What your home really needs to appeal to you, not appeal to your guest. It should feel distinctly yours. That’s why we’re focusing on how to impart personality into your interiors.
We’ve got four tips on how to ensure your home feels like it fits you, no matter what your unique interests may be. Read them over and consider incorporating one or two of them into your next design. After all, there’s no reason not to celebrate who you are.
The gallery wall is a perfect choice on how to help you to make your home feel more like you. Put simply, this design choice allows you to showcase who you are and how you’d like for it to be put on display.
The first step is to decide what you want to show off. You can look for inspiration from the internet. Such as photographs, artwork, movie posters, concert tickets, inspirational quotes, or patterned fabrics.
After you decide what you want to put on your wall the next step is to figure out how they should be hung. We suggest laying it out on a table or the floor before attempting to secure anything to the wall. That way, you’ll have the ability to play around and make changes until you’ve landed on the ideal arrangement.
One of the ways to make your interiors a little bit more personalized is to use bold prints. Like people, no two patterns are exactly alike, and there are countless options to choose from. Most of the time, these patterns are included in accessories like throw pillows or pieces of wall art. However, that’s not to say that you couldn’t make a stronger statement by choosing something like a bathroom tile or kitchen backsplash.
Your hobby can be displayed as a focal point in your room. Whether you’re a fan of music, art, or action figures. Hanging some of these items on your walls or situating them on shelves is a great way to give your home a unique personal touch.
In this case, however, we’d advise resisting the urge to lean too heavily on a theme. Rather than building the whole room around your passion, simply incorporate these items into the design.
Open shelving provides a unique opportunity to showcase your personality (and your dishware) in the kitchen. You might believe that the storage and organization options it offers are as wide open as the shelves themselves—but the wrong move here could turn your rosy design dream into an unattractive, cluttered mess. Whether your kitchen already features open shelving or you’re considering a cabinet makeover, adhere to these best practices to make optimal use of your shelves.