This month’s latest obsessions is all about making a statement in your home, whether it’s in your bathroom, your bedroom, in a office or your main living space – there are easy ways to focus your efforts on creating a big visual impact and making a room feel special even if it is just your bedroom.
The best part about making a statement is sometimes you only need to focus on one aspect of the room, or a finishing touch which could be furniture, paint or a orientate tile – so remember you don’t need to rack your brain to pull off a show stopping look, just keep it simple!
Painted Wood. This can really add for some drama in a study/office or even a dramatic wall in your master suite in place of a headboard. Although this might not be for everyone, especially if you’re going a bit extreme with the purple study above – you
Patterned Bathroom Tiles. It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of a good statement tile, and I think pulling it into your bathroom can be a really great way to add some flair to functional space. Whether it’s on the floor or a whole wall in a glass shower – it’ll really impress, but remember with tiles you’re making a little more of a permanent commitment so make sure it’s something you’ll love or is a little more neutral and classic.
Modern Aesthetic. I’ve been on a bit of a kick of pulling in a little more of a modern aesthetic, especially for our basement makeover. If done correct you can really add some drama into your space with modern furniture pieces and accents. A good way to accomplish this is with a great couch, I love West End 96″ Sofa in the Blue from Value City.
Statement Mirrors. A good mirror can add some drama in any space, but a fun place to splurge a bit is with a vanity or make-up station. Things to consider with statement mirrors is either buying a mirror that feels oversized for the space – to add that impact, or to buy a mirror with thick frame work and detail – this Amelie Wooden Arched Mirror from Arhaus is a stunner with a vintage twist.
Making a statement can be a fun project, but can also seem a little daunting depending on how bold you want to go! I’ve been on a kick of a modern pop for our basement makeover, which I’m excited to share with everyone soon!