5 easy ways to add personality to your home
Are you looking to add a little je ne sais quoi to your home, but you don’t have the budget to redecorate? There are ways that you can make your home stand out, without costing the earth. Stamp your personality on your home with ideas like these:
Give your objets d’art some contrast with a background color. Painting with plain, dark colors is effective for this, although using a patterned wallpaper can look good too. It depends on what you’re using those shelves to display.
Cluster your paintings and photographs together to give a stunning effect. This can either be on shelves, hung closely on the wall or in a more quirky fashion such as displayed on a series of clipboards.
One way that allows you to ring the changes is to screw batons along the wall. You can then use this as a shelf for picture frames that are easy to change and arrange as the mood takes you.
Personalize your essential homewares
When it comes to the pipework and radiators in your home it can be difficult to think about how you can stamp your personality and individual style. It is possible when you start to think out of the box and look at column radiators from places such as https://apolloradiators.co.uk/designer-radiators/roma-horizontal-steel-column-radiator
Your local charity shop is a treasure trove of items that can be repurposed to give your place some personality. Old-fashioned lamps with vibrant shades, old ceramics planted with succulents or cushions made from vintage fabrics. Car boot fairs are another great source of things that can be given a new lease of life.
For some examples, see this article on upcycling dining chairs from Ideal Home magazine.
Rather than hiding your objects away in cupboards, display them for all to see! This can be a really effective way of showing more of your personality. Break with tradition by separating your collections. Put surprising objects together to create an effective display; cherished photos with childhood mementos, favorite books alongside collectibles.
That’s our first five tips for making your home your own. There are more to come in another post. We hope that you enjoyed these and found them useful!