your boring old mats into something better!
On the prowl for a new set of curtains but don’t want to break the bank? Cut an inexpensive duvet cover in half to make your own. This is a cheap and sustainable way of updating the décor of any room.
Speaking of cheap, would you like a cheap tip for adding a rustic touch to your home? Then try adding jute rope to any window dressing. Incorporating little touches like this into your home is an easy accomplishment, but complements the vibe of any room.
The simplest way to spice up the décor of a room is to add a pop of color. One tip is to paint the sides of dresser. This is a fun detail that can brighten up a child or adult’s bedroom, and is super easy to accomplish.
We all know that decorating can be a stressful task to take on. Regardless of how you choose to decorate, using any of these tips are sure to make the process that much easier.