• 3 Design Tips for Decluttering Your Home

    3 Design Tips for Decluttering Your Home

You can easily change the look of your space by how you style it. The design and flow of each room can change how it looks, functions, and feels. With the right design, you can create a more relaxing and welcoming space. Little changes can also help you make the best of a small environment and showcase the best features of your décor. Fortunately, you don’t need to embark on an all-out renovation to enhance your home. When it comes to decluttering your home, there are a few décor advantages.

Design Tips for Decluttering Your Home

Declutter

First thing’s first, you must start decluttering your home. When your tabletops, shelves, and workspaces are covered in “stuff”, it’s time to start decluttering your environment. Clutter can take over and overshadow the design of the room. By decluttering on a regular basis, you can transform your living space to feel larger, cleaner, and brighter. 

Of course, to declutter effectively, you’ll need to make sure you are doing it correctly. Here are our 5 Easy Steps to Declutter Your Home.

Add Textures

When you really want to upgrade your interior designs without full-blown remodeling your entire living space, adding more texture is a perfect way to achieve a more dynamic design. Throws, rugs, cushions, pillows, and blankets are all cost-effective ways to add textures to your home. Adding different textures like patterns or faux-fur can make a remarkable difference in the way a room feels. 

Use different fabrics to create the illusion of space, like hanging curtains above the window to the floor adds the illusion of height to a room. Another industry trick is to place an area rug under furniture in such a way that it extends outward which can make a space look and feel bigger.

Let There Be Light

Adding light sources, especially natural light, can transform any environment from gloomy to glorious. You’ll want to start by allowing as much sunlight as possible to enter your small space. Choose sheer fabrics instead of blackout curtains to hang from windows which allow lots of light to enter the room. This is especially important in small living areas, kitchens, and dining rooms, to help brighten your home. 

Additionally, you are unlikely to be bothered by early morning sunlight in these particular areas. Another way to add more light to a space is by using reflective surfaces like glass vases and decorative mirrors. 

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