Paint your walls (or your furniture). A warmer feel, earth tones and neutrals are always nice. A pink coffee table or metallic nightstand can add just the right amount of “pop”.
Get creative with storage. One thing that many people wish they had more of is storage space. Thankfully, there are all kinds of creative and aesthetically appealing things that you can do. Ottomans are wonderful because they are multi-purpose; you can use them to store items while also using them for sitting. Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves are a smart way to show off your books and knick knacks. Wicker baskets provide a timeless kind of appeal, while metal shelving units are ideal for any kitchen.
Use throws. They add a cozy value to the home. Being draped over a sofa or chair can create a snuggly feeling ideal for unwinding in front of the tv after a long day at work to watch a good film or the latest Netflix craze.
Try some mirrors. If you place one on the wall that is directly across from an entryway, it can easily make your room twice as large. If you live in a flat or a Gloucestershire Park Home through http://www.parkhomelife.com/our-parks/orchard-park-homes-gloucester-gloucestershire/this would make a huge impact.
Add a few plants. And finally, something that every home needs are plants. In fact, there are some that are proven to purify the air. Some of them include Peace lilies, Chrysanthemums, Bamboo palms, Chinese evergreens and the Golden Pothos. They can make any room feel comforting for a very affordable price.