Considering remodeling your home?
Improving your home can bring about several benefits that go beyond the extended functionality of things; a fresh, new space can also revitalize your mental energy and give you a burst of newly-found inspiration and creativity.
Whether you choose to hire professionals to help you with your home renovations or prefer to get hands-on with the DIY route, get inspired with these fantastic and clever ideas that will rejuvenate your living spaces.
Add a fresh lick of colour to drabby rooms.
Use your creativity and consult several colour schemes to choose what shades and colours would look best in certain rooms. Be sure to consider the psychological effects of colours; different colours can affect your mood in different ways. For example, the colour yellow in your kitchen can help to increase your metabolism and give you energy, however, it seems to work better for smaller features and walls rather than as the main colour scheme. Warm shades of blue work well in living rooms as they encourage relaxation, while painting your bedroom green will allow your eyes to become more restful and helps you to relieve stress.
Don’t focus on just one colour; consider adding accents and patterns to your wall. If you’ll be tackling the painting yourself, be sure to invest in a paint sprayer for better efficiency. You can determine the best tool for your needs on www.paintsmoothly.com.
Use artwork to increase the aesthetic appeal of a room.
You don’t need to do very much to make a room look more beautiful; a striking and influential piece of art can change the whole atmosphere of a space. Hang your favourite artwork on the wall, or shop around for sculptures that will look good in those bare nooks of your room. If you’re on a budget, you can add a personal touch by creating your own handicrafts such as hanging lights and cords artistically mounted onto a wall.
Get sneaky with storage solutions:
there are an endless amount of ways you can transform unused spaces in your house into storage spaces to reduce the visual clutter and give you a more calm state of mind. For example, build in shelves under your staircase or turn the actual space under each stair into a drawer.
Embrace Feng Shui principles to increase the flow of energy. Improve the chi in your home by clearing clutter, maintaining clear and open doorways, strategically placing your furniture and adding plants and flowing water features.