All of us would love our homes to look straight out of an interior design magazine but that is a little difficult, given that the pages keep changing! What we mean to say is that home décor trends keep changing and it's not feasible for most of us to change our décor with changing trends all the time. In such a scenario, we thought of coming up with some classic home décor ideas which will lend a timeless appeal to your home. The best part of a timeless décor scheme is that it allows you to play around with the latest trends and transform the look of your home from time to time.
There will be never a time when this has been said enough, minimalism is your best friend in all aspects of home décor. Beginning from not crowding your shelves to having furniture in proportion with the size of the room, in other words, refrain from overcrowding. Every season brings with it that one colour which you have to have to make your décor pop out, but it isn't practical to get your walls done in orange, yellow or green each time trends change. So, we suggest that you stick to accessories, like throw pillows, vases, flowers or other artwork for that dash of pop.
It will be better if you start buying furniture that is meant to be used and not only admired, get rid of those coffee tables and angular chairs to make room for some pretty practical furniture. Next, we come to the most important aspect of home décor, i.e. lighting. Firstly, make sure that you allow enough natural light into your house. Choose window drapes that let in the sun and if the place does not have much natural light reaching it, opt for quality lighting that lends a natural looking glow to your place. When going for wall paint, ignore the latest trends and settle for the classic shades like plum, caramel or ochre, as they lend a classy and cosy feel to any space.
Last but not the least, nothing looks better than a clutter-free and organized home and for this, you need to have smart storage options. Incorporate storage cases in as many furniture pieces as possible and make it a part of your design aesthetic. Most importantly, have fun while doing up your space and go trendy with items that can be replaced easily from season to season.