Whenever you move into a new house, one of the first decisions you often make is how to decorate it. Sometimes, it may be difficult because you try to decide what should go where. But, as The Powell Group will show you, it’s a lot easier than you think. We have several suggestions for you.
Have you ever had a picture you wanted to hang, but didn’t have the hammer and nails? No problem! If you have a small table or stand, just put the piece of art on top and lean it against the wall. There are many ways to display your art. Sometimes, the way you display it can be a work of art in and of itself. Explore the different ways to do so within your home.
If you want to put your art – or other belongings – somewhere else, why not try floating shelves? You can easily install them on just about any wall in your house – provided you have the hammer and nails, of course. They aren’t heavy, so they will be easy to install. Plus, they are not as bulky as a bookshelf. So, the items will be displayed with no distraction.
Those of us who went to college or worked in an office have probably used a corkboard. Why not make it part of the house, as well? You can use it to organize like you would with your assignments. But, you can also use it to plan your week or even hang your artwork.
Lastly, chalkboards are a great idea, as well – and they don’t have to be just for kids. Anyone in the house can use them. The kids can use them to doodle. You can also create your own work of art or even use it to organize your plans. It’s also great to create a menu for the week. You can do so much with a chalkboard.
The Powell Group at Keller Williams of the Western Upstate of South Carolina encourages you to explore the many ways to decorate your house. After all, this is your home. It should represent you. Our team members can provide you with any information you need to spruce up your home.
If you are moving to the Western Upstate, log on to our website and have a look at our beautiful homes. We are sure you will find exactly what you are looking for.
(Pictures used from Wikimedia and Flickr)