21 July, 2022
We all yearn for the comforts of a well-designed, cozy home. While many do-it-yourselfers work tirelessly on their homes and appear to be constantly updating or renovating—- this is not possible for those of us who don't know the difference between a table saw and a drill. Of course, the latter group could simply hire someone to renovate their homes for them, but this would entail messy and expensive renovations. Anyone who has done a major renovation knows how much money it costs and how much mess it makes. How can we modernize our homes without undertaking major renovations? We want updates that everyone, not just the handy do-it-yourselfers, can do. Here's our response: Make Room for Open Space in Your Home When it comes to home buying and ownership, open floor plans are at the top of the list. Homeowners prefer an open floor plan in which the kitchen, family room, and dining room are all connected. Furthermore, formal dining rooms appear to be out of style. A variety of ways to brighten up your home. Some of the simpler methods include purchasing bright colored dining tables or coffee tables, and floor lamps for your home. Place a couple of tall floor lamps in dark corners and watch your space come to life. Layer this lighting with lamps on side tables to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Then, if you're feeling daring, you can replace all of those out-of-date ceiling fixtures with the stunning modern masterpieces available on the market. Of course, this last step may necessitate hiring an electrician for installation, but if you're handy, replacing a ceiling fixture isn't too difficult. Whether you go all out and replace all your ceiling fixtures or keep it simple with floor lamps. Modernize Your Window Treatments Windows appear to be frequently overlooked. Homeowners struggle to decide which style would best suit the room, so they give up and leave the windows bare or simply install simple blinds for privacy. The thing is, windows beg to be dressed up! You're missing out on a whole layer of spectacular decorating by leaving your windows bare. While those who are fortunate enough to have views of the ocean or mountains may disagree, even the best views can be framed by stylish window panels. Windows can be dressed to match your style and preferences. Geometric curtain panels can be bold and graphic, or beachy with gauzy white sheers, or minimalist with bamboo shades—the possibilities are endless. If you're worried about all the possibilities, take inspiration from the color schemes you already have. The simplest option is to match your curtain panels to the color of your walls, which creates a look that works with any style.