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Styling Tricks To Make your Home Look Like They Do In A Magazine

By on December 17, 2014

Want to give your place a magazine-worthy look without the high-end interior designer price tag? These styling and decorating tips will have your place ready for it’s close up – and some of them won’t cost you a dime.

sCreate Height With Branches

Greenery and branches are an excellent way to enhance large spaces as well as bring dimension to smaller abodes. A simple vase full of leaves and greenery on a counter or table instantly adds a fresh feeling, and it’s more gender neutral than a large bouquet of flowers.

Store Bathroom Accessories in Decorative Trays

Corral perfumes, countertop necessities, candles, and a bud vase with a bloom or two in decorative trays. It’s a bathroom after all, and we know there are products you use all the time; this just helps them to look better.

Mix Throw Pillow Shapes and Sizes

An imperfect collection of decorative pillows in a variety of shapes, sizes, and textures add color and dimension to sofas and settees. Avoid keeping them all perfectly plump for a more natural, lived-in feel.

Have A Chalkboard? use it

Whether with your grocery list, an inspirational saying, or a quick doodle, use your chalkboard to infuse personality into your rooms.

add a Contrasting Colour Pop

If your space is decorated in cool tones, add a pop of warmth with a contrasting color through flowers or decorative accessories. A grouping of bright pink flowers will really stand out in a blue room, just as a purple throw and pillow in a mainly yellow room will bring some visual “wow”. Look around, identify a color the room is missing, and introduce a small dose for big effect.

Use White Towels

Nothing says luxury like a stack of fresh, fluffy, white towels. We think it’s a modern take on bathroom décor and love how they inject a spa-like feeling into spaces. Just make sure to read up on how to keep your whites white.

Leave Your Chairs Pulled Out

In photos and real life, when a chair is pulled out slightly from a desk or table, it enables the viewer to get more of a sense of the shape and style of the piece. Give it a try in your home, just not too far out that it becomes a hazard.

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One Comment

  1. HansBrowning

    December 18, 2014 at 6:39 PM

    Awesome! Its really awesome piece of writing, I have got much clear idea about from this piece of writing.

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