Top 5: How to make accessories work for your home
If you haven’t heard the news, it is something of a buzzword on the home renovation scene. Accessorizing was something that was once just reserved for the catwalks, but now it’s made its way into our homes – and it’s here to stay.
Of course, while it might not involve huge structural alterations to your property, there is still plenty to think about. Through today, we have collated five of the best links from around the internet to show the key areas you need to focus on when it comes to choosing the right accessories for your interiors.
Mirrors (Elle Décor)
Mirrors are often referred to as the go-to accessory for any room that is on the small size – but this isn’t just their only purpose. Elle Décor have put together a fantastic piece which shows umpteen different use cases for mirrors can how they can benefit your home. There are twenty examples in total, and we are sure that you can find one that is applicable to your situation.
Flowers (Avas Flowers)
The next accessory comes courtesy of Avas Flowers. Avas Flowers have some great images across their social platforms showing how flowers can transform a room and provide it with that elusive wow-factor.
This is an accessory which does need refreshing every couple of weeks, but it can add bursts of natural vibrance in a manner that’s just not possible with any other form of decoration.
Rugs (House Beautiful)
For some people, a rug is a mere addition to a room. For others, it can evolve into a true focal point.
If you wish to fall into the latter category, read this article from House Beautiful. They have delved into every eventuality, showing how and where you should use your rugs to maximum effect. Whether it is size, shape, color or even room – this guide has it all.
Art (Homes and Gardens)
Now, if you happen to be an art enthusiast, we’d urge you to skip this next section. For everyone else, take a read of this link by Homes and Gardens.
Put simply, it’s a simple guide to art and what you should be looking for when you decorate your home. Rather than homing in on specific artists, it talks about features within the artwork.
For example, it shows you what to look out for when it comes to color, and also how you should be looking to make art work in different areas of your home. For anyone who wants the classic accessory, but doesn’t have a clue where to turn, this is an excellent resource.
Lighting (Ideal Home)
The fact that there are professional lighting designers says everything you need to know about the complexity of this topic. However, as a homeowner, you can make a difference with your choice of lighting.
This article from Ideal Home tries to condense the topic down into seven actionable points. For anyone looking for a simple solution, this can be the perfect starting guide.