Easy Ways to Give your Indoor Space a Quick Lift

After a few years of living in your dream house, chances are you’re starting to feel restless. The home you loved is no longer as dreamy or appealing as it once was. Now you have clutter, boring colors, chipped off paint, and a host of other problems that bog down the beautiful home you once had. But restoring your home to its former glory doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. There are small steps you can take to make your dream house impressive and adorable once again.

Here are some easy ways to give your indoor space a quick lift :

  • Pain a wall with chalkboards up wall regularly with new chalk/art designs.
  • If you are wary about adding nails to wall, stick decorative wall decals on blank wall space.
  • Add an unexpected splash of colour in room and furniture such as bottom of chairs, side of door, etc.
  • Add living plant life to your space.
  • Toss out all of your unwanted junk.
  • Hang a sheet of colourful fabric on a blank wall.
  • Add a new rug to the floor for a patch of colour.
  • Renovate your existing furniture instead of buying new ones.
  • Rearrange your existing furniture into a new arrangement.
  • Start applying basic feng shui principles to your home.

Hope this helps. Weekend is here…little change maybe healthy with changing seasons.

Reference : https://img.wonderhowto.com/img/25/09/63525305834198/0/10-super-easy-ways-give-your-indoor-space-quick-lift-without-any-expensive-renovating.w1456.jpg

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Mixed Focus says:

    Great post! Adding a plant and getting rid of junk is a good idea… as a hoarder it might take me longer than expected to do the latter…

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    1. GS says:

      Haha, adding indoor plants is a good place to start. Not only do indoor plants enhance the overall appearance of a space, but they’ve been shown to boost moods, increase creativity, reduce stress, and eliminate air pollutants — making for a healthier, happier you.

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      1. Mixed Focus says:

        That’s good to hear! I need a bit of that right now, might be a good option. Thank you! This is a great piece, hope all is well 🙂 – Conor

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      2. GS says:

        All is well here Conor. Keeping busy. Hope you feel rejuvenated soon again.

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  2. CattleCapers says:

    I learned how to use wall putty so no fears about making holes in the wall.

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    1. GS says:

      Wow that’s a handy skill to learn. While there are many products, including joint compound and spackle, that can be used to patch or smooth out different types of walls, wall putty is particularly useful on plaster or concrete walls. Wall putty can fill in small cracks and holes, and adding a couple thin layers over the wall will improve its appearance and help paint adhere better.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing.

      Like

    1. GS says:

      Simple and easy ways to change.

      Like

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