Decorating your living space, especially with so much more downtime than you’re used to, can be one of the most thrilling ways to spend your days. Whether you want to completely renovate the bedroom or simply add a few new accessories to the kitchen, there are so many simple opportunities to bring new life to your home via interior decoration.
Perhaps the space you want to redecorate is one you’ve never tackled before, however. Maybe it’s the area in the home you’ve generally considered an empty space without meaning, one that never seemed to need any attention in the past but now is screaming for consideration. We’re talking about the nooks and crannies, those small spaces in your home that don’t seem like much with a quick glance, but now seem to need more attention than you’ve ever provided.
If you’re interested in decorating the small, forgotten spaces of your home but you’re not sure where to start, you’ve come the right place:
Make it a personal space
It’s easy to assume that home redesign means buying new accessories and decorations to fill the void of a small space. According to designer and franchise owner Jan Bromberek, however, you might already have all of the pieces to the puzzle right in your home. Nooks and crannies present the perfect opportunity to get creative and make this place personal with meaningful items you already have.
“If you have special art, plants or statuary, displaying those items make it personal, both for the homeowner and guests,” she shared.
It doesn’t have to take so much thought
If you’re not interested in creating your own personal sanctuary, there are plenty of other options for decorations that won’t take as much thought. Simply creating a space that provides functionality can be all you need to complete the space.
“Simple items that can also complete a space would be a chair and small table with a lamp, a bench or a table displaying photos,” said Bromberek. “Items that give it a true purpose, such as a cozy reading corner, always add character to a home.”
Remember: Sometimes, less is more.
You don’t have to go above and beyond with the small spaces in your home. Sometimes, a few simple photos or accessories can do the trick.
“Not every nook and cranny has to be decorated!” said Bromberek. “Allowing the eye to rest on occasion can be more comfortable.”
Ask a professional for assistance
Between new design trends surfacing and classic home furnishings posing new possibilities for home rejuvenation, there are so many ways to give your home a refreshing, new look while spending more time inside your home. If you’re in the mood to reevaluate the current set up and design of one – or more – rooms within your dwelling but you’re not sure where to get started, reach out to a personal decorator from the Bromberek Design Team.
The nooks and crannies of the home can be difficult to navigate if you’re lacking experience. Thankfully, our design consultants have an eye for choosing the right colors, patterns, theme and furniture to fit within a living space and make it feel more cozy and inviting.
Whether you’d like to discuss your options over the phone or would rather see a professional in person, we can offer you a free consultation to evaluate the area of your home you want to redesign while also picking your brain for inspiration. By the end of the conversation, you will feel confident knowing that your decorator can help you make your living space feel more complete.