3 Ways to Create a Unique Home
Your home is an extension of you. This space exudes your personality by sharing your décor preferences with anyone you invite inside. The last thing you want is to be like everyone else. Here are three ways to create a unique home.
Making Over Your Living Room
In the living room, unique interior decorating ideas range from adding a big mirror to the wall, which makes it appear bigger, to going rogue and letting the light shine in entirely by eschewing the practice of installing drapes. If you’re working with a tight budget, add affordable furniture pieces like a Lucite or glass coffee table. This type of addition gives your living room a minimalist look while providing a storage area. With living rooms, it’s easy to make them unique since you can do so with artwork, throw pillows or personality-inspired furniture pieces that are placed just right.
Transforming Your Kitchen
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For many people, the kitchen is the most essential room in the house. It is where you gather with your family and friends to prepare food, play games, and visit. Transforming your kitchen into one that’s unique is as easy as swapping your current countertops for concrete ones that have the appearance of natural stone, giving the space a look that’s unique and rustic. Paint the area a fun color and add a special light fixture like one that’s made to look like your favorite flower or a geometric formation.
Letting Your Personality Shine
Decorating your home in unique ways lets your personality shine. Transforming your kitchen, living room, and bathroom is good for the soul and doing so brings change to your environment. Along with making you happy, unique remodeling and one-of-a-kind interior decorating additions are sure to inspire all those who see it.
Renovating Your Bathroom
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When it comes to transforming the bathroom, think tile. This durable and water-friendly material can be used to create your own unique mural. Add coil heaters underneath your floor tile for comfort. You can also use the material for the shower or the bathtub. With the right finish, concrete floors can also be a unique way to add style to this space. If your planet-friendly side runs deep, then install a green wall in the area. Green walls are made from live plants. Ferns and ivy are a few of the most popular plants to use for this purpose since they are durable and feature plenty of foliage to create the effect.
Overall, these are just three areas out of an entire home to work on, but each has its merits. For more unique decorating or renovating ideas, check out our blog!