We’d like to give a hearty welcome to every new resident at our community of Riverside apartments! We know this is a hectic time in your life, but we’re here to help. When you’re done moving all the furniture into your new place, and you’ve unpacked all the boxes and put them away, it’s time to think about decor.
Unless you’re an interior designer, it can be a little hard to figure out how to style your new place. Lucky for you, we’ve got a few tips that should help you feel like you know what you’re doing. Whether you’re trying to create a Boho home, a cozy cave, or a minimalist apartment, the tips on this list should help you create a space that looks good and feels comfortable.
Without further delay, let’s dive right into the list of decor tips! When you’re done reading through this week’s post, we hope that you’ll take a few moments to share this link with your friends and neighbors at your community of Riverside Austin apartments! You never know who might be struggling to style their new place, and you could be the one to help them out.
Let yourself create layers
You can create layers by investing in lots of blankets and throw pillows. The more of them you have, the more depth you’ll be able to create in your apartment. We recommend layering the throw pillows on couches, chairs and your bed. The added texture will make your apartment seem more spacious, cozy and comfortable!
Revel in reflective surfaces
Adding more light to every room is one of the easiest ways to make your apartment seem more spacious. If you don’t feel like investing in a ton of lamps, you can invest in reflective surfaces instead. We’re talking about mirrors and metallic objects, both of which will reflect light to the farthest corners of your apartment. The more natural light you spread around your space, the more comfortable you’ll be in your apartment. Don’t shy away from reflective surfaces, residents!
Keep big furniture away from the entrance
When you step into a room in your apartment, the first thing you should see is wide-open space. Small pieces of furniture are fine too, but you definitely don’t want to be staring at a giant couch or a huge entertainment center. Big furniture like that will block your visual space, and it’ll make your apartment seem smaller than it actually is.
Use statement pieces
Instead of buying lots of small frames and art pieces, try hanging one large piece over your couch or behind your bed. While a multitude of small pieces will make your space seem cluttered, statement pieces will open it up. Give this method a shot next time you’re in the market for some new art!
With that, we’ve hit the end of our list of decor ideas! We’d like to take this moment to thank those of you that have been coming back month after month to read the latest brand new blogs from Connection apartments! If we’ve done our job, you should have a plethora of decor ideas to try out on your new place.
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