With 2019 well underway and spring just around the corner, many of us like to turn our attention to our homes and give them a makeover. Whether it’s just a lick of paint and a few new accessories or a top to bottom overhaul; there are many ways in which you can spruce up your home in time for the warmer weather and it doesn’t have to be costly. If you have a bigger renovation project in mind or maybe having some building work carried out; it’s important to make sure you have the right cover, such as that from Chill Home Insurance, just to make sure you’re protected in the unlikely event that something was to go wrong.
If your home is in need of a spruce up then there are simple changes that can make big improvements and you don’t have to spend a lot.
Add a splash of paint
A lick of paint can transform the look of any room and can even make a smaller space look bigger. As we start to enter spring, pastel colours around the home will tie in nicely with the season and add a brighter look to your walls.
If you’re wanting to make a room look bigger, then opting for lighter colours such as white, blue and green, can make a room look more spacious. As well as paint, lighting is also key to making a room feel more open. By allowing natural light to come in, the room will feel more inviting and create a more open feel.
Bring the outdoors in
Whether they’re real or artificial, adding plants into your home creates a personal touch as well as many other benefits. Plants can be used anywhere within the home and create an eye catching look throughout the year. Using different style pots which co-ordinate with your colour theme, means you can bring the outdoors in and reflect them against the interior of your home.
Opting for real plants instead of artificial is a good idea as they have been proven to have good health benefits. Having plants around the home helps to purify the air, boost morale and have a better impact on our overall health.
Create a more personal look
Adding photos and prints around the home can make a huge difference. Whether it’s single photos around the room or a gallery wall in your living area; images and frames will add a more personal touch to your home and make the walls look more decorative.
There are many places you can purchase prints and posters from and they don’t have to be expensive. High street shops and online retailers also sell a variety of frames, which you can match with your décor and colours within the home.
There are so many simple ways in which you can update your home. By simply adding a coat of paint or displaying some prints; giving your home a revamp, doesn’t have to be expensive.
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