Are you looking around a space you once loved and suddenly feeling a little grim? It is normal to start feeling bored with a room after a while. After all, you do look at these same walls every single day. However, this does not mean you need to start ripping up carpet or knocking out walls for an extensive remodel. Sometimes, all you need is to bring something new to the space that is dynamic enough to change the overall feel.
Contempo Terra Oil Rubbed Bronze with Slate Wall Fountain
- Indoor Wall Fountains - The easiest way to breathe new life into a stale space is with indoor wall fountains. Not only do these stunning pieces of art create a strong focal point; the movement of water creates Chi, which is otherwise known as positive energy. If your space has gotten a little old then some positive energy will certainly help. Indoor wall fountains create a soothing environment. Plus, they clean and moisturize the air, making them beautiful and beneficial.
TD Prado Series Patina with Tree Wall Fountain
- Paint a Wall - Pick one wall and paint it a bold color. Between going to the store, taping and preparing the area, and actually doing the painting, this is nothing more than an afternoon project and will completely transform the space. Do you have a sudden infatuation with purple, lime green, or some other bright color you would normally not consider decorating with? Paint the wall that color! Who cares if you hate it in a few months? The great thing about paint color is that it can always be changed.
- Buy a Rug - Similar to changing a wall color, a rug that is bright or patterned can have the same effect on a space. A rug takes zero commitment. It is not overly expensive, and when you get tired of looking at it, you can put it in the basement, spare room, or your child's play room, or sell it at your next garage sale.
- New Coffee Table - The coffee table is typically the centerpiece of a room. Changing this one piece of furniture will change an entire room. For a huge "wow" factor, buy an aquarium table. If your living room looks a little cramped make it appear large with a glass top table. Tree stump furniture is pretty trendy right now, or you could burn some of your creative energy and make one with wood crates you get from the craft or home improvement store.