The house market is getting younger. Millennials are entering the house market and as they do a new challenge presents itself. Upsizing is the phenomenon that occurs when someone goes from a smaller space, like an apartment, to a large house. This can create many decorating issues for a new home buyer as they struggle to fill all of the extra space. But there are some things that can be done to help make your house looks its best. This includes adding and placing furniture thoughtfully, investing in pieces that will last forever, decorating to make rooms less empty and ensuring every room has a purpose.
- When upsizing to a a larger home from a smaller, give yourself some time to adjust before you start trying to fill the empty spaces of your new homee
- Rather than trying to fill a room, try getting one or two big pieces of furniture that you’ll utilize frequently
- Be mindful of how you want to represent your home; make it personal & enjoyable with the right amount of decorations
“Furthermore, sectionals pull apart to create more than one focal point in a room — think an L-shaped seating area and coffee table in one part of the living room, and a smaller couch and lamp in another for a cozy reading nook.”