If you really want your home to stand out and make an impression, you’ll need to come up with a few different ways to make your home unique. These tips may provide you with some inspiration for giving your space a fun twist.
Buy Original Art
Decorating your home with original art is a surefire way to initiate conversation and make people notice your decor. While an original work from a famous artist like Dali or Picasso certainly wouldn’t hurt, any metropolitan area will have galleries and thriving art communities where one can procure such pieces.
Creative Storage Space
How many houses have you entered where pots, pans, plates, etc., were all thrown into cabinets without any organization? Another way you can make your space more interesting and keep cabinets less cluttered is to install a hanging rack for pots and pans. It will make everything easier to access and is sure to give your kitchen a unique look. The same idea also works for memorabilia and collectibles—put them into display cases instead of hiding them in drawers or closets.
Have Custom Furniture Made
Buying mass-produced furniture is incredibly convenient, but it isn’t always ideal for every space. You can avoid this common problem by looking into custom furniture. Finding custom furniture for your home not only ensures that it works on an aesthetic level but will also provide a great gathering space to host and entertain your guests.
Set Up a Home Theater
There’s nothing quite like sitting in a crowded auditorium with a hundred strangers all taking in a film; however, with the right at-home setup, you can get pretty close. Comfortable seats (ideally recliners), a quality projector, and a great sound system do a lot to recreate the theatrical experience. You can even get yourself a popper to make fresh popcorn!
These are just a few ideas to get your brain working and thinking about different ways to make your home unique. Using your space creatively, setting up a home cinema, decorating with original art, and getting custom-made furniture are all great jumping-off points for putting your home a step above the rest.