The decor of the space plays a big role in how it impacts us. From making a space more functional, to making a space more tranquilising, good interiors can impact us in more ways than one can imagine. We can use the decor of our home to represent our taste, aspirations and character. It is through the interiors of our home that we can add a sense of personalisation to our space making it more welcoming and aesthetically appealing. If you want to sell or buy property in Kerala, you can be assured that a home with good interiors will fetch a better value than a plain, unadorned one.
But a lot of people might assume that doing up the interiors can be a very expensive affair. It is a completely ill-informed notion. Here are some decor ideas for homes that are inexpensive and aesthetically appealing just the same.
Having flowers at home can never go out of style. Whether it be fresh cut flowers, dried or artificial flowers, they can beautify your space in an instant. They add colour to your space and are known to have a calming effect on the residents. You can either pick a certain type of flowers based on their fragrance and colour or mix up different flowers in different seasons to keep changing the glamour quotient of your home.
Having a water body inside the house is a great idea if you have any space to spare. It doesn’t have to be a large pool or a water body; the market is full of small fountains and water installations that are not just economic, they are appealing to the eyes and soothe the indoor air too.
Traditionally, wooden décor has always been an essential part of the architecture in Kerala. However, globally wooden decor has become a rage and using elements of wood can really enhance your home decor. One can add wooden panelling, railings, etc. in order to beautify their homes.
It is one of the most economic ways to add colour and enhance the aesthetic appeal of your home. You can use different types of curtains, or a combination of them to create an interesting combination of colours, patterns and textures in your home. Other than this, you can use cushions, rugs, etc. to add a touch of your personality to your home.
Lighting is an essential part of any home. Why opt for the plain old bulb when you can enhance its appearance using slightly more creative fixtures. The market is full of beautiful fixtures, and one can be assured that there is a fixture for every budget. It not only helps in beautifying your home, but in diffusing light too. This prevents glare and harsh lighting.
You can use art from your local market, art by you or your family or even printed versions of your favourite artwork to embellish the walls of your home. You can use wallpaper on a wall completely or create panels of the same. Apart from this, you can opt for textured wall paint or wood work to enhance the appearance of your walls.
Who said storage has to be boring? Get creative and make your storage units a piece of art. It could be an upcycled trunk, or book shelves designed in a unique way, one can use their storage units to make their home look beautiful while making lots of storage space too!
You may want to use rugs, or you want to opt for wooden flooring- flooring can be a great way to make your home look beautiful. You can opt for natural stone like marble, granite, etc. You can also opt for old school but very aesthetically appealing oxide flooring, or you may even opt for tiles. There are hundreds of beautiful designs in tiles that you can choose from to make your home look beautiful.
You could use traditional brass utensils or even terracotta pots as accessories in your home. These are a great way to make your space look more inviting and appealing.
These are some simple and economic ways in which you can make your home look beautiful in a limited budget. The key to low cost interior design for homes in kerala is creativity! The more creative you are, the more beautiful your home can be, without burning a hole in your pocket.
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