By . interior. Published at Sunday, August 26th, 2018 - 05:58:14 AM.
Add plenty of plants in woven baskets and hanging pots. A cactus plant is low maintenance. and adds a great Cinco de Mayo vibe to any room.2. Mix and match primary-color stripes and patternsThe quintessential Mexican blanket is inexpensive. and versatile enough to work as a blanket. table runner. wall hanging or as fabric for throw pillows.
One of the biggest mistakes we see with studio apartment decorating is the desire to make the space feel too utilitarian. This often occurs when people work with limited budgets. and hope to move into larger living arrangements in the future. causing them to neglect investing in their studio's design.
For example: something as simple as a few throw rugs really ground each area. Adding a few accessories—especially appropriate textiles and décor elements—creates a sense that the area has been fully finished.Use visual height to make the space look larger.Create visual heightWhen dealing with limited square footage. visual height is one of your best tools for making your space feel as large as possible.
you can add floor (and table) feature lighting to warm up your space and illuminate some of the more charming parts of your home.A table lamp near a houseplant helps brighten up a dark corner. Or. create a comfy reading nook with an overhanging floor lamp and an overstuffed chair. You don't need to change out fixtures. and you can still swap out feature lighting whenever you want to try something different.