If you have recently moved into a new home, it may feel like a blank canvas and the idea of decorating the whole home can be quite daunting. Instead of rushing to get everything decorated to a basic standard, you may want to take some time and think about how you can make a statement with your décor and furniture. Decorating your home should be a very fun experience and give you an opportunity to add to your own personal tastes. In this article, we will discuss some ways you can make a bold statement in your home.
If you are a younger person and have an interest in technology. You may want to make a feature piece in your living room using a Large TV and sound system. The right TV can be a great focal point in your living room, as you can choose TVs that have frames around them to make them look like artwork when they are not being used as TV. You can also choose to have a discreet sound system by having speakers cut into your ceilings, or you can have large floor-standing speakers to make a visual impact. In addition to looking great, you can also show off your technology by hosting film nights for your friends and family.
If you want a more subtle way of making a statement in your home, you can do this with basic furniture pieces, such as your curtains. You can swap out your boring neutral-coloured blinds or curtains, and have custom curtains made from a material of your choosing. Choose a pattern and colour scheme that is both bold and displays your own personal taste. You can contact a Curtain Makers London company that can measure your window spaces and make curtains to the perfect size. They will also be able to make additional cushions out of the material from your curtains to blend the style throughout your living room.
When styling your home, it is important to not overdo it and only stick with one statement piece per room, as too many statement pieces can become too much on the eye. For example, if you have bold curtains with a rich colour scheme, you may want to consider a neutral-coloured sofa, to prevent them from clashing.