Mastering The Art Of Accessorizing

When it comes to revamping your interiors, you don’t always want or need to make wholesale changes. Trends come and go, and if you swapped pieces of furniture and color themes on a regular basis, you’d soon notice the financial hit. If you can learn to accessorize, you can embrace new trends and celebrate your individual style without breaking the bank. If you’re keen to freshen up your interiors, here are some simple tips that will make your home look and feel fabulous.

Soft furnishings

Soft furnishings are an excellent way to add texture and interest to any room. In the winter months, we tend to go for thicker, heavier fabrics, which create that warm and cozy vibe. In the spring and summer months, you can go for lighter materials to add a fresher, crisper feel. Cushions and blankets are ideal accompaniments for sofas, armchairs, and beds. In the cooler months, you can also add throws, and fur is a great option. Rugs are also an essential to keep those toes warm on winter days, but they also work well in spring and summer. Swap faux fur and wool for jute or cotton. You can pick cushion covers and throws up very cheaply if you shop online, or you could even create your own if you’re a knitting maestro. You can mix and match prints and patterns, or go for a single shade if you like the color blocking trend.


Lamps and lighting

Lighting is a brilliant way of adding ambiance, but you don’t have to stop at a statement pendant light or a chandelier. Scattering lamps around the room can help you to channel a theme, express your sense of style, and add a unique twist to your design. Modern table lamps are great for contemporary homes while industrial-style oversized floor lamps with exposed filaments are perfect for loft apartments. If you have a boutique hotel vibe going on in your boudoir, art-deco shades are ideal for bedside lamps. Once your lamp is in place, you can add extra accessories, like coffee table books, vases of flowers or scented candles to complete the look.

Kitchen accessories

Accessories are a fantastic, easy way of adding color to your kitchen. If you have a black or white kitchen or you have granite or stainless steel in abundance, it’s good to add a few different tones. You can use all kinds of accessories to bring your room to life, such as vases, lanterns, storage pots, tea, coffee, and sugar jars, and plant pots. Plants are also a really effective way of brightening up the space and making it feel clean, bright, and airy.

When you think of interior makeovers, you may worry about the money and stress involved. However, freshening up your home doesn’t have to be costly or time-consuming. Mastering the art of accessorizing allows you to switch up the look of your home and try out new trends without spending a lot of money or devoting much time to the project. You can experiment with colors, textures, and prints, and you can mix and match different looks to come up with the perfect blend.

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