Remodeling or redecorating your house can not only be exciting but can be very stressful too, if you are not sure of what you want. One keeps noticing the decors and designs of other houses and homes. There will many we like and many we just wouldn’t want for our home. Unless you are clear about what you want your home to look and feel like, it is quite difficult to nail the décor.
Planning to add some European touch to your décor? Here are 10 tips to help you get just what you have in mind:
- Paint – One of the easiest steps in redecorating is to change the paint of your walls. Repainting your walls in a pastel or a light shade will add that European touch to the house instantly.
- Plumbing – Let go of concealed plumbing and go in for exposed brass toned plumbing for a European touch.
- Souvenir – European vacations are never complete without souvenirs. Add a few here and there in prominent places, so that it catches the eye.
- Wooden Beams – Adding wooden beams at prominent places will not only give a fresh look to the area but will give the required European flair too. Wooden beams in the ceiling will add a touch of the barn style which is always in trend in European countries
- Arch – Again another architectural detail borrowed from Italy, can be a great way to accentuate your rooms or partitions
- Windows – Self-decorated windows with great detailing are easy to find all around Italy. Also, you can get double glazed windows in any style. Changing just the windows can be low cost too.
- Fabrics – Opt for fabric shades for your windows instead of the contemporary wooden style
- Lights – The next prominent feature to change while redecorating is changing the lights. Handmade glass light fixtures can be a great addition. Venice is very popular for its glass fixtures and adding this element can change the vibe of the house.
- Tiles – Ceramic tiles are making a comeback and beautiful English designs are all that you need to change the theme of your house
- Wooden Flooring – You can have different floorings in the same house. Wooden flooring will add class and age to the house