Friday, 10 July 2015

Change Your Home Interior Without Unnecessary Expenses!

Do you have a desire to change something in the interior? But how to do it without having to spend a lot of money? It is not necessary to make any major repairs or to move the furniture. Here are some tips for you:

  • Curtains – the effect of the ‘new’ home can be achieved with a change in the style and the design of the curtains. The first thing you need to do is remove the heavy dusty curtains and replace them with drapery, made of tulle, organza or voile. Pin on them a few bright butterflies, capture them with contrasting silk cords. Let the sun and summer in your home!

  • Pick the best colour – the bright interior looks very chic, but you can quickly get tired of it. Change the cushions in the style of your new curtains. It would be even more interesting if you decorate them with beads, lace, ribbons or buttons. Orange, pink, turquoise – all of them are fresh and nice colours. Why not place a beautiful rug, painted in any of those hues? It would be a spectacular accent! Do not worry about the regular maintenance – you can rely on professional carpet cleaners Leicester to deal with that.
  • If you have enough time, then paint one wall in a contrasting colour. Hang some pictures, photos, panels or whatever else you like. You can use a photo wallpaper if you like it. Cityscape or endless blooming meadows, tropical jungles – it is guaranteed that the wallpaper will transform the space in your room.
  • In fact, every detail in the particular room is of importance. That is why you should neglect the condition of your floor, for example. In order to get its shine back, you may have to run some Leicester floor polishing.

  • Place on the table a tray with transparent stones, beads and ribbons tied with small pots of blooming violets, tulips, hyacinths and other flowers. Instead of pots you can use an old tea service – that will surprise your guests pleasantly. On the window sill you can make a small garden of fresh spices – onion, parsley, dill, basil, thyme, mint. You have a really wide range of options. 




Hopefully,
these pieces of advice will help you diversify your home interior as easily as possible!


Stay positive!
xoxo, Maya

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