Despite the fact that your apartment doesn’t have an eyesore insight, sometimes, you just want to shake things up when it comes to your floor plan’s interior design. If you’re plotting the most ideal way to approach this, these tips should be the ticket. Luckily, there are quite a few ways you can improve your home without the cash investment or time drain. Take a look at our suggestions below.
Move things around.
You’d be surprised at what a difference a room rearrangement will make. Swap out furniture from another room for a new look. Try using some pieces in unusual ways. For example, a dresser can look great in a living room or an entry hallway and is a great way to add storage – especially for those apartment homes that are smaller than others.
Replace the little things.
Even small changes can add make a big impact. Change out the hardware on dressers or cabinets to give your pieces a new look. Scour thrift shops, flea markets, or online resale shops for a unique accent rug, statement-making blanket, or eye-catching throw pillow. Get a new vase and add some seasonal flowers. Replace the pictures in your picture frames with new ones.
Visually expand your space.
Clutter and crowded rooms can make even a large apartment look much smaller. Move furniture around to make better use of your space. Add a mirror or two to expand your room visually. If your rooms feel cluttered, store, throw out, or donate unnecessary items to open up your space (and make your day-to-day lifestyle that much more organized).
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