It’s important to switch up your house decor now and then. Nothing can beat the excitement of buying new furnishings to achieve the style you want. From modern to vintage, sophisticated to casual decor, create what you want with whatever you want. You’re probably looking around your living room at old furniture and thinking ‘I really need to renew that’, but not sure what to replace with it. We’re here to help with these tips.
What says retro and modern more than a glass coffee table? Not only does it look beautiful and stylish, but you can put all your important stuff on there like coffee and magazines! However, if you’re going for the traditional, elegant look, they’re tons of subtle ways you can decorate your tables and other furnishings to fit this style. A grandeur mahogany coffee table with a flower centrepiece would fit nicely.
As all the sofa connoisseurs say, it’s all in the fabric! Whatever style you’re searching for, a beautiful sofa is the main statement of your living room. Nowadays, we have such a huge amount of choice when it comes to couches. Check out regular promotions like the leather chesterfield sofa sale to buy your dream one. Whether you want an Eighteenth-century elegant chaise lounge, a casual rounded arms or a Mid-century sofa, there’s something for everyone out there.
A fantastic way to de-clutter your living room and save on space is the use of storage units. There are a variety of storage solutions which are littered all over the internet. Use an oakwood cabinet to suit a rural decor, where the texture has a fine, oil finish. A modern look calls for a glazed tall display cabinet with subtle internal LED lighting. For the retro decor, go for shelving instead of cabinets; these give the appearance of textured walls and creates aesthetic effects with the surrounding interior lights.
As well as brightening up the room, lights are vital in achieving many other aesthetic effects. They can make a space look bigger, cosier and a lot more stylish. There are tons of lighting decor ideas all over the web if you’re looking for inspiration. Table lamps with delicate shades are perfect for a traditional decor, whereas wacky floor lamps with multi-coloured bulbs suit a retro, casual look. Don’t forget to use natural lighting too where you can; a window opening next to an armchair or a desk positioned towards the bay window does just the trick.
Does your 10-year-old bookcase look a bit sorry for itself? Turn your collection of books into a wonderful display for all your guests to browse through. Bookcases are another way to store your bric-a-brac stylishly. To suit a sophisticated, modern decor, go for a glazed bookcase with internal lighting, where you can exhibit all your most loved ornaments. For a more traditional look, buy a low walnut bookcase with a marvelous oiled finish to complete your room decor.