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The 'finishing touches' you need to transform every room in your home

by Deidre Wiles (2020-04-02)


cinque-terre-photo-collection-picjumbo-pDirector of Vault Interiors Justine Wilson (pictured)


An interior stylist expert has revealed how adding budget-friendly 'finishing touches' to a room can completely transform the space in minutes. 

Director of Australian company Vault Interiors, Justine Wilson, said that you don't need major renovations to make your home look new, just the right accessories and styling tricks. 

'It's so easy and so worthwhile to make your home look and feel just that little bit nicer,' she told FEMAIL.

'Don't underestimate the importance of finishing touches - whether you're doing up your own home to enjoy, setting up a rental property or staging a property for sale. 

'You don't have to spend a fortune renovating or redecorating your entire property, it's as simple as adding the right accessories.'

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Picking a 'mood' or theme for your house is an easy way to coordinate the interiors, and turn your home into a stylish space to spend time in, rather than a functional place to live. 

'Coordinating a room just like the professionals is easy, just choose a colour to carry throughout your home and accentuate it with accessories,' Ms Wilson said.

'Only a pop of colour is needed, for example a splash of dusty pink in an artwork can be repeated through pink cushions on the lounge, pink flowers or vases on the coffee table.'









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 Choosing a nude wallpaper and balancing it with orange and lime coloured accents suits this nature-filled room and view










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 Ms Wilson complimented the artwork with different and matching cushions with a fashionable rug and coffee table


2. Jazz up the dining table

This is where the majority of meals are eaten and family gatherings take place - so it pays to make it the star attraction. 

'A nice table runner or eye-catching centrepiece can be the difference between your room looking enticing or just average,' she said.

'Fresh seasonal flowers, candles or greenery in a simple vase paired with stylish cutlery and dinnerware helps to create a polished finish.'






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Adding a chic dining room table with a small plant on top continues the theme of nature from the living room and beyond, with the artwork keeping the aspect colours she chose previously