Incredible Apartment Decor Ideas For Amazing Apartment Room 34
Incredible Apartment Decor Ideas For Amazing Apartment Room 34

49 Incredible Apartment Decor Ideas For Amazing Apartment Room

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Home is where the heart is. Home is where you hang your hat. Home sweet home. There are a thousand sentiments about homes that we’ve all heard many times. But most focus on a simple concept: that your home is a special and even sacred place. It is the place where you begin and end your day, where you rest, love, laugh, cry, and do much of the living that life is all about. Given the incredible importance of this place, making it suit your taste and your lifestyle is important, don’t you think?

Apartments, condominiums, townhouses, duplexes, lofts-they’re all places that millions of Americans call home. Hopefully, your apartment or house is a place you like to call home.

If you live in a place that doesn’t feel right to you, we encourage you to look around, reflect on your space, and try to identify what’s really bothering you about it. Is it the neighborhood, building, or apartment complex that troubles you? Is it the apartment itself, the floor plan, the colors of the walls, or the size of the rooms? There are many reasons why an apartment might fall short of your ideal, and some of them can’t be changed. But some of them can.

When you have a little money to spend, you can make small investments go a long way. A tabletop grouping you’re getting tired of can be refreshed with the addition of a few pillar candles in interesting hues. This change can be accomplished for just a few dollars per pillar, and you can even get the scented kind that come with an aromatic touch. A framed print that looks a little boring can take on a more exciting life with a new frame or even just a paint job on its original frame.

Think small changes that create a big impact. I once changed the look of a very large living room wall by adding a single item above my sofa: a $30 piece of architectural salvage that was about three feet wide and a foot deep. The piece has so much character, it has become a conversation piece and focal point, and most friends who walk into the room immediately say, “Hey, something’s different in here. What did you do?”

When you want a change and you have little to spend, focus on accessories. Hit the fabric store and get a few yards of a bright, funky ribbon, and make new curtain tiebacks for any room that needs a kick. Buy colored lightbulbs and change a room simply by refining the lighting. Get your grandmother’s old quilt out of the closet and drape it over a boring sofa. Bring books off your bookshelves and use them to add height to displays. Look around, think, try things out. What have you really got to lose, anyway?