By Nataliya Yordanova, Operations & Design Manager, Nasma Luxury Stays
With a surge in staycations and domestic travel, holiday homes have become a popular concept. Owning a holiday home is a dream for many people, and if you aim to rent your cosy space to earn an additional income, it is imperative that you invest in the right décor for your home. The good news is, you don’t need to have deep pockets, but just have the right consultant who can guide you every step of the way.
So, whether you are building from scratch or just revamping, there are many elements that can spruce your space. To make this easy, here are some quick tips -
Add magic to your home with colour –
Colour can add an instant touch of glamour to a space. Choose a colour that is bold and dramatic or opt for the lighter hues based on your taste. Shades of white are a great option if you want your room to look gorgeous, airy, and spacious. Avoid painting your walls black, which can make the space look gloomy and cramped. However, be sure to add some black accessories to the space to tie the overall design together. Whatever colour you choose, the goal should be to decorate the room based on the same colour palette.
Spruce up your home with an elegant window treatment
A window / balcony is an important element of a home. Ensure you use the right furnishings to decorate this place. There are several budget-friendly options available to add elegance to your window. If you’re opting for curtains, choose flowy, breezy materials like crepe, satin or soft cotton. Use light shades of pink, blue, green and cream to give it a cosy touch. If, however you choose shades or blinds, opt for sustainable materials that will ensure your home looks elegant and well-designed.
Brighten up your space with lights
Lights are an important component of home décor. Choose contemporary lighting over standard fixtures. Well-designed pieces can make a chic statement for your home than the standard ones. Look at flea markets to avail the best and unique lighting pieces on a budget. Additionally, ensure to have several different light sources, including table lamps and floor lamps throughout the home to enhance the classy look.
Add a dash of green to let your home breathe fresh
Plants are not just good for the environment but can also add a touch of allure to a home. Being one of the most cost-effective ways of decorating your home, plants in different colours is a great idea to add a layer of freshness to your home.
Choose comfy furnishing for a relaxed stay
Lastly, invest in good furnishings. Afterall, a holiday home that doesn’t offer comfort is nothing more than a traditional motel. Get a cosy and comfortable mattress, conforming to the body shape, so the less interrupted and more comfortable the sleep can be.
Interior design is an art, and if you think you can’t do this alone, get help from an expert to turn simple things into extraordinary. Just plan right and invest carefully to change the outlook of your home at a shoe-string budget!
Source: Virtue PR & Marketing Communications