By Laronda Dowdle. interior. Published at Thursday, June 21st, 2018 - 00:14:51 AM.
A good place to start: group accent pieces in threes. Try three colored glass bottles on your entryway table. or use only three pillows on your living room sofa.Once you're done rearranging what you have on hand. take a step back. and use your sense of perception to suss out how the room feels. Make tweaks as you go: add or take away items as necessary. until you feel you've struck an ideal balance.Update windows with elegant drapery
Add feature lighting Builder-grade homes often rely on plain. recessed lighting to get a brighter look in kitchens and living rooms. Sure. they're effective. but recessed lighting won't do much for adding character to your home. Since you're more or less “stuck” with the lighting plan (no DIY electrical renovations. please!).
Dreary window decor makes rooms feel dark and dreary. Opt for lighter shades and stylish curtain rods. If you have high ceilings. your drapes should be long enough to avoid cutting off the room. If you have the means to hire a seamstress for truly individualized style. purchase the fabric on your own. in accordance to your budget.
One of the easiest ways to create multifunctional rooms is to put together a kitchen with a dining room area. As open-floor plans become more popular. people aren't wanting a dining room separated into its own room. They want to be able to cook and socialize.The spaces below make great use of combining the kitchen space and eating area into one room.