If you’re renting or going for an renovation right now, you might want to get some help from some of your friends and family members. While you don’t necessarily need someone else to do all the work for you, some people like exploring some of their adventurous decor ideas. We decided to put together a list of 7 of the best ideas for upgrading your space.
Mirrors, whether large or small, can really bring your space back to life. Install some wall sconces to a lamp track or in the hallway to create a fancier illusion. You can also use that extra space to transform a chair into a chic chair or a nightstand. It’s easy and the only preparation you’ll have for this task will be the plumbing.
Divide a Room.
If you don’t have the budget for a big light installation on your wall, divide a room into two and preferably start with a table. If you’re not experienced — just make sure your designed is attractive.
Create the Illusionary Effect.
Is it a mirror, or is it a fake wall? If the two are actually one thing and the paper covering them, create an illusion with a carved out illusion or feature a mirror on your wall.
Jazz up a Standard.
Browning your furniture is a no no, jazz up your walls. Start with a traditional in the house, or even in a nook like the bathroom, dressing room, powder room, or hallway. Create richness and drama by using lighter, smaller pieces.
Add Up Flowers.
If flowers aren’t jewelry, then I don’t know what is going to work out for you. But if you have a flower collection that will really do the trick, add some to a flower shop or flower shop corner. It’s a lighter palette, very sophisticated.
Go For Vintage Ottomans.
Have you ever thought of using a vintage piece to add to your walls, such as a chandelier? Using a vintage piece to add to a room that has no personality will not only be comfortable, but it will also add to the style. This works best if the piece is in an abstract design or if you want to go for a mural.
Add a Little Anesthetic.
Sometimes it’s a good idea to have an eye for an improvement in the aspect of your décor that might otherwise be lost. An eye for an eye and a good mood can add value to your home. If you have high ceilings, be sure to paint a wall with depth and perhaps paint the ceiling a deep, creamy color. Or add a rug to make the room feel more carpeted.
Break the Wall!
In some cases, it might not be the best idea to have a wall full of artwork. However, smaller rooms can benefit from the illusion of a wall. If you want texture, add a rug or a rug that has a pattern. The cost of wall mural muralizing can be overwhelming because there isn’t much you can do about it. But you can try something else, like tucking a picture into the wallpaper and then framing it.
You can hang a mural and/or the frame, but it should be done vertically. Ideally, the lines should be fairly wide, but you can make it cramped if you opt for a smaller scale design such as this one.
Display Large Wallpaper.
If you’re more of a temporary solution, you might want to don your wallpaper first. This is an ideal option for smaller rooms because it tightly matches the ceiling and it’s plain enough to make the room seem like it belongs there.
This particular space is particularly bright and cozy, featuring hanging lanterns and a combination of neutral colors. But the hanging design is not for everyone. If you’re adventurous, you might want to try a wallpapered fireplace instead of the wallpaper. This creates a more intimate and cozy ambiance.
Another great way to wallpaper a wall is by painting it. You can either create a herringbone pattern or pick an eye-catching color and use it to draw.