By Emeric Eve. Interior Decoration. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 01:47:43 AM.
While initially it may not be considered a “budget item,” the choice of flooring you make will last much longer – and thus stretch your budget – if you choose something that will wear well. With children or pets in the house, choosing something with a forgiving (e.g., camouflaging) print or pattern is a good direction to lean.
Turn those corners or crannies that are awkwardly shaped or too big or too small to do anything with into a functional, stylish nook. Complete with pillows, a throw, and a bit of lighting, a bench like this becomes more than just a place to sit; it turns into a sanctuary.
In a small space, using symmetry in décor placement is a classic way to bring order and calm. This type of structure and balance in turn makes a small space, such as this landing-turned-nook, feel larger than it actually is. Consider symmetrical placement with lighting, throw pillows, furniture placement, etc.
Maximize your budget by welcoming the “fifth wall” into your actual décor. While many people think ceilings have to be white because that’s their builder-grade default, this is not the case! A ceiling painted in a lighter tint of the wall or floor color will look cozy and more inviting, plus it’s just more visually interesting than plain white. In most cases, anything that draws the eye upward is a good thing, and painting the ceiling is a very budget-friendly way to achieve that effect.
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