How To Personalise A New Family Home

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, How To Personalise A New Family Home

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Moving into a new home with your family is such a fun experience. Whether you buy a property straight from the developers or opt for an older home, it’s more than likely you’ll be wanting to take part in some redecorating to refresh the interior and change the style to better suit your own preferences. Taking some time to personalise your new surroundings will help your little ones to settle in much faster, and take away any of the uncomfortable feelings you can experience in an unfamiliar environment. So, if you’re soon to be moving into a new family home and want to figure out some creative ways to make your own mark on the property, then read on for some of the best top tips to help you get started today!

, How To Personalise A New Family Home

Adding A Splash Of Colour


Most homes are comparable to a blank canvas, as white walls and wood flooring do not offer many stand out features. However, this is actually a good thing, as it leaves you the option or personalising the space by using colours and patterns to add more texture and aesthetic value. In each bedroom, use the owners favourite colours in things like bed covers and pillows, as well as rugs, curtains and other material features. In the living room or lounge, make a statement with a new sofa in a rich colour, and try to match in any other furniture to this set tone. Don’t go too crazy with the colour wheel as using too many may clash and create too much visual noise, just stick to a set number of different hues and use varying tones to keep it interesting. 


Little Details 


As the saying goes, ‘it’s the little things that count’, and this is definitely true when it comes to personalising a space. Frame your favourite poster and hang it on your bedroom wall, and dig out or print off some family photos to take pride of place on the bedside tables and mantelpieces to inject a more homely and personal feeling into each room. Arrange any little trinkets you’ve collected over the years and stick your little ones best drawings on the fridge door so they feel somewhat more comfortable in the new space. Investing in a new welcome mat to place at your front door is one of the final touches, and it can really help to complete your homes personalisation. 


There can be a lot of stress surrounding the act of moving to a new family home, as many people find it difficult to settle in and make the space truly their own. However, with these top tips you can discover some great ways of adding personal touches to your home, and help yourself and your little ones to feel as comfortable as possible in no time at all. Add a splash of colour to brighten up the blank canvas that is your home interior, and don’t forget the little details that can bring every aspect together. 

, How To Personalise A New Family Home


  1. , How To Personalise A New Family Home
    Pippa Ainsworth
    November 17, 2019 / 9:28 pm

    Some really useful tips here, we don’t live in a show home at all but I love the memories attached to the things in my home

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    Susan B
    November 18, 2019 / 2:09 pm

    Yes, once you’ve cleared out all the boxes, the first fun bit in making a new house into your home is by adding personal touches. I love the idea of adding colour, especially as so many homes are magnolia or gey.

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    Naila M
    November 18, 2019 / 5:43 pm

    This was a great read and useful tips too 🙂

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