If you’re planning to give a new touch to your home during the holidays, this is the perfect time to start. Don’t you want to rock that Port de la Mer apartments by Meraas? Here are some tips so you can get the best of your home on holidays.
1. DON’T BUY ALL YOUR FURNITURE IN THE SAME PLACE
If you buy all of your furniture and decorations in the same store you’ll be risking your home to look too uniform; it can give a sensation to people that everything’s pretty much the same. Mixing furniture and home decors from several stores might help you give an exciting, innovative, chic style to your home. There are always amazing new off plan projects in Dubai popping up where you can take inspiration from.
2. BE PRACTICAL
Don’t stuff up your house with lots of décors and furnishing. You have to consider both longevity and resistance of your furniture, but also its appearance. When you reduce the amount of furniture to just what your home needs, you can transmit the idea of an organized, planned and well-looking house.
You can also try to go minimalistic and take some decor tips from the amazing Citywalk apartments in Dubai.
3. DON’T GO CRAZY SPENDING TONS OF MONEY
You don’t have to spend a lot of money on furniture and decorative items. Of course, these type of items have to be seen as an investment that should last for years at least, before you have to buy anything again or update some of them.
Spending too much on the furniture will not be the best for your pocket, but buying cheap furniture will probably cost you more later. You just have to be careful and always try to keep a good ratio between quality and price.
4. ADD PERSONAL TOUCHES
Injecting a little touch of personality to your décor will help your property stand out over others. Using some feature furniture and also adding pieces of art might help you add the personal touch you want.
5. PAY ATTENTION TO SPACE
Space is one of the most important things in a property. Putting too much furniture in a space may cause problems, but leaving too much blank space can also give your home a sparse or unfinished look.
Now you just have to start giving that amazing holiday touch to your home and prepare to receive some visits! Remember to always consider your budget, the space you’re counting with and what things may help and what might be just too much.