New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home’s Interior Design
The New Year is just around the corner! If you’re looking to spruce up your home’s interior design with changes, big or small, here’s what you can do to get the changes you’ve been looking for.
Renovate That Dull Room
We all have a room in our home that needs an upgrade, be it a guest room or the kitchen. From new floors to new wallpaper or paint, upgrading a room to be more modern will make your home more beautiful. In addition, it’ll also increase your home value and make it more appealing to buyers, should you ever choose to sell. This change in your home’s interior design is a big commitment, so make sure that you plan your changes carefully and take time and cost into consideration.
Replace Those Drab Drapes
Are your window treatments still rocking the retro look, and not in the good way? It’s time for an upgrade. Choose window treatments for your home that best suit your needs based off of these main criteria:
For example, you may want to choose honeycomb shades for bedrooms that need privacy and room darkening material to let you sleep late on the weekends. In your living room, a decorative sheer shade will add beauty and natural light to your room. A shutter may be the perfect choice in your den to add beautiful aesthetic appeal and value to your home. In addition, when choosing your window treatment, give consideration to the lift system as well to ensure you achieve the perfect look for your room.
Custom Frame Your Wall Art
Do you have a lovely picture or unique piece of art that you’ve never had time to get framed, or is the frame you have just mediocre? Unlike merely going into a craft store and buying a frame that “fits,” custom framing lets you customize the frame to better suit the artwork and your home.
Craft stores like Michaels have computer programs that let you visualize the picture you want framed and coordinate the colors to match before you commit. They will choose several frames and color schemes for you to pick from and go through each with you to find the best fit. Rather than just a picture, the result will be a beautiful piece of art that will add character to a room.