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  • By Eddie Yandle
  • 06 Dec, 2017

Try these 5 décor pieces that will make your home sophisticated and elegant

Try these 5 décor pieces that will make your home sophisticated and elegant

Want to know some of the easy décor tips to give your home a sober and elegant look? This article has got all the hacks for you. Learn some easy décor pieces that will make your home look sophisticated.

One of the most essential things that consume our minds once we buy a new home is how to decorate it. Interior designing is a fascinating concept and it changes with every person because the former is directly related to how your abode turns out to be. From modern themes to traditional themes, whatever your choice is and your personality depicts, your home becomes a direct portrayal of the same.

There is one common factor that runs for all types of interior designing ideas and that is to be elegant and classic. In whichever way your mind soothes, elegance and panache are certain things that simply can't be avoided from the decorations of your house.

To start with, the idea and definition of elegance can vary from one person to another. But the feeling and the glamour it is supposed to exude, are always the same for all.

Not all kinds of décor are perfect to implement that feeling of panache and sophistication in your flats in Mohali. You have to be very careful and basically open up your creative side and trigger it very well to find décor pieces that will make your house sophisticated and elegant.

If you're still wondering how to go about finding these perfect décor pieces to give your dream home a sophisticated, classic and elegant look, here are some simple ideas for you to get started with.

1.    Go for simple styling and keep no space for any clutter

Sophistication calls for confidence in your choices and having clutter in the decoration of your room only defies this rule. So go for simple styling like lesser number of furniture and only the ones that stay balanced with the colour theme of the room and the house as a whole too, and keep things minimalist so that the place looks clean, organized and the styling is highlighted better as well.

2.    Hang large paintings on the wall to incorporate an artsy feeling

Choose large paintings with elegant picture frames so that they enhance both the furniture and the colour theme of the room and not to forget add to the sophistication factor of your home. For luxurious and spacious homes, such large paintings would absolutely augment that soberness of the place and utilize the space on the wall with utmost creativity as well.

3.    Opt for interesting textile choices

Your interior designing process would be polished and reach a higher scale when you keep a tab on every intricate detail. So while choosing for rugs, cushions, carpets, bed sheets and even cushion and pillow covers, make sure they go with the rest of the theme of the house and is interesting and innovative in their natures. Don't opt for conventional textile choices that everyone else uses and this idiosyncrasy will certainly give your house an edge over attaining the sophisticated look.

4.    You can never go wrong with classic sculptures

The ready to move flats in Mohali are pretty spacious and luxurious so in order to accomplish your goal of making your home have a sophisticated look, you can simply opt for classic sculptures and style your house with them. Sculptures are any day very elegant and can boost up the class of your house instantaneously.
5.    Make room for antique and/or pieces from the pages of history

Keep a piece of history or an antique piece of décor in your house because anything that is extinct and kept in the house, is sophisticated and elegant. The first newspaper of the morning after India's independence, extinct coins from several decades before, stones, souvenirs , and many more – can certainly give your home a sophisticated look.

These are some very interesting décor pieces that are simple to figure out and will certainly give your home a touch of sophistication and elegance. Try them now!

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Sharangee Dutta is a copywriter at Camellia Media and Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., based in Gurgaon, Haryana. She loves reading books and writing as well. She is an avid traveler and one of her favourite destinations to visit is Switzerland and Madrid. She is a big fan of ready to move flats in Mohali because she believes the former are affordable, convenient and comes with the perfect architecture. She thinks it's a great idea to own a home from the flats in Mohali because they're super luxurious and budget-friendly.

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