Do you often feel down at your home? That may be because of lack of positive vibes. Decorating home with ample lights whether lamps or chandeliers and putting fresh flowers to the dull and sad corners of your home can bring back that lost energy. This therapy is effective in bringing positive vibes and tranquility, suggest experts.
Beside adding myriads of vibrant flowers and plants, here is what you can do to keep yourself in high-spirit
* Light the area right: Lights plays a key role in setting the ambiance right. Adding up few chandeliers and lamps will create a beautiful serene in the room. Also, incorporating few scented candles in your rooms is yet another great idea that not only spread aroma around but also generate the loving atmosphere around.
* When we talk about bringing spring botanicals in your abode then instead of changing whole upholstery best way to bring them is in cushions or nature inspired curtains can also work well. You can contrast them with neon colours and dwelling is ready with a makeover.
* Small decorative pieces, fruit bowls, decorative ornaments and magazine baskets also enhance the look of the living room, hence plays a vital role in bringing any themed décor in the house.
* Many a times we see that only one single colour wall is the focal point in any room. This trend is passé. Instead use printed wallpapers to brighten any space in your house whether it is bedroom, living area, dining room or balcony as well.
* Infuse the light scented candles that not only create an aromatic room but also create a nice ambience. Furthermore, you can set a relaxing mood by arranging a variety of oil lamps and candles on decorative trays and let them work their magic on your senses.
* Adorn your interiors with brighter shades of yellow, orange, red, blue and green. Opt for the colours that complement each other and provide an exuberant aura to your home.
After hectic day outside, we tend to find a place which is radiant and offers peace. These ideas will keep your house lively and cheerful. Set aside those old-fashioned heavy drapes and embrace limpid curtains.
(With IANS inputs)