Whether you’re moving into your first house or have been its owner for quite a long time now, sometimes its overall design can start to feel a bit stale. There are only so many times that we can make excuses for white-washed walls and dull furniture. That’s why it’s time to add a bit of real creativity to your home. You don’t need to completely redesign your home to make it feel more unique. Instead, just follow some of these tips to give it the creative spark it deserves.
Paint on the walls!
Whilst you may not want to do this in your living room, if your bedroom is looking a bit bare, a great way to spruce it up is to introduce your own collage on the walls. Consider what you are passionate about and look up some designs.
If things go wrong then just invest in a bucket of plain coloured paint and go after it. Better yet, you could also commission an artist to paint a truly unique masterpiece on your wall. For instance, if you love Marvel superheroes, you could consider getting them painted entirely around your room. Just remember that the artist you choose will want a fee for all of their hard work.
When it comes to incorporating a specific atmosphere into your house, you may want to consider using coloured lighting. Creativity knows no bounds when it comes to picking your lights. You can consider buying mood lighting, aka., lights that change colour depending on what sort of evening you have planned, or even buy coloured fairy lights that you can trail around your book shelves, cabinets and tables.
If you want something more vintage to add some Pagazzi-inspired creativity to your house, table lamps are handy options for lighting and can come in a wide range of styles and appearances. The Pagazzi options are practically endless, pick lights that suit your style and can add a Pagazzi themed fresh feel of fun to your abode.
Vintage Stores & Charity Shops
When it comes to these sorts of shops, you never know what you are going to find! Set yourself a budget and go out to your local market to see if you can find a decoration that is interesting and unique.
You may find paintings, old furniture or may even fall in love with a silly decoration or fluffy rug. If you are lucky, the store owner may know the history of the item. Just remember to stay within your budget and only buy as much as necessary. You don’t want to accidently end up cluttering up your home.
Is there an area of your house that you can truly call your own? If there is a small spot in your house that is private, then start to design a creative space. Include a desk, fun lights and all the artistic supplies you need to express yourself. Just remember, creativity is extremely personal to every person. Your creative space is going to look different compared to everyone else’s. Just be true to you and it will turn out great!