Texture and layering
A new build property can often feel flat so layering textures is key. For example; pairing a velvet sofa with a shaggy rug and woollen throw offers depth and the perfect tactile variety for your senses to focus on.
Similarly, textured wallpaper, colourful art, or even a shelf of books are also good ways of adding interest and individuality. Taking a simple shelving unit and looking at adding your favourite photos, ornaments, vases of flowers or plants, and books can make a world of difference – it’s key here to think about the spacing, shapes, and sizes and where you place them to make a lovely focal point.
Houseplants are also a great way to add shape, depth, and texture to a room and you can pick the right one for the space you have – large potted plants that sit on the floor are great for any awkward corners and smaller hanging plants are great for a blank wall.
Create a focal point