Glass vases are like a lovely skirt you look at online, you admire it but you don’t get it for one main reason you don’t know what to wear with it. Same thing goes to glass vases, good to look at but a bit of an issue to style them well that dilemma comes to an end today. The glass vase will no longer be plain Penny it will be a centerpiece in your home so let’s get right into it.
We all want a great space, a lovely one and a cozy one of course. We’ve all had a moment where we had an item that served us longer than it should have or is still serving us (It’s time to let it go for real. Let. It. Go.) Maybe it’s the curtains you had in your college room or a cracked vase that you bought years ago it could even be the worn out rug you inherited from your elder sister over 5 years ago. There is always that one thing if changed then it would definitely upgrade your living room look. Creating a luxe space doesn’t have to be expensive, really it doesn’t. You just need to be aware of the items to use. You don’t have to all go 5 star hotel look and budget; you can always embrace cheap thrills and get right into it. Create a wow factor in your home; let luxe, chic and cozy take over your living room. Drip your living room in finesse. (I just had to use finesse, I’ve been looking so forward to using it 🙂 . Anyway back to keeping it luxe, here is how to achieve a luxe look.
Have you ever gone to a friend’s home and just gazed at how their home was clean and crisp? The home is absolutely beautiful and with few but stunning elements. That’s Scandinavian for you, it demands your attention, it gives you luxe vibes even in a small home. Scandinavian is an interior design style that originated from the Nordic regions, that is Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway. It has been widely embraced because it echoes the less is more sentiments so really clutter and scandi are not friends. Scandinavian is neat, clean, crisp and luxe. You don’t need to have a large living room for the style because again it’s not the space; it’s what you do with the space. Take a look at the top 4 tips for achieving the Scandinavian style.
‘My home has too much space’ said no one. Have you ever gotten a house you loved, thought the space was enough, paid for the house and moved in? When you move in you realize you need more space, you suddenly think of a bigger kitchen or a bigger living room or a bigger bedroom. It happens all the time, what you don’t realize is that the space you have can be adequate if you just coordinate your furnishings and collectibles well. It’s the art of beauty and function. A studio apartment motivates you to be creative because you either have an organized studio apartment or a cluttered studio apartment. You don’t want to be on the cluttered side, it’s messy and ugly and it’s definitely not you. You are super cool, beautiful (and handsome for the guys, I see you), brilliant, fabulous, stunning, elegant, magnificent and the best part of it is you are unique, there is no one like you. You get the flow? Cool. So your home should be exactly that, an extension of your personality. Organize & decorate your studio apartment, don’t give the space excuse. I’ll help you transform your space; contact me on email, mobile, website and social media images. (It’s not expensive; trust me, we shall work with your budget). Let’s transform that studio apartment to a fabulous home.
We are all so different and that’s what makes us so unique. We have different opinions, styles, personalities, perceptions, likes and dislikes. You might be very warm and open to colors or you might be a very black and white kind of person. You might be into patterns or you might be into plain. You might be into mirrors or you might be into art pieces either way what you like is what you should have at home. Your personality should linger in each and every room in your home. Have you been trying to add some color to your living room and you can’t put a finger on the colors to incorporate? Don’t panic, It happens all the time. I am here for you so relax; I will help you select the best color for your living room. Contact me on my email, website or social media pages; it’s best to say your living room will see a new dawn.