How to Improve Your Reception Room

Your reception room is usually the first point of contact between your guests and you. This is usually where you invite your visitors, and this is where they can learn a lot about your character. It is also a chance for you to inspire them to become like you or at least learn something from you. This is why it is so important to create that first impression that is guaranteed to last. Below you will find some ideas that will always work for your reception room:

1. Make sure that you paint your walls in bright colours, preferably white, but eggshell or cream will also do. Nothing creates a bad impression like dark walls, which only add negative value to your house.

2. Don’t be afraid to add some green plants to the decor of your room. Usually, the more, the better, but don’t try to over do it. There are some great plants such as ivy that look great hanging from baskets, but there are also many good choices that look amazing in windows. Another added benefit of plants and flowers in your house is the fact that they create fresher air, and to be honest who doesn’t like to breathe fresh air.

3. Furniture also plays an important role in your house, especially in your living space. If you happen to have guests often, make sure that you have a dark wood and glass coffee table that goes well with the rest of the decor in your room. Not only will it make it appear more inviting, but your guests will also have a place to sip a coffee or tea comfortably. I would say with confidence that coffee tables are some of the most important pieces of furniture in our living space together with sofas that also play an important role as well as they allow your visitors to rest comfortably during your visit in your house.

4. Keep your room clean and tidy. I know that it might be sometimes easier said than done especially if you have children or pets, but it is definitely worth it.

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