Let’s face it, 2020 was the year that brought us all back to ourselves. Back to our homes. Spending most of my day indoors, I realised just how much my physical environment has an impact on my emotional one. When my room was tidy, I felt like I am seeing and thinking clearly. When there were flowers on the dinner table, I felt more creative. So, I started thinking how can I uplift my space even more? as a sense of self-care and creativity, here’s what I found. You’re going to love it I swear

Did you know that there are 7 interior design elements? They include space, line, forms, light, color, texture and pattern. It turns out that keeping them balanced is the key to creating an aesthetically pleasing space.

First Things First – RESEARCH: In order to figure out your taste and aesthetics, I would strongly advise you to do some serious investigation. Once you’ll plan, it will be so much easier to execute. We follow many interior design accounts or influencers with beautiful apartments. For instance:


Vogue Living



Threads Interiors



Elle Decor



Elsa Hosk



Kelly Wearstler



Home Dreaming


And now for some easy home decor tips to help you spice up your place:

DIY (Do It Yourself)

There is always room for creativity – changing or adding new personality to your space doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s going to be pricy $$. I for instance like to use old bottles of San Pelegrino as a vase for flowers.

Keep It Colourful

Find the color combinations that makes you feel good. The tones that matches your personality and fits in with your furniture. There are many ways in which you can add color and texture your home. Books, Candles, Games and original and special decor gems.


The Significances Of Scenes


A unique scent is something you could create by candles or diffusers. Imagine chosing a perfume for your space, and try to stick to a cretain area of scents. It will give more perfonality and character to your home and can be visually satasfying.


Plants


Not only do indoor plants will enhance the overall appearance of your space, but they’ve been shown to boost moods. Plants at home increase creativity. They reduce stress. They eliminate air pollutants! In plants we trust to make a healthier, happier you. From Bonsai Trees to Big Kens, anything you choose is proven to improve the appearance of your place, and your inner feelings.

Once you tried to make these little changes, your space will defiantly feel more you. If your home and decor touch-ups you’ve made reflects your personality and aesthetics, it will be a safer and nicer place to be in.

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