How You Can Make Your Home Pinterest-Worthy
Almost everyone who’s looking at redecorating their home or working on the interior of a new home will surely have a Pinterest board filled with home inspiration and ideas. And why not – after all, the world of Pinterest is pages after pages long with stunning ideas and tips you can easily recreate yourself. Here, we did the some legwork for you and found these ideas that you can implement it into your home.
Walls tend to well – wall – you in but if you go with a glass option (like here), you’re essentially creating a space illusion as well as a neat open layout concept. For a more modern classy take on the black-framed partition for the study - try this. Blinds are definitely needed for privacy when needed.
We like how the framed against the tinted glass gave a more intimate look and showcase the interiors without trying too hard. When you need more privacy, just pull down the blinds when needed.
A seat bench at the entrance is a functional idea to adopt. Here, in the pin, it serves as an area for you to wear your shoes before going out as well as a storage area. Make it homely with plush pillows but don’t clutter it with your belongings. You want to keep this area as clear as possible for it to serve its purpose.
Instead of your usual white or wood, why not play with an accent colour? Contrary to popular belief, dark colour do work well in small spaces as they create a sense of depth. The teal accent is a great way to make the small space pop with attitude and vibrancy while the “organised” clutter gives it a homely feel that’s personal and intimate.
A kitchen shouldn’t only look pretty; it should be functional as well since that’s where you’ll be spending most of your time in. This Pinterest kitchen has all of that – it’s stylish with its stunning white-meets-wood theme but the open shelves concept lets you easily access what’s frequently used so there’s no need to keep opening and closing doors. Keep everything else neatly stored away in closed cabinets and drawers.
You are most likely to see tiles and mosaics in a bathroom but why not go for a different style with wood, as seen in this pin? We love the mix of white and light wood that instantly gives the space a clean approach and a cosy appeal. It’s minimalist styling at its best.
We absolutely love the old-school style in this bathroom, especially the black frame concept that creates a pop of contrast in an otherwise all-white bathroom. Monochrome at its most stylish, this is easy to replicate – just pick a focal point or wall and give it that contrasting treatment.
You want your room to evoke a cosy feel that is intimate and personal at best. Here’s an idea how to do so: Light illumination, here embedded on a headboard that’s contrasting against dark wood. This creates a stylish element that instantly turns your room into a hotel-like interior. Keep everything else on the same tone and style so it is coherently stunning.
Want a more impressive vanity mirror? Here’s an idea – give it a luxurious Hollywood diva treatment with a pop-up dresser (doubles as storage space too!), mirror and good lighting that comes in super handy for makeup application. Plus, it keeps your tools away from dust.
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