5 Items to Ditch for More Stylish Home

Out of million apartments or houses in this world, some will simply stand out with their spaces. Well, we believe these spaces are created to have an effortless cool factor that’s just hard to pinpoint. Here we have the opinion of the interior designers what exactly sets a pretty well-styled space apart from the rest.

First, the number one thing that the designer notices when walking into a stylish space is curated pieces! Not just any of them, but the ones that are unique! They love walking into a home that someone has their own individual design perspective and aesthetic. And if it happens that you’ve collected uncommon furniture pieces that speak to them, then you’ll be their favorite.

But curating impeccable pieces is always easier said than done, but we have to give it a try. Not only we will improve our spaces, but we’ll get another dimension of our homes, stylish one. So, the next thing to do is to ditch item from an item out of every room. There will be items added that will be replaced instead, looking more stylish.


Ditch: The Shoe Rackdirty shoe rack is not welcoming, neither chic. 

Add: A bench or Credenzalet this one contain a shoe basket underneath if you need the storage.


Living Room

Ditch: Small Tchotchke Accessoriesthey look like clutter, so are completely useless.

Add: Large Statement Piecesmore substantial coffee table books, vase with greenery, a medium size box which is great for storing remotes.


Dining Room

Ditch: Off-scale dining chairsthese are best when used in an office. Work just doesn’t fit in your dining room.

Add: Chairs with texture (dining)to break the hard materials pick a chair with an upholstered seat. Also, you can choose a good woven chair, your choice. 



Ditch: Side tables, matching wood headboard, dressersthey are just not a thing right now. Might have been in the 80s but not anymore.

Add: An upholstered headboardthis is the bets trick ever! Use an upholstered headboard instead of wood. This way you will break the wooden pattern in the room.


Ditch: Small Bath MatsThey look repetitive and sloppy, unfortunately.

Add: A rugthis one will spans the length of the bathroom and will elevate your home to look more high end.


Tags: bathroom, bedroom, decor tips, dining room, home decor, home decor trends, interior design, interior designers, living room, style, stylish home

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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