Interior design is pivotal to putting your stamp on your home.
People tend to focus on their blinds and curtains when it comes to decorating their windows. But the window sill often gets left out. Our handy guide will help you choose window sill decorations to modernise your home.
Living Room Window Sill Decorations
The beauty of living rooms is that they sometimes benefit from having bay windows. Furthermore, this means that the windows and sills can be styled with both furniture and trinkets.
Placing furniture within the bay can make the sills look decorated. Moreover, whether you have a bay window or not, you can place potted plants on the window sills to style the room. Cactus plants are ideal for brightening up a room.
Alternatively, plants can be hung from curtain rails at different heights to really add to a room.
If you’re not a fan of plants, why not style the sill with some books or magazines instead and use the sill like a table?
Kitchen Window Sills
Much like the living room, kitchen window sills are ideal for plants. Especially herbs.
Moreover, you could grow a small herb garden in your kitchen, or store crockery or spices instead.
Bedroom Window Sills
Similar to the living room, if your bedroom has a bay window – why not make it into a seat with some cushions? Moreover, this would be the perfect place for relaxing with a book.
On the other hand, you could use the window sill to house candles or photo frames with your favourite memories.
Bedroom window sills can also be used as a dressing table, storing your jewellery or mirror and make-up bits.
Bathroom Window Sill Decorations
Bathrooms tend to be small. Thus, bathrooms tend to lack storage space. Where better to store your toothbrush and toothpaste or shampoo and conditioner than on your bathroom window sill?
Add a few candles to make the ultimate relaxation zone.