Simple ways to spice up your home

Now Living Realty shares how to bring out the best in your home

As award-winning project sales and marketing experts, Now Living Realty is here to help you bring out the best in your home. Whether you’re looking to make it feel more ‘you’, wanting to improve the overall feel, or even thinking of selling, they have some great tips for you.

Add in pops of colour

Colour is a fantastic way to brighten up a space and draw attention to specific areas. Add in pops of colour through wall art, throw rugs, candles, display books or even just a vase of freshly cut flowers. Pops of colour also allow you to keep the majority of your finishes and decor neutral, while still adding personality and character to a room.

Give the illusion of space

Is your home a little on the smaller side? Mirrors are a great way to give the illusion of more space. You can maximise the effect by hanging a mirror opposite a window to enhance the feeling of natural light and space, or simply lean a mirror in the corner of a room to draw the eye.

Put your floor to work

A good rug can really tie a room together. When it comes to size, the larger the better. Smaller rugs will shrink your space, while larger rugs will give the impression of more floor space.

Keep things tidy

Unnecessary clutter can quickly make your home feel messy and cramped. Consider storage solutions (such as baskets or feature shelving) to help keep clutter at bay, or take time to give your home a good clear out. You’ll be amazed at what a difference it can make!

Look up

Install wall decor or art pieces above the eye line to draw visual interest upwards. This gives the illusion of higher ceilings, making your home feel more spacious and airy.

Hopefully these ideas have given you some food for thought when it comes to bringing out the best in your home. If you’d like more ideas to prepare your home to be ready for sale, chat with the friendly team at Now Living Realty to receive a free appraisal.

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