Decor ideas to brighten your home in monsoon
Welcome monsoon with some bright changes in your home decor to lift up the mood. Here are some tips shared by experts:
To brighten your living room, paint the walls in shades of bright red, blue or even yellow. Avoid upholstery and furniture, which attracts moisture easily. Use a plain colour sofa and accessorise it with colourful cushions.
It is said that your mood reflects in the food that you make. So it is necessary to quirk up the kitchen interiors. Use colourful, innovative designs to make mundane tasks look more joyful. Use cute cutlery and containers along with some fancy dining set. Keep the dining table plain or put up a dinning cloth of a pastel colour that will accentuate your food. You can also use colourful tablemats to perk up the dining experience.
Get a vibrant or funky doormat outside the house to keep out the mud and slush that this season brings in.
Say no to ornamental curtains and go for some light ones. Leafy green, aqua, turquoise, scarlet and corn are some good colour schemes. Heavy curtains, when damp, is difficult to dry. Thin cotton curtains not only dry quickly but also are easy to wash.
We all love the sound of the rain. To soothe your mood further, add the music of wind chimes to your home. Decorative wind chimes are available at most local markets. You can also add some indoor plants.
A good way to welcome monsoon is by decorating your home with monsoonfriendly accessories that make your home bright and striking. Let your guests enjoy the rains along with a cup of hot tea accompanied by beautiful coasters, beautiful cup and saucers made of intrigue designs. Also make it fun for yourself this monsoon by adding fun furniture like hammock and swing.