Effective Ways To Add Charm To Existing Interiors

Posted on April 22, 2016 By

Add Charm To Existing InteriorsNot everyone wants to revamp their home from scratch every single time, and honestly, budget-wise it doesn’t make sense to invest in totally new interiors every year. However, a smart home owner always find ways to create maximum impact. In this post, we will talk about some simple ways to creating a new dimension for your existing home, with ideas that are relatively easy to implement.

Start with letting go of excess

Time to sell, give away or junk stuff that you don’t need or like anymore. Take your furniture to sell at a re-sell store. Stuff you bought from Crate and Barrel or Ikea years ago that are falling apart or totally out-dated should go first. “Decorative” items that are cluttering your space should be removed from the house. Walls that are covered with prints, posters and other stuff that are not worth $10 in resale, should be sold anyway or given away. Leave a relatively clean and manageable space.

Who needs furniture?

High-end residential architecture and interiors don’t need much furniture or for that matter anything else. A choice collection of custom-designed or one-off pieces by world-renowned architects or designers that will appreciate in value in years to come will be a welcome addition to the space. Old doors from a country barn are not. At least for the next five years, there is no foreseeable trend in cluttering up a house any more.

Add personal touch

Auction houses like LA Modern, sometimes have very good deals in little known modern items that will be excellent investment in the years to come. You need to know what you are bidding for. And you need to know what you like. Your house is your personal art gallery and you are the curator. It is your “personal touch” and it will bring you a fortune in the future, if you play it right.

Go for illumination

Devoid of clutter, light is the best companion of architectural space. Diffused daylight through a very large plate glass window, stained glass panels in a De Stijl window wall or a cloistral group of exceptionally tall French windows is something that no money can buy. Uniformly lit, pot-lighted interiors are out. Focused LED light beams that accentuate and enhance the profiles and shapes of space and content are in.

With these ideas, getting your home a new look is easier than ever. Just start with a strategy and exchange what you don’t want with something that you really want.

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