1. Reposition your bed :
If you have a large room, your bed doesn’t need to be against the wall. If you add some space between the bed and the window, you’ll create a cozy reading spot or something creative pictures.
2. Rearrange your artwork :
Decorating art on a blank wall can seem overwhelming at first. The process is to let your art, personal style, and the space itself guide your decisions. Figure out whether you would prefer an uniform or classic look, and decide what would look best in the provided space.
3. Cover your walls with tapestries :
Tapestries are fantastic because not only do they make a bold look, but they’re relatively cheap and they make your room super budget-friendly. Get an inexpensive one today.
4. Get actual curtains or hang your current curtains higher :
See different styling options as well as solid curtain choices available, Get it done from an Interior Designer.
5. Pack up your non-seasonal stuff :
For a relatively small room, put stuff in some suitcases or storage boxes. If you’re worried about pests, then you can add these cedar balls to your bins and for humidity, you can add these desiccant control packets.
6. Change up the lighting in the room :
Try replacing your lamp, throw in some string lights (copper adds a unique touch), add a suspending lantern or bulb, or maybe even throw in a quirky chandelier. Lighting makes the environment look perfect.
7. Get rid of junk on your table and under it :
Let’s face it, you’ve probably been stacking everything you’ve accumulated over the years under your desk. Let’s clean up this Diwali.
8. Get a rug and care for your floors :
Rugs actually help to absorb noise like the sound and vibration of walking or things falling onto the floor, especially on hard surfaces like hardwood floors. A rug will obviously decrease the noise in your space.