Creating a Quick Home Sale

Creating a Quick Home Sale

3 Sneaky Ways to Add Indian Decor to Your Home

by Lillian Bishop

If you are looking to perk up your home and do something a little different, one great idea is to add a dash of Indian-inspired flair. Native American decor can be beautifully decorative and colorful, and you don't have to go wild with native decor in order to make an impression. These are just a few of the many simple ways that you can add a dash of Indian decor to your home without going overboard.

1. Add a Touch of Tile

Tile doesn't always come in boring colors and patterns. You can also purchase tile with traditional Indian patterns, which can be perfect for tiling an entire room or a small section. For example, you can look for an Indian-inspired print for the backsplash in your kitchen or for a small area of your bathroom. Then, you won't have to worry about going overboard with a whole room full of tile, but you'll be able to make a nice impression.

2. Look for Woven Baskets

Indian communities make some of the most beautiful woven baskets out there. If you are looking to add a homemade touch, consider using one of these homemade baskets to store wash cloths, towels, toiletries, or other similar items in the bathroom or to store dressings, oil, vinegar, or other small kitchen-related products. These baskets can add a nice Indian-inspired look and can help you get more organized at the same time.

3. Opt for Homemade Blankets

One of the fastest way to add Native American flair to your home is with homemade blankets from an Indian tribe. You can usually purchase these blankets at nearby Indian tribes, or you can find them online. Regardless, you can use these blankets to drape over furniture, fold up in a basket, or otherwise put on display. Not only will they look great and add a splash of color and a little bit of Native American-inspired pop when displayed among your other decor, but these blankets are often also very warm and very comfortable, so it's a practical way to ensure that your family and your guests are comfortable at all times as well.

As you can see, there are a few sneaky ways that you can add in Indian decor when decorating your home, and you don't have to be too obvious or spend a lot of money when doing it. If you follow these three tips, you are sure to love the subtle yet beautiful touch of decor that it can add to your home. Seek out a business like Tara Design - Antique Indian Furniture And Art to find Indian textile designs.


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Creating a Quick Home Sale

One of the things that helped sell my home quickly, at least according to my real estate agent, was the time I spent fixing up the landscaping. I knew about the importance of eye appeal, but who would have thought that something as simple as a storage shed or a backyard veggie garden could make such a big difference in the sale price of a home, and the length of time it takes to sell said home? Well to prove that my landscaping techniques worked, I helped three friends sell their homes using some of my tips and tricks. It seems to have worked, because every one of them were able to fetch their asking price and sell before their goal deadlines. So, I figured I should help others out there who could use a little help in the home selling department… hopefully you'll find inspiration on the pages here.

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