If your apartment has been feeling cramped, tired and in need of a revamp lately, you may be wondering what you can do to easily dress up your space. Feeling happy with your living space has countless psychological benefits, so spending a little time personalizing your place is more than worth it. If you’re stuck for ideas, check out these three unique ways to spruce up your apartment today.
1. Hang Some Paintings
If your apartment still has plain, empty walls, consider hanging up a few eye-catching paintings. Strategically placed artwork can act both as a focal piece and as a way to tie a room’s décor together, too. The best part is, you can easily buy handmade paintings online and add some character to your place without having to leave home!
2. Replace the Light Fixtures
You might not usually give it too much thought, but lighting can have a transformative effect on a space. If your light fixtures are old, dingy or simply not working that well, consider removing them and replacing them with new ceiling fixtures. This is a simple two-in-one fix: you can update your décor and give the space a more modern feel while improving the lighting, too!
3. Add Some Mirrors
Finally, if your apartment is on the smaller side and tends to feel cramped, try adding some mirrors in strategic places, like the end of the hallway, for an instantly expanded feel. While you can’t actually move the walls and make your place bigger, putting up a few mirrors can give you the look and psychological effect of more space without having to move!
When you’re living in a small apartment, it’s not always easy to come up with creative ways to transform the space and make it your own. Thankfully, personalizing your apartment is easier than it seems! Try out these three fun decorative ideas and your place is sure to feel uniquely you.
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