How long have you been living in your home for? And how long has it been since you’ve had a little bit of an interior design switch up? We can almost guarantee that its been a long while since the last time you updated anything in your home. There’s usually so many other things going on in your life that thinking of the effort needed to redecorate a room is often too much to handle. So, we’ve created a room by room redesign that will allow you to have a fresh new home throughout, have a read on to find out more.
The bedroom is one of the most sacred rooms in the home. It’s where dreams are made, literally. So, to create that relaxing vibe that you’re going to need, you first need to think about your colour scheme. For the bedroom, it doesn’t really matter whether you chose to go light or dark, as long as you have blackout curtains to create that dark effect of a nighttime. So, for the interior you could follow a nice light grey and white pattern. It isn’t too dark, but it isn’t too light. If you keep the carpet grey, the walls white with one feature wall of the grey, and the bedding a mixture of white and grey you’ll have a really lovely room on your hand. You should also consider getting white furniture as well, it looks so much better against the colour scheme that oak would. All this would take is a little bit of decorating and some new bedroom furniture to achieve. It’s easily a day’s work away!
The living room is the most important part of the house for family life. It’s the area where everyone gathers to share those all important memories we build up. Again, you could go for a full makeover by swapping out the furniture for some new items. That is providing you’re needing a new set. If you are, we recommend you check out Alexander and James Sofas to switch up the room a little. As for the walls, we recommend a nice mink colour to compliment the oak furniture that you should definitely be putting in your living room. Carpet is better for a cosy look, a colour that sort of matches the colour of the wall will do fine. You could centrepiece the room by adding a nice fur rug with a rustic oak coffee table in the middle.
The dining room is that one room where laughs can be shared, family gatherings can be had, and good food can be ate. Try and keep the room as minimalist as possible. Just a table and a chairs with perhaps a coffee table at the side will be fine. A glass dining room table looks more elegant and is easier to clean. You could complete the room with a chandelier to give that grand dining sort of experience. A bit of indoor plants also helps to give the room that earthy and fresh vibe which is perfect for a dining room.