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Creative Ways To Redecorate Your Home During The Lockdown

By Runwal Group Posted On Jun 26, 2020
Category Residential properties

Creative Ways To Redecorate Your Home During The Lockdown

Putting your energy into home styling and revamping the space you’ve been spending your whole day in can very well be the break you need from your monotonous quarantine routine. Besides keeping you preoccupied, your efforts will also lead you to an inspiring and tasteful outcome.

We’ll give you a list of doable home décor ideas so you can bring in a bit of monsoon cheer to your residential space. Take a look!

1. Spruce Up Your Home Garden

Spruce Up Your Home Garden

Open up your home to monsoon’s beauty with a spot of greenery. You can grow a herb garden or plant gorgeous flowers in your veranda or balcony – or even your window sill if you’re short on space. If you do have a veranda or balcony, it’s the best time to clean and beautify this area. You can set up patio furniture, add printed, bright cushions, and place a colourful outdoor rug. Try painting your earthen pots and hang planters with vines and creepers. You can also string up fairy lights to create a magical evening setting.

2. Sort & De-clutter

Sort & De-clutter

Cleaning and organising each room can be a very therapeutic activity. You can sort out all your items into ‘keep’, ‘discard’ and ‘donate’ piles. The end result is that you get rid of clutter and the negative energy associated with it, make a difference by contributing to the less privileged, and also manage to hold onto belongings that you really want, need, are practical or have sentimental value. Cleaning and tidying your home will lend to a sense of efficiency, positivity and overall well-being.

3. Spring In Tropical Prints

Spring In Tropical Prints

What better way to embrace the monsoon than with a shower of tropical prints? Choose a palette of pale pastels, berry hues and fresh greens to paint a pretty spring picture. Go for floral, leaf or bird motifs for your cushion covers, bedding and rugs. You can even hang up scenic, tropical frames on your wall. This cheerful décor is sure to add a touch of joy and liveliness into your home, and be the perfect stress-buster during these trying times.

4. Set Up Your Workspace

Set Up Your Workspace

Working from home comes with its own set of challenges and distractions. Try to have a dedicated work station at home, away from disturbances and noise. Pick a quiet space with ample daylight, a flow of fresh air and a soothing view of nature to keep you motivated and energised. It’s very difficult to be efficient and productive in a disorderly and cramped place. Make sure you keep your work desk clean and organised with holders for office stationery, files and documents. Choose seating that keeps your posture straight and upright. Arrange a bright task light for evenings, especially if your work continues late into the night.

We hope you manage to channel your creativity with help from our monsoon décor guide. For more lockdown home décor ideas and home de-cluttering tips that work well for luxury flats in Mumbai, check out: http://runwalgroup.in/blog/the-biggest-home-decor-trends-in-2020-to-look-out-for

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