Have you noticed that Turkey Day has almost arrived? Though it might seem like fall only just peeked its head into our doors, Thanksgiving is but a few weeks away already! If you are responsible for throwing your family’s annual feast this year, you want your home to be looking its absolute best before the in-laws arrive!
If your home doesn’t quite feel up to the challenge yet, here are three ways to breathe new life into nearly any room in the home just in time for the holidays!
- Freshen up your paint. The paint job of a room can make or break the rest of its interior design. Even with the most modern furniture, an outdated paint color can completely ruin the of any sitting room or dining room. If you want to get the most out of a new coat of paint, seeking the assistance of a company providing house painting in Haverford, PA can not only make the job quick and simple, but they can also provide advice on the best colors to compliment your home’s aesthetic.
- Indulge in a little feng shui. Feng shui is the ancient Chinese art of furniture arrangement. Feng shui follows a set of principles that allows energy (or “chi”) to flow effortlessly through your home, promoting good feelings of joy to anyone who enters your home. Check out books in your local library on feng shui, you might be surprised by how much a little change in furniture arrangement can do to the mood of your home.
- Change your light bulbs. If the inside of your home feels a little stale, fluorescent lighting may be the cause. While fluorescent lighting is economical, it’s much too harsh to compliment the design of most rooms. Instead, try switching out to LED lighting. It saves you similar amounts of energy while also being much easier on the eyes!
Ready to get started on showing the best of your home? Fox Painting Company is here to assist you with house painting services in the Malvern, PA area! Give our team a call today at 215-259-571. We’ll help you find the perfect color palette that suits your home and puts your family in the holiday spirit this Thanksgiving!