Decorating your home’s interior is one of the most enjoyable, yet puzzling things to conquer for some homeowners. It helps to relate interior design to clothing coordination, and consider your accent pieces the jewelry/accessories added to your ensemble.
Each room of your home can present a different interior accent to your home’s overall design. Take a quick look at some easy ways to add a stylish accent to your home’s interior design, and start sprucing up the place today.
In the living room
Your home’s living room is an important place, as your family will hopefully congregate in the area regularly. A more comfortable and enticing interior design in the living room will make it much more… liveable.
If you have enough square footage in your home, you can try your luck with bolder accents. Try adding a gorgeous piano to the room, and see how it transforms the feeling of the space. Of course, it helps to have someone playing the instrument, but a nice piano is a beauty all in itself.
In the bedroom
If you’re looking to spruce up the bedroom, there are several small ways to add a large effect to your space. Check out a few simple suggestions for adding a design highlight in your home’s bedrooms.
- Add a highlight wall with stylish wallpaper, or paint it a contrasting color.
- Add a coat of paint with a simple trimming separating two coalescent colors.
- Add accent pillows to your bedding.
- Add a stylish rug to the floor.
- Update the lighting fixtures and lamps.
Accenting your bathrooms
Your home’s bathrooms are an intimate space for all who enter. It helps to design the rooms in such a way that anyone can feel comfortable taking care of personal business in the area. You want your bathroom to feel and look clean as well.
Choose your shower curtain wisely, and make sure your floor rugs match the aesthetic of the rest of the room. Don’t get tacky with your choices, and consider neutral tones before contrasting ones.
Boost the kitchen decor
The kitchen is often the most frequented room in the home, simply because we all need food to survive. Our natural drive to eat is the center of much conversation and relationship building, so it’s important to get the decor of the area right.
Try creating a chalkboard accent wall with notes and menu items written on it. If you’re careful about how you design it, you’ll have an effective tool for family communication as well as a cool looking wall accent.
Adding highlight pieces to your dining room
The dining room may be located right up against your kitchen, but there are still things you can do to create a unique environment in each area.