Accessorising your rooms is an easy and effective way to give them warmth and character, especially if you are brave and allow your accessories to express who you are. Not only will doing so make your rooms places where you really want to be, it will also make it easier for you to decide what goes in and what is thrown out.
In this article, we’re going to give you 12 tips to help you accessorise your rooms effectively and efficiently, so they sparkle with your character.
Have you ever been inside a house that didn’t hang together very well?
I don’t mean one where you feared for your life because the ceiling was sagging, and a bit came off the house whenever someone pressed the doorbell.
I mean a house in which every room felt radically different. The kind of home that looked like it had been put together using leftover rooms from other houses. That kind of a house?
Maybe you’re a bit worried now that your house is like this?
In this article, we’ll look at how that can happen, and what you can do about it.
Does this sound familiar to you? You’d really like to do something about your kitchen or your living room or bathroom (I mean, really like to do it), but life is too full. You simply don’t have time in your schedule to be meeting with an interior designer and going through a lengthy design process that requires regular input from you. It’s making you frustrated and annoyed.
I dread going to Mum’s house. Don’t get me wrong, I love my mum. She’s amazing. It’s her walls I don’t like. They are covered with pictures of me. Everywhere I go in the house, there’s me. Me as a baby. Me as a toddler. Me as a slightly older toddler. Me in my Communion dress. Me in my Confirmation dress. Me on holiday. Me as a teenager. Me in my wedding dress. I feel like I’m being stalked by my past self. Is your parental home like this? (Or have you just realised that your own home is like this?)
When designing an interior for a small space, it’s important to make the most of the available floor space & the wall space while still