Your house can look and feel luxurious and high-end without costing you a fortune. Here are some tips and tricks for making your house look more expensive.
Pick a color palette that speaks to you and use it to inform your decorating decisions throughout your home. You can start by picking one piece of art or furniture that you like and choosing complimentary pieces based off its colors. This will make your home look put-together and professionally designed.
Get rid of clutter. Leave pieces that are useful and serve the look you’re going for. Remove anything that isn’t functional or contributing to the aesthetic you are trying to achieve.
Mirrors reflect light and make spaces seem larger. They’re an easy and inexpensive way to expand and brighten up a room.
Adding a fresh coat of paint to the walls or kitchen cabinets can go a long way toward making your home look new. For walls, go for neutral colors like taupe. If you want something bolder, try painting an accent wall a darker shade. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even paint your ceiling or cover it with wallpaper.
Displaying plants and flowers around your home is a great way to make your home look fresher and more inviting. Plus, it can add some life to a space. The color and texture it provides will brighten up your home.
You don’t have to shell out a fortune purchasing large, intricate items to make your home look fancy. Incorporating small, eye-catching pieces that are bold and unique in your décor will make a big impact. Look for a shiny or reflective decorative piece to place on the coffee table or a mantle. Or, hang a striking chandelier. Just one bold piece has the power to completely transform a room.
You can decorate and update your home to look expensive and luxurious with these low cost, simple tricks. And if you’re looking to renovate, learn more about our renovation programs or contact us today.
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