- 5 Ways To Personalise Your New HomeJanuary 6, 2018
An empty house becomes a home when you add meaning to the spaces with some personal touches. And when you move into a new home, you can do much more than shifting your own things to make the space warm and welcoming.
Here are 5 ways to personalise your new home.
1. Add your favourite colours
Be it the walls, windows or doors, do not shy away from adding your favourite colours to them irrespective of what the standard house colour norms are. If you think your favourite colours are too dark to apply on the walls, go little subtle and paint only an accent wall. Pillows are another vibrant options to spread your favourite hues in the house.
2. Personal photos
One great way to feel at home in the new place is to surround yourself with your favourite photos of your family or other precious personal moments. Living room, hallways and bedrooms are the best spots for hanging these personal photos.
3. Art pieces
It doesn’t always have to be a classic painting by a master or a modern abstract art to enliven your walls. To give a personal touch to the décor, you can even frame and hang artwork done by your kids or other family members.
If you are keen on collecting souvenirs and memorabilia that reflect your travel, adventures or hobbies, bring them out and make them part of the décor. Showcasing your interests never goes wrong in making your home feel more cosy and close to heart.
As a bookworm if you cannot live without books, you can always set up a personal library in your home. Be it a bookshelf or a room filled with racks of books, your library should be the ideal escape to world of words.
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