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Top 7 Ways to Do a Home Makeover

by Guest Blogger on May 28, 2020 9:23:00 AM

Are you the type who gets bitten with the renovation bug every once in a while? Could it be that you are simply bored with the current look of your home? Would you want to do a home makeover, but do not know where to start? Then calm your nerves, read on and see what home makeover inspirations you can get from this article. Whether it’s making use of decorative paints, new furniture, or cutting-edge concrete floor coatings, there are a number of ways that you can employ to elevate the look and feel of your abode.

Whether you want to do your makeover area by area or go all out and take on a full renovation project, you can be assured that there’s a wide selection of design concepts available. Just remember that before you start, you must have a clear theme in mind. This will ensure that things can start on the right foot and have a definitive guide on how you want to end product to look.

Furthermore, if it’s a relatively big task that you think you cannot handle alone, it is best to secure the services of an interior fit-out company. Interior design consultants can provide valuable insight with their expertise and experience. They can definitely help you in transforming your ideas into reality.

To help you started, here are seven fantastic ideas that you can derive inspiration from when doing a home makeover:

7. Decorate with Fabric

Do you want to spruce up your sunroom? Are the kids clamoring for a more youthful look for their bedroom? How about infusing more personality into your living area?

An idea that you can explore when reviving the look of any room in your house is by using fabric. Fabrics are simple additions that can bring maximum impact with its variety of colors, designs, and textures.

You can swathe a room with soft and fancy lace curtains or afford yourselves more privacy and comfort with heavier black-out drapes. Fabrics can also be used to upholster tired furniture, as a statement rug, or accents that can adorn nooks and corners in your home.

Whether your requirements are for practical or decorative purposes, you can turn to fabrics as a means to meet your needs.

6. Bring in New Furniture

Sometimes, just changing the usual things look around the house can already spell a difference. When you’re fed up with looking at the dated or worn furniture that you have, then you can replace these with new ones.

You can get rid of all of these or just choose to let go of the most outdated or scruffy ones. Whichever route you choose, make sure that it is something that goes with your concept so you will have a longer time appreciating it.

Huge pieces of furniture can already transform the look of a space. You can also just go for one or two unique pieces, so these can serve as a focal point of the room. Go for sleek designs if you want a modern vibe or go subtle and simple with minimalist ones. Whatever you choose, it should be something that will satisfy your aesthetic or practical sensibilities.

5. Experiment with Fixtures

Geometric light fixtures, huge mirrors, or a one-of-a-kind bookshelf are fixtures that can add character to your home space. These kinds of items or decorations can spell the difference between drab and fab.

Why not see if you can already brighten up your dining area by hanging an industrial-style lighting fixture from your ceiling? See if your foyer can benefit from a specially-cut mirror. How about using a bespoke bookcase as a divider between your study and the kid’s reading nook?

Look around or consult an interior designer as to what other fixtures you can use to beautify each room or enhance the use of space in your home. From small, decorative ones to gigantic pieces that will wow your guests, you can certainly look forward to a fresh look through the use of fixtures.

4. Set up your Space with Sustainable Features

You can also look into getting sustainable items or put up eco-friendly elements in your home as a makeover move.

Real plants can be wonderful and earth-friendly additions to spruce up an area. Research has shown – like one study from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) – that plants have air-cleaning abilities aside from making places more pleasant to look at.

You can also add a water fountain, handmade items from thrift stores or garage shops, or even DIY crafts made from organic or recycled materials that you or your family members made. Upcycled items such as old cooking pots or unused milk bottles can be turned into flower vases, planters, or artistic decors that can liven up a spot or two in your home.

3. Look into Art Fixtures

Convert your home space into a gallery of artistic expression with carefully curated art pieces.

You can invest in a painting as a central feature on your staircase wall, showcase sculpture in your main hall, or put up a light and sound installation in your indoor garden. Whether or not these artistic creations are from known artists or are the work of art of your little ones, as long as they complement your theme, then you’re good to go.

2. Explore Decorative Paint Finishes

Play with colors and textures with a wide selection of decorative paint finishes. You can go bright and bold, or clean and cozy with your choices.

These days, you can go further than just having plain painted walls. There’s a wealth of options when you choose to use paint finishes ranging from various hues to more modern executions of texture and design. From wood effects to Swarovski-embellished surfaces, you can transform your space from dowdy to extraordinary.

1. Make use of Decorative Floor Coatings

Make every step an uplifting experience as you perk up your floors with decorative flooring. Mix and match patterns; go matte or glossy or stay with sophisticated shades that will make each step a joy.

Concrete floors can be given a new and more exciting lease on life with decorative finishes. Aside from their hard-wearing and easy-apply qualities, floor finishes can also breathe beauty and personality into your floors with an array of designs.

 

AUTHOR BIO

Ralph El Eid is the Business Development Manager at COLORTEK - Wall & Floor Fashion. EQUIPAINT is the franchise owner of COLORTEK in Dubai (U.A.E.) and Doha (Qatar); an international paints manufacturer specializing in the widest range of decorative paints and seamless concrete & resin flooring, with a unique showroom concept, and thus an ideal destination for homeowners, consultants, architects, interior designers, and paint applicators.

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