It is an age-old adage that “first impressions are always long-lasting”. This is true of everything you do in life. Whether it is meeting some-one for the first time, experiencing a new activity or welcoming guests into your home, you want the first impression to make a mark. When we buy a new home, we go through a lot of trouble with getting the right furniture and the right shade of paint for our walls, but we seldom ignore the décor at the entrance or the terrace. The entrance of the home is the first thing that guests notice. The size of your home or its location doesn’t matter as long as pick the right styles to decorate it. Let’s say, you live in a 3 BHK flat in Thane, Mumbai; here’s how you can give its entrances and terraces a modern avatar.
Accessories enhance the look
Filling your entrance and terrace with hand-picked accessories gives the vicinity a personal touch. Colorful tee light holders can be placed at the entrance of your home. Beautiful lamps called fairy lights have also become popular and can enhance your terrace. You can add a warm, welcoming glow by illuminating the area at night with tee lights.
Hanging lamps to the rescue
If you have a great collection of hanging lamps, why not flaunt it? The vibrant colors of the hanging lights give your home a calm and soothing aura, and will become an instant hit with your guests. You can use multiple tiny hanging lamps with softly vibrating wind-chimes to create a calm atmosphere for your home.
Put the spotlight on the entrance
Decorating the entrance of your home is actually the easiest and the most under-rated thing that people seem to ignore. You can give it a makeover by using a wooden archway with built-in spotlights. You can get creative and try some beautiful curtains that add the style quotient in your apartment.
Add appeal to mirrors and old furniture
Vintage lovers, here’s your chance to get creative! Incorporating vintage elements at the entrance like wooden-frame wall mirrors and vintage oak tables with a vase can add appeal and allure to your 3 or 3.5 BHK apartments in Thane. Vintage products can be procured at dirt cheap rates from flea markets.
A green wall to enhance the stress-free setting
As far as the terrace is concerned, you can consider putting up a green wall. Instead of going traditional you can consider a creative way to make your terrace comfortable and calm. Add a green wall with wall mounted planters.
These are some tips you can consider to enhance the beauty of your 3 BHK or 3.5 BHK apartment in Thane.