Nothing will transform and personalize your space more than a fresh coat of paint—and pro tip: It's something you should do before moving any furniture or boxes in. Believe us: Painting an empty home is about a million times easier than worrying about moving furniture and covering everything in plastic.
It’s time to get rid of those dingy old bath towels—discolored whites and bleach-stained colors make your space look dirty and cheap. Proudly display crisp white, fluffy towels like the kind you would find in a fancy hotel or spa.
Use the passageway or corridor walls and oomph it up by making it a gallery wall. Don’t just stick to photos. Mix it up! You can use photos, decorative plates, quotes, mirrors or any other quirky wall decor.
Update an unattractive, outdated light fixture with a few coats of paint, round bulbs and pom-pom fringe for a whimsical touch. Strong colors overhead pull together the room's eclectic vibe.
Don't be afraid of making a big statement in a small space. There's a difference between clutter and well-curated collections and dramatic design moments.
The boutique-hotel look revolves around rich, dramatic wall shades for a cozy, cocoonlike feel. You can achieve this effect at home without spending a fortune since many budget paint brands make decent darker paints.
If you’ve updated your kitchen decorating with fresh, fashion-forward colors and a focal wall, it’s time to add layers. The latest trend in kitchen design is open shelving, instead of cabinets. This look lightens a kitchen up by creating visual space, but requires you to hide all the tupperware and mismatched glasses in fewer cabinets.
Like you would in a cozy bedroom, pile on prints to your heart's desire, starting with an accent wall covered in one pattern, and a colorful rug in another.
Look at odd-shaped empty spaces, such as above the fridge or in corners, as opportunities for added storage.
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