ACCORDING to experts, some of your furnishings and knick-knacks are making your home look less lavish than it can.
And, if you'd like for your home to be at its full potential, you might want to follow these tips.
In a series of TikTok videos, interior expert Char Tara revealed what's making your home look cheap.
In the first clip, Tara listed having no set color scheme, direct/too much LED lighting, and asymmetry as some things that cheapen the appearance of your living space.
Having a set color palette helps decor in a room look uniform, as well as allows a room to appear more glamorous and elegant.
The next recording listed wallpaper, plastic coffee tables, and elevated sofas.
Tacky wallpaper has the ability to cheapen the way your apartment looks, with its clashing colors and outdated designs.
And, in the final video, Tara cited over the door hooks, uncoordinated kitchen cupboards, and crushed velvet as other things that may be cheapening your abode.
According to the expert, over-the-door hooks could be replaced with hidden storage.
People in the comments section were grateful for the tips, some agreeing.
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"Hahaha crushed velvet! This and mirror/crystal furniture. And the live laugh love wall art," one person quipped.
"Taking notes for my future house rn," another added.
"I actually despise seeing the tabs on the opposite side of the door from those hooks," a spectator shared.
"The towel hooks came down straight away," said a final person.
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