No matter how much you love a room or your entire house, sooner or later it comes to a point when you get a little bored of the same things. Before you go overboard and start planning a whole redesign, even if you can afford it, consider small changes. It is easier to start with the areas or corners you like the least or the ones not working with your everyday flow anymore. A little moving around, stacking, rotating, adding, or subtracting can result in desirable results. If more action is needed, grab some paint and give furniture or part of it a new face. Using personal pictures and memories ensures for not getting bored easily, if you are strongly connected to what you see.
There’s no need to keep the fine china or the expensive objects tucked away in cupboards either. Display everything you love proudly and let your home be a reflection of who you are and how you live. For everyone crafty and with spare time, DIY projects that cost next to nothing can be easily tackled. Adapt the colors and shapes to your likings and again, do whatever expresses your taste. For the harder projects that require more strength, technical knowledge, or tools, you might need some help.
You also may paint a wall in a rich color to add warmth and focus to the room. Incorporate a raw element from nature into the room decor. It is good to add bookends on the shelves or library. Besides that, paint or wallpaper the ceiling and two walls facing each other, to tie an asymmetrical room together. For the completion, add a swing chair on a corner of a room for extra character and a cozy space to wind down. The easiest thing to make a great home is to create your own simple art to display.
The creative way is also important in creating a great room. You need to amp up your stair game with pictures of favorite memories or a theme you like. To avoid the crowdedness, divide an open space into zones with airy shelves made of wood or stainless steal. Besides that, it will be great to turn classic architectural details into modern ones with paint or washi tape. You can bring natural feeling by hanging plants from the ceiling or put them above higher furniture to bring natural feeling.
Create a shelving unit with modular shelves, boxes or crates, and paint the insides with a splash of color will make your room more lovable. Don’t forget that in order to eventually love your home and not get bored easily, you should take your time. Reflecting and considering how you want it to look like should take much more time than doing the projects and changes.
So go easy and start small, letting some time pass between each change, to see how you feel about each one. The last thing you want is go overboard with all of the projects above and end up hating how your space looks, after spending valuable time and money.