Do you feel like improving or changing your apartment, but don’t want to invest a lot of money in new furniture? Buying quality and stylish interior accessories can be the solution. In any case, avoid cheap, plastic and kitschy decorations. The most popular materials include:
- natural fabrics.
The little things and details create the magic of home
If you want a lot of music for little money, start with flowers. A plant in a ceramic pot costs a few pennies and will last a long time with the right care. You don’t have to limit your choice to hobby markets and florists, sometimes you just need to ask around your family and neighbours. A freshly cut flower in a beautiful vase will make an even bigger impact. Especially in the autumn, candle lovers and (especially) candle lovers will be in for a treat. Candle holders, aromatherapy candles and scented candles in glass belong with the harsh weather and the choice is huge. As well as providing warmth and light, which is especially needed on dark days, candles can act as aromatherapy. However, beware of their ingredients.
Don’t go with the crowd, originality is valued
Although we have a plethora of options these days, many homes still feature identical decorations from the same stores. If you want your home to express your individuality, you need to give it something of yourself. Don’t be afraid to get creative, recycle, use your grandmother’s heirloom or flea market haul, there are no limits to your imagination. A photo of the family or a framed creation of a young schoolchild is often more valuable than a designer painting.
One quality decoration over five cheap ones
Dust collectors are thankfully slowly going out of fashion and quality is winning out over quantity. Invest in one quality decoration rather than five string ones. You’ll find that you’ll get a lot more enjoyment out of it. It doesn’t have to be expensive pieces from well-known designers, you can get a hand-knitted blanket, a wooden tray from local sources, a piece of quality pottery or porcelain at the nearest market.