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Home Décor Trends in 2019 That Will Make Your Space Look Expensive

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Home Décor Trends in 2019 That Will Make Your Space Look Expensive

When we imagine elegant and luxurious things for our home, we tend to think about expensive things. However, elegance doesn’t always equate to high cost. Surprisingly, however, you can buy some really good stuff for less than $10.

If you want to make your place look elegant and grand but don’t want to spend a lot of money, then you should consider buying some of these following items:

Make use of paper lanterns

If your place has high ceilings, then hanging a couple of paper lanterns in your doorway can help make your living space look more elegant yet laid-back. Also, it can make for a grand entrance to your home.

In fact, there are a lot of points that you should take note of: first, it creates a very good first impression on your visitors. Second, even though it looks elegant, it also has this casual vibe going on that doesn’t across as too formal or pretentious.

Another great tip is to hang it on your staircase for this added captivating look. This works especially well with spiral staircases or plain staircases that need some sparkle and energy. You can suspend the paper lanterns from different heights and create this enigmatic air in your home.

Make your home look like a work of art

If you’re familiar with Leanne Ford Interiors, then you probably know about Leanne Ford and the cool residential indoor pool that she designed.

There’s a lot to love with the different interesting elements of the room. From the white painted wood panels and brushed cement floor to the stone tiles and the lanterns hanging from the ceiling, everything in the room radiated elegance and luxury.

When you’re redecorating your home, you can try going for the same approach as Leanne Ford. First, you should pick an open room that could need some extra lighting and organize the things in the different corners of the room. In this case, you can use things that you already have and maybe buy an inexpensive centerpiece for your table.

Use a combination of various elements

There’s no rule that says you can’t mix casual and formal or modern and traditional elements. So, don’t be afraid to try your hand at creativity and start matching furniture together today. Using a balanced combination of modern and traditional furniture, you can create a nice living space that you would want to spend most of your days in.

For instance, if you have a sculpted modern table that you would like to use to decorate your dining room, then you could try pairing it with classic wooden chairs to create a perfect balance of modern and traditional themes. Also, remember that all furniture needs a friend. When choosing what furniture to use, try to at least pick out two furniture that shares the same traits like color or shape.

Maintain a perfect balance of color and scale

When decorating your home, you should also consider the size and scale of the things that you are using. For instance, if you are going to use a big couch to decorate your living room, then you should probably reconsider putting your grandmother’s dainty rocking chair right next to it.

Always make sure to think about the right proportion of the different elements that you’re using. You should use the golden role, which is also known as the 60-30-10 Rule, to make your space look expensive and elegant.

For instance, 60% of the things in the room should have the same dominant color. Then, 30% will be the secondary color that should blend well with the dominant color. Lastly, 10% goes to small décor items that should have a bolder color.

Look at all the things in your room and take note of the things that share the same color and scale. From the list, pick out which group has most of the things that you don’t want to part with. Make it your dominant color. Then, choose a secondary color that can blend well with your preferred dominant color. Lastly, buy some small décor items that will represent 10%.