There are simple home designing and revamping tips that will render hiring an interior designer a waste of valuable resources. Are you ready to take the first step in turning your home into a stunning paradise without breaking the bank? Read these top 3 simple home designing tips and wake up your dormant, inherent creativity. You can also find inspiration here

  • Choose neutral colours for your wall.

According to experts, neutral colours, including beige and grey, enhance decorating flexibility. Selecting neutral colours for your walls gives you an unlimited opportunity to experiment with various designing tips, beautify your walls as you deem fit and make the room appear bigger.

  • Group living room furniture

Neatly arranging furniture across the living room gives you a sense of balance, calm and organization. Consider arranging your living room furniture to face a central table. They can be arranged to either form the U or H shape. Contrary to the popular belief that arranging furniture close to the wall makes the room feel larger, it makes it feel cranked up and smaller. You may want to leave enough movement space between the walls and furniture.

  • Use artworks and mirrors on the wall.

Mirrors reflect light across rooms and ultimately make them look bigger and brighter. However, arbitrarily placing mirrors will not produce the desired effect. Mirrors should not be placed across the window but perpendicularly close to it for the best result. Placing artworks on the wall is an old decorating tip, but most get it wrong. The artworks’ size should correspond with the wall. For larger walls, consider larger artworks and if you can’t find one, arrange small artworks together with a bit of space between them. 


Your home should be your fortified fortress of comfort and happiness. It should at all times be suited for your comfort and lifestyle. For instance, if you are a freelancer working from home, you may want to create a mini office equipped with necessary work equipment and devoid of distractions within your home.