It can be an exciting time when you move into a new home in Thailand, and before you settle in, you will want to put your mark on it and turn your house into a home. There are many ways you can do this, and you can focus on one room at a time or transform the entire house before you move into it, which is sometimes much easier. Whether you paint the walls, retile the floors, or hang up wood panel wall art, below are some tips to help you transform your new home and make it a comfortable place to live.

Give The Walls A Coat Of Paint

It is an excellent idea to decorate your home before moving into it, so you do not have to move the furniture about to paint the walls. You will want to choose a colour for the walls that is warm and inviting and try and steer away from harsh colours such as white. You can also choose to paint one wall in each room a different colour, which can help to create a focal point for each room. You can consider doing it yourself if you have the time and can energy, but you can also consider using a professional decorator to do the job for you.

Buying New Furniture

You may also want to invest in new furniture when you move into your new home, making it a comfortable space for you and your family. You can get a new sofa and chairs that are comfortable, and other items, such as:

  • Beds & Mattresses
  • Dining Room Table & Chairs
  • Coffee Table
  • Wardrobes
  • Nightstands For The Bedrooms
  • Chests Of Drawers
  • Television Stand

When buying new furniture for your home, the only limit is your budget and imagination, and you can search online for inspiration. Personalise your home and furnishings to reflect your personality, and it will help transform your space into a loving home.

Do Not Forget The Garden

You will also want to pay attention to the garden, and you can create a space outside your home to extend your useable living space and ensure you and your family spend time outdoors. Ensure there is suitable shading to help you stay out of the hot sun or when it is raining and get yourself comfortable outdoor furniture. Make sure that you protect your furniture from the elements, covering it when not in use, and you can help keep it in excellent condition for many years to come.

Bailey Luis