By Kacey Luna. interior. Published at Friday, August 17th, 2018 - 09:33:24 AM.
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.
Plus. since both paint and wallpaper are quite affordable. and application is easy to complete. this project is a simple way to create a focal point without undertaking any major renovations.Start by choosing which wall to accent. Typically. the accent wall will be the first wall you see upon entering the room: the wall that's furthest from the door.
Taking an afternoon to trim mirrors in stained or painted hardwood gives your bathroom a completely custom look that is anything but generic. Try matching your cabinetry finish or stain for a more refined look. or go for a bright color for a fun kid's bathroom. Getting rid of the harsh. plain edges of unframed mirrors adds character. and. best of all. doing so doesn't require a complete bathroom renovation.
Try a ceiling treatmentLook up! Most builder-grade homes don't do much with the ceilings. Usually. they're simply painted white. leaving more budget for other areas and details of the home. However. adding character to your ceilings can give your home a more lived-in. custom look. Try installing decking to give your ceiling more texture. or add a ceiling medallion to bring attention to a unique light fixture.