Create a New Home Style

19.12.19

Taking on home renovations or completely changing your style throughout your home can be an expensive and long-winded process. That being said, it doesn't mean there aren't small things you can do to freshen up your look for the new year instead! How about incorporating different themes into your current look, to help freshen up the style you have and add an extra dimension to the space? In this post I'm going to share 4 different ways you can liven up your home, without breaking the bank.


Geometric
Geometric patterns are huge right now. Whether you choose to add some statement wallpaper to a room (this style looks great in the living room and bedrooms), or simply by adding some new accessories or furnishings. Simply look for items that complement what you already have to create a new theme and add an extra something. Think patterned pillows and blankets, geometric lampshades and even furniture for a stylish look that is so on-trend.

Art Deco
If classic and elegant is more your thing, then you really can't go wrong with some statement art deco pieces. The trick to incorporating this style into your home is to look for something that will be eye-catching to create a talking feature, but something that also fits with your other furniture. An Art Deco Sideboard in your hallway or a lounge chair placed next to a full wall bookcase could really liven up a room. Remember that less is more though, so don't add too much!

Copper Accents
The right copper accessories can really transform your home. A metal wall may sound drastic, but it would really add something special. It would definitely be a show stopper and would completely change the look and feel of any home, especially when paired with well-placed copper accessories in the room!

Monochrome
Quite possibly one of the easiest styles to incorporate with any look, and can be done bit by bit or all at once. This is a timeless style that doesn't appear to be losing popularity at the minute and is a great look for kitchens and dining rooms especially. Transform your furniture too, by up-cycling to fit your monochrome look and giving it a new lease of life.

By simply taking it slow and doing it bit by bit, you can work at your own pace and not have to worry about the cost coming all at once. By re using what you already have by trying your hand at up-cycling or crafting, you can add some extra character too! Head over to Pinterest to find some great ideas on ways to create a new look at home for less without compromising on style.
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