Today – how to update your holiday home
Are you wondering how to update your holiday home? and are you wanting to update it in the offseason whilst you have a little time to do so? Well if you are I have some great design tips to share with you today
How to update your holiday home – 10 simple and effective tips
Schofields Insurance has recently written a great post on how to make your holiday home more instagrammable and have kindly allowed me to share some of them with you today.
Here are 10 of my favourite ways to update your holiday home:
They suggest keeping the entrance light and bright and clutter-free and providing storage for coats and shoes
Plants make a lovely welcome for guests and are an inexpensive and effective holiday home addition. Many plants such as jasmine also have a lovely scent and this just adds to the welcome.
Additional mirrors, especially in the hallway are a great idea they add the illusion of space and increase the light.
Plenty of seating makes sure everyone is comfortable and light easily moveable chairs means people can sit how they wish which is perfect in a holiday home
Footstools make great additional seating and can easily be used as coffee tables too
Open shelving makes a nice feature in the kitchen and works to both stopp[ing it look too closed in and they allow guests to see what you have.
How about freshly painting your bathroom? Everyone loves a super-smart bathroom Dulux colour of the year 2020 – Tranquil Dawn is perfect to create a restful space. Got to be one of the best and cheapest ways how to update your holiday home
Co-ordinated soft furnishings
In the bedroom bedding, throws and cushions can all be tied into paint colours, to give a beautifully co-ordinated and cohesive look. Do have a look at Imperial Rooms for some lovely home furnishing ideas.
A really nice touch in your outdoor space is to provide a little container of herbs or perhaps tomatoes that guests can pick for their tea. Have a look here at the easiest herbs to grow
Garden lighting is also a really nice and simple little update that allows guests to sit outside longer and enjoy their evenings.
So there you go, if you are looking to update your holiday home these tips should help!
How to update your holiday home is a collaborative post – you might also be interested in my post on holiday home interior design trends