The days are getting shorter, which means your living space may need a few bursts of color to maintain a warm, cheery feel throughout the coming months. After all, as picturesque as Vancouver Island can be during the summer months, there is no denying that fall and winter tend to get a little, well, gray. Luckily, there are simple ways to infuse a bit of cheeriness into any space without excessive cost or efforts, as the interior design authority Apartment Therapy has touched on in a past piece.
In response to a survey conducted by the home furnishing store HomeGoods indicating that many homeowners know that a change in decor would improve their day-to-day mood, but are worried about the cost of such revamps, the source has suggested a few easy and relatively inexpensive ways to make a beneficial impact in any living area. The focus of the article was on the power of accessories to transform the feel of a room.
If you're looking to add a few vibrant hues to an area, for example, you can do so without devoting your weekend to the endeavour.
"The brushes, the rollers, the splattered clothes—skip the hassle (and expense) [of a new paint job] and add punches of color the easy way," the source states. This means installing new drapery, adding throw pillows, and incorporating other bits and bobs that pack a visual punch but can be easily moved around whenever you see fit.
To learn more about how window treatments can revamp your home for fall and winter, contact the drapery specialists at Ruffell & Brown Window Fashions, browse our selection online, or book an appointment with us today.