Every woman has a dream house in mind, a house she can keep her own way, a home that reflects her personality. After getting married, you get all the more desirous to revamp your new abode in your way. We have some classy and some quirky ways to help you put your thoughts alive and recreate your new dreamy abode.
This is something not a lot of people experiment with. It’s time to get over those plain sofas and choose a bright floral print for your new sofa set. Floral prints add a soothing sensation to your living abode, and makes it all the more different from the mundane!
DIY Antique Wall
Basket walls give your house a classy yet quirky look. Use the leftover gift baskets from the shaadi season and stick them up your abode! Basket gallery walls are one of the hottest trends in home decor. But you don’t have to be into Bohemian style to love this trend. Boho basket walls are showing up in a modern farmhouse and coastal decor as well. If you love decorative baskets, then a DIY Boho basket wall is for you!
These lamps will add a subtle illumination to your living space. These elegant trinkets are cheap and easy to make. Just fill up your empty wine bottle and fill it up with fairy lights and you’re done! If you’re good with your hands in any way, there’s probably a DIY chandelier project or two here that you could try out at abode.
These are a perfect addition to your balcony or even your drawing-room! Wall plants add a flurry of freshness and greenery. Moss walls are considered green walls as they are built with real moss in abode. However, the difference between a green living wall and a moss wall is that the former is made with living plants, while the latter is made with “dead” moss. This is real but preserved moss, which is generally preserved using a natural paraffin or glycerin process to help maintain its bright and beautiful colours.
What’s better than an antique piece of furniture up for a display in your living room. Antique furniture gives a classy look to your abode.
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