Think your home needs an update? Or simply love switching up the look of your place? These no-reno ideas let you experiment as often as you like.
- Grow a plant wall
Plant creepers like morning glory or Japanese honeysuckle, and let them climb up a fence or even a scarf hanger to add a bit of greenery to the room.
- Refresh your bookcases
Place removable wallpaper against the back of your shelves for a peek of colour and pattern when the cupboard is filled with items. To remove the covering easily, apply gentle heat (a hairdryer helps) to soften the adhesive. If taken off carefully, you could even reuse the paper.
- Switch up your flooring
Made mostly from renewable products including linseed oil, wood flour and pine rosin, the slats come in various colours that can be mixed and clicked together without any glue. The flooring is anti-static and microbial, preventing dust and germs from triggering your allergies.
- Repurpose old furniture
Once in a while, rearrange your furnishings to add a sense of newness to the place. You could also find different functions for existing pieces, like using stools or benches as display and side tables.
- Be unexpected
Woven wall hangings are getting quite popular. For a unique way to display one, use it as a textured headboard.
- Pile on the layers
Make your seat a whole lot comfier and inviting by layering on plush throws and cushions. For the best visual effect, use materials with varied textures.
- Change your perspective
These skewed mirrors are as eye-catching as any art piece, and they make your space look brighter and bigger too.
- Make an impact
Pick a statement print that will infuse your space with bold and vibrant energy.
- Stack up random boxes
If you’ve been buying beautiful boxes but don’t know what to do with them, pile them up to create your own unique modular shelving.
- Play with decals
Removable adhesive patterns are easy to use, make a big impact and usually don’t cost much. Use them to highlight design details, or be bold and apply them across the wall.
- Make it pop
If you want to make your wall more dynamic, opt for three-dimensional decorative pieces like these birds in flight.