6 ideas to decorate your home with fashionable textiles
Sometimes you want to go around the house or a room in concrete, and paint, stab or replace the parquet or the floor, touch up walls, ceilings or furniture. However, decoration with textiles is one of the fashion trends to give your home a new air without spending a lot of money or effort. The fabrics can give any corner a new texture, new colors and a renewed style that, in addition, you can easily replace when you get tired of them.
Next, we give you 6 tricks to use all kinds of fabrics in bedrooms, living rooms and other spaces, which will surely inspire you to apply in your next decorative projects.
1. Use fabrics to separate environments
Do you have a very large room and want to parcel a part? Do you want to reserve an area of the room and away from the view? Fabrics are a perfect solution to create separate environments in a flexible way and with a light, manageable appearance, without the dangers of knocks and without works to partition or put new walls or cabinets. You can also let them hang to the height you want, tie them with a bow at the bottom to pick them up and open them when you prefer, or tie them to the ground with rails to tighten them and give them a more solid appearance.
2. Design your own paintings with fabrics
Textiles are great complements to decorate walls and you can apply them directly on their surface, as well as placing them on supports, wooden frames or any structure. Also, you can leave them on the air or frame them. It is a great idea to take advantage of pieces of cloth whose colors or patterns you love and do not want to throw away after creating clothes or upholstering furniture, for example.
3. Upholstering furniture and other objects with textiles
Another great way to completely transform any part of your home and give it a second life is to place a new fabric cover. It will change its appearance completely and you can complement it in colors or textures with any other decorative set of your living room, your room or your bathroom.
You can also undertake a smaller, quick and equally striking craft, such as lining the lid of any kitchen jar.
4. Make a DIY headboard for your bed
How many beds do we have "naked" without a nice headboard to take care of our dreams? Making your own headboard is as simple as taking a piece of wood, giving it the shape and size you want and that goes according to the proportions of your bedroom and your bed, and wrapping it with a textile that will inspire and relax you to sleep a very nice
5. Cover your high ceilings with textiles
The latest trick today can help cover imperfections in the roofs of any room, tending fabrics and creating undulating shapes, with a majestic touch and very good result for very little money. Hanging textiles from ceilings and beams is a very creative and very effective solution to set parties and celebrations at home or in large spaces such as halls or halls.
6. Mattering light inputs thanks to the thickness of the fabrics
This last trick today has an almost magical visual touch: you can place fabrics in front of windows, balconies and small windows - but also in front of artificial sources such as spotlights, fluorescents and light bulbs - to soften beams of light. You will see that it is a very beautiful and adaptable way to reduce its intensity and change its color, as well as being able to combine several different fabrics to create fantasy pots.