Do you ever find yourself looking through magazines and watching designer TV shows, wishing you had the picture-perfect spaces you see? While it may be hard to recreate those looks exactly, your home can still look like a space taken right out of a designer publication with a few fundamental changes.
You’ll need to get a little creative, but you can create a beautiful home that will leave that envy feeling behind and leave you with a designer-looking space. Keep reading to get 5 tips on how to make your home magazine-worthy.
- Remove Clutter: Clutter is the number one reason why a home will feel cramped and unwelcoming. So, you can see why removing clutter will be the first step in creating a magazine-worthy look for your home. Take time to survey your space and find the areas that tend to gather the most clutter; make these your main priority. These are the spaces where you’ll need to change, either by adding more available options for handling incoming items or removing these items altogether and creating a clear, clean room.
- Work From Inspiration: There is nothing wrong with gathering some inspiration as you try to make your home look amazing. Have a look through your favorite magazines, books, and pictures to see what you’re really drawn to and why and gather those images in one space so you create a mood board. Having a few inspiration looks to work off, you will find that your focus is narrowed when you tackle your own space.
- Make Simple Changes: While it may seem like the most significant changes make the biggest impact, it’s tiny, precise changes that can really change the look of a room. Whether it’s reorganizing a few surfaces in your home or taking a collection from two items to three items, making minor designer-inspired changes can make your home look amazing.
- Consider Colors: Colors can be extra important when creating a photo-worthy space because the right color really does draw the eye directly to it. This can be a bold pop of color found in a throw blanket or pillow, or it can be as simple as adding a bold chair to a relatively simple space. On the flip side, don’t forget to use a few combinations of whites within the room, and the contrast can really make for a clean, designer look.
- Don’t Forget The Fresh: The last rule of thumb when creating a beautiful space should be, don’t forget, fresh. This can be anything such as fresh flowers, live plants, fresh produce or even natural wood. By bringing fresh elements into your space, you will add new textures and colors that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Find the fresh pieces you love the most and really help those items stand out to give your space the designer’s touch it deserves.