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Owning your own place is a dream for almost every couple. But once you get there, you realize what the real fun part is – turning your house into a home! Home improvements can range from little things like a lick of paint or a tasteful ornament here and there, right through to major renovations like knocking down walls or adding rooms. In this article we will take a look at some ideas that can help you customize your house and make it your own.
One of the easiest options to effect a noticeable change is to change your upholstery, curtains, and other trim. This will simultaneously improve the appearance of your furniture and create a unified color scheme in your home. Choose the colors for your new fabric carefully, and later on you can repaint in a complementary color. Mirrors are one of the best ways of adding something to a room, in terms of bang for buck. Mirrors create an illusion of space, and can be used to make a small room seem larger as well as their more practical uses.
A new coat of paint can change the look of your home dramatically. Don’t limit yourself to boring cream, show your personality with striking colors in different rooms of your house, or choose tints carefully to suit the use of every room.
Your lighting choices also make a big difference to how a room appears. An uncovered overhead bulb will cast harsh shadows and be too bright to look at comfortably. This is fine if you’re going for a ‘crack den’ kind of vibe, but you can achieve a more relaxing look with a lampshade to diffuse your lights. If you can pay a little more, having an electrician fit wall lights is a great way to create even more ambiance. Accessorizing with trinkets and art is one of the cheapest ways to add a touch of your personality to your home. Throw rugs, sculpture, or even an indoor pot plant are a nice way to make your home seem a little more lived in.