Feb 27, 2015

8 Beautiful Touches to Add to Your Home

Fireplace Grate -image:balsamhill.com

Are you looking to breathe new life into your home? If you don't have the money for an extensive remodel, it can seem like a daunting or even impossible task, but it doesn't have to be. Here are just eight simple touches that can rejuvenate your living space.

1. New Lights

You don't have to knock down a ceiling and install a skylight. Just put sconces on the walls, add a few visually appealing floor lamps or arrange candles in strategic areas around the room.

2. Fireplace Grate

Most homeowners don't even think about their fireplace grate until it breaks, but if you replace that old, grimy one with something beautifully and intricately iron-wrought, your fireplace can become the centerpiece of the living room. 

3. Decorative Throws and Pillows

Turn your den into the coziest, most welcoming room of your entire home. Spread decorative throws and pillows across all of your couches, chairs and chaises until no surface is left with a sharp edge.

reviews of Balsam Hill trees
4. Holiday Decorations

The next time Christmas rolls around, don't be satisfied with a limp wreath on the door. Go all-out with lights, tinsel and mistletoe. You'll also want to buy a tree worthy of the holiday. You can read reviews of Balsam Hill trees and other similar companies to learn more.

5. Plates and Bowls

Your tableware says a lot about you, especially if it's cracked and chipped. Replace your old collection with something nicer. Look for pieces that come in a set and are decorated with subtlety.

6. Tablecloth

When was the last time you replaced your tablecloth? Start rotating them regularly depending on the season. For example, use the red-and-green variety for winter or a rabbit-themed one for spring.

7. Wall Art

Liven up your walls with something new. Hang paintings and portraits; frame all of your photos; paint yourself a mural. You can even use stencils to make your wall art unique to your home.

8. New Furniture

This is slightly more expensive than other entries on this list, but it still won't break the bank. If you're completely fed up with your boring living room, look into replacing your couch or buying a new television. One big-ticket item can effect everything else around it.

These are just eight ways to redecorate without remodeling your home entirely. The smallest of changes can transform a room, so don't be afraid to experiment until you find something that works for you!


1 comment:

Linda said...

Wonderful tips. Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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