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Faced with a dull space and need a quick room refresh? Fret not. In this article we’re going to discuss professional level shortcuts and “hacks” to instantly turn your room from boring to blissful!

Without further ado, here we go:

Add Some Greenery

It’s amazing how the mood of a space instantly changes when you add some sort of greenery, be it real or plastic. It could be as simple as a small potted plant in the middle of a dining table. Or it could be as imposing as a tall shrub in a spacious living room. Greenery is perfect for sprucing up those dull corners and plain looking areas. 

Put A New Rug

Bare floors can sometimes give the feeling that something is lacking in a room. A quick solution to this is to add a new rug that accentuates the existing room design. Of course, you will still need to pick the right colors and patterns for your rug. It is a good idea to use a rug that doesn’t cover majority of your room space. Use it only to emphasize specific areas, such as the living room center table.

Stack Some Books

Your books don’t need to accumulate dust in your closet. Instead, you can actually use them to give your space a calm, interesting feel. Put stacks of books on surfaces or flat areas that otherwise would have been empty. Side boards, wall boards, desks, and coffee tables are just some of the places you can put books on for a quick room refresh.

Add Wall Frames

Eliminate some white space in your room by adding wall frames at the right places. Most spaces will benefit by hanging an abstract painting or refreshing nature photo on the wall. The important thing to remember is to avoid overdoing it. Put your wall frames on empty wall spaces to break the monotony.

Include A Vintage Object

There is no better way to add some character into your space than adding a vintage object. This could be as simple as an old 80’s radio by the bedside (it should look good of course), or perhaps a wall clock with old fashioned hands and digits.

So there you have it. These are just some of the pro level ideas for a quick room refresh. Try them and see the difference!

Without further ado, here we go:

Add Some Greenery

It’s amazing how the mood of a space instantly changes when you add some sort of greenery, be it real or plastic. It could be as simple as a small potted plant in the middle of a dining table. Or it could be as imposing as a tall shrub in a spacious living room. Greenery is perfect for sprucing up those dull corners and plain looking areas. 

Put A New Rug

Bare floors can sometimes give the feeling that something is lacking in a room. A quick solution to this is to add a new rug that accentuates the existing room design. Of course, you will still need to pick the right colors and patterns for your rug. It is a good idea to use a rug that doesn’t cover majority of your room space. Use it only to emphasize specific areas, such as the living room center table.

Stack Some Books

Your books don’t need to accumulate dust in your closet. Instead, you can actually use them to give your space a calm, interesting feel. Put stacks of books on surfaces or flat areas that otherwise would have been empty. Side boards, wall boards, desks, and coffee tables are just some of the places you can put books on for a quick room refresh.

Add Wall Frames

Eliminate some white space in your room by adding wall frames at the right places. Most spaces will benefit by hanging an abstract painting or refreshing nature photo on the wall. The important thing to remember is to avoid overdoing it. Put your wall frames on empty wall spaces to break the monotony.

Include A Vintage Object

There is no better way to add some character into your space than adding a vintage object. This could be as simple as an old 80’s radio by the bedside (it should look good of course), or perhaps a wall clock with old fashioned hands and digits.

So there you have it. These are just some of the pro level ideas for a quick room refresh. Try them and see the difference!