Best Possible Ways to Reinvent your Home

When your home starts to feel stylistically stale, it’s tempting to imagine what you’d do with unlimited funds and an army of contractors. Big fixes go a long way, but don’t get caught up in something drastic when a smaller change — such as adding a rug or installing new flooring — can bring a static room into a different light. If you’re looking to change your space without a complete overhaul, consider some of these smaller tweaks.

Do More With Your Floor:  That space at your feet can significantly impact your room as there are some dramatic options with your flooring. If you have old wall-to-wall carpet, rip it up and replace it with new carpet. Use floor cushions or floor rugs if you don’t wish to redo the whole floor.

Add Spice with Accessories: Tie the room together with accessories. There are a number of options depending on your style and can include throws, rugs, pillows, candles, dried flowers etc. that appeal to you.

Replace your old Upholstery: Give your well-used cushions an inexpensive makeover with stylish new upholstery. Mixing and matching fabrics can help create a new feel in your living room. Add a few pillows to complete the transformation.  Coloured Cushion Covers can also be used in case you are not in a mood to replace your old cushions. Look at homescapesonline for cushion covers.

Make it more than just a wall: Turn your wall into a conversation piece by hanging wall accessories from Homescapes. Choose from the wide range of wall hanging for your wall and make it more than just a wall.

Figure out for furniture: Furniture is one of the main acts in your room reinvention, but don’t think you have to drop a fortune on a new set. If you wish to change your furniture go for Dakota wood or mango wood as they are functional and durable.

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