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Upscale your home with Accent Chairs

Upscale your home with Accent Chairs

Accent Chairs round up from WayFair: Upscale your room

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Hi guys! I have been wanting to show you how to upscale your home with Accent Chairs! so I put up a list of sources from Wayfair just for you!

One of the things I look for when refreshing a room for my home is Accent Chairs. For me, these are must-haves for your home and a great way to upscale any room. A lot of you are always asking me for recommendations so I have gathered my all-time favorites right here.

Anytime you are unsure about how to complete a room think about a side table paired with an accent chair and you have got yourself a pretty styled corner. Mirrors work well as well, so don’t be afraid to personalized your spaces.

Now, the reason why I love these so much is because you can mix and match with any style and have great results effortlessly. My number one tip is to always go for neutral colors so your final look is timeless and always easy to change around.

upscale your home with accent chairs

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Speaking of side tables

Since I already mentioned how accent chairs look well paired with side tables, I rounded up a few that would complement the ones I suggested above.

If you have been looking for side tables, this might be it as they are on sale right now. Check them out before they go out of stock!

upscale your home with side tables

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Don’t be afraid to upscale your home with accent chairs. It is super easy and quite inexpensive if you shop around.

For more Home Decor Inspiration check my post about how to style your nightstand table right here! 3 Key elements to style your Nightstand or End Table

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Paola Medina
Paola Medina

Blogger and E-designer

How to decorate your Christmas Tree

How to decorate your Christmas Tree




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Decorating my king of Christmas Tree

Hello, everyone! A lot of you have asked me to share my best tips to decorate your Christmas tree this season. So it was perfect timing to show you how to decorate your Christmas tree and achieve the Mywellihouse look.

Recently, I partnered up with King of Christmas so I will be talking about my experience with their product.

My only wish is that this is as helpful as I wanted it to be and that all my tips get you inspired and ready to successfully style and decorate your next Christmas Tree.

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King of Christmas Tree

King of Christmas sent me a beautiful 7Ft Prince Flocked Unlit Tree. Their inventory ranges from 6’ to 15’ with a lot of options to chose from. They have all kinds, shapes and sizes. Besides you can pick between Pre-lit or Unlit. And they even carry Pink and Blue trees!

christmas tree decoration step by step
Photo Credit to @alittlestoryphotography Design @mywellihousedecor

The interesting part is, I had never owned one of their trees before nor have I done with flocking. So when I opened the box and saw it, I was very impressed with the quality and the way it was done. It is not as messy as you would think and it looks pretty real as well.

As a King of Christmas partner I can offer all my followers and readers, a 10% Off your entire purchase so head over to www.Kingofchristmas.com to take a look around or see my personal faves including my tree, below.

Use MYWELLIHOUSEDECOR to get 10% off your entire purchase.

Assembling your King Of Christmas

This Christmas tree comes with 3 connecting parts, a tree stand, gloves and a storage tree bag. Each connecting part is labeled with letters A, B and C, which makes the whole assembling process very easy.

To make the decoration process a little bit easier, I lay the Tree skirt before putting all parts together. Also, to achieve a fluffed look I add a bed sheet or blanket under the skirt. (You may skip this part if you are not into fluffy bottoms)

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  • how to decorate your christmastree

To fluff or not to fluff

Oh, that dreaded and tedious task of fluffing a tree that has been put away for 11 months out of the year! But is it worth it? Absolutely! Twinkle lights and the thought of opening presents by the tree just puts me in the Christmas spirit. Even more if that is a beautiful King of Christmas tree!

This is why I loved the tree they sent me! The quality and material of their tree picks are so easy to manage and work with that it made the whole experience much more enjoyable.

I own a 7.5ft Spruce Tree from Martha Stewart Holiday collection and it is gorgeous but a pain to fluff, sadly. Their tips are meant to have that real look so once you bend those, there is not going back to its original shape. Also, the inside tips are so hard to bend that I can’t use them to secure my ribbon.

How to fluff?

A lot of people believe this process takes a lot of effort but that’s not the case here! Begin fluffing from the bottom to the top and from the inside out. The bottom branches split into two at the end so make sure you separate those out, and fluff each tip. After you fluffed the first part, repeat the same process with the other two, until you get to the top of your tree.

Dress code: Ribbon

My favorite part of decorating my Christmas tree is definitely adding some fancy ribbon. There are a lot of styles, prints and sizes you can use to make your tree unique.

Personally, I always recommend not to cut your ribbons so it can be used time and time again. But if you don’t feel capable of using my preferred method, you can pre-cut pieces of 18 inches or so and place in loops around your tree.

For my 7ft tree I used one roll of 4″ x 10 yards but I suggest to get at least 9 feet per foot of tree. So for a 7ft tree you should get about 2 rolls of 10 yards each.

Pro tip for loops around your tree

Begin tying about 3 loops together with floral wire and attach it to the top of the tree. If you want to do a bow-like topper then make around 8 loops of the same size and then tie together before you add to the top.

Working your way down, alternate between big and small loops, bringing your ribbon out towards your body, holding the fabric firm and steady. Bring it back in, making sure it maintains that curved shaped from the wired edges and then secure in with an inside tree pick. By doing this, your ribbon will look like is coming in and out of the tree naturally, just like an Ivy plant would do.

Repeat this in-and-out looping pattern all the way to the bottom of the tree, stepping back every few loops to make sure it’s going the way you want to. Don’t be afraid to go back and undo some loops to get it exactly how you want it.

Ribbon dresses up a tree beautifully however, the wrong type can flop your design. My number 1 tip is to always get wired ribbon, unless your design calls for lose strands like the one shown in the gallery at the end of this article.

Another thing I like to do is using different sizes and fabrics to add texture and elegance. For example, I did a 4″ solid color ribbon with a 2.5″ sheer wired ribbon.

  • koc tree topper
  • koc ribbon detail

Ornaments and tree picks

Ornaments

After you have selected the theme of your Christmas Tree, you can start planning your ornament selections. My rule of tree is: oversized, statement pieces and solid medium to small size ornaments.

Always maximize the amount of ornaments. Opt for the big sets that come with different sizes and colors, like the ones you could find on amazon. Also, stores like the Dollar Tree and Ross Dress for less, have a great selection of glass and shatterproof ornaments at reasonable prices. So shop around and look for diversity! It goes without saying, ornaments can get very expensive and if you are going for a full looking tree, you’d needing lots of them.

One of my tricks is to add clusters of ornaments to my tree. To replicate this, simply take about 10 ornaments of a medium to small size and tie them together with curling ribbon. Hang it on your tree and try to hide the ribbon so no part of it is seen. Unless, you want to show case it.

Tree picks

To achieve a sophisticated and elegant look, I love “garnishing” my tree with long and elaborated floral picks. First, place a few around your tree without a specific order. Then add the rest and make them “kiss” the floor, like a waterfall. Doing so, makes your design look professional and custom.

I decorated my King of Christmas with a total of 6 picks, because a little goes a long way. However, if your tree is bigger than 7 Ft by all means, it will need more than that. In other words, the bigger the tree the more items it will need. Also, if your tree does not sit in a corner it will most likely need to be decorated all around.

Below you can check some fun tree picks inspired in my tree.

Tree Skirt

To complete your Christmas look, a nice tree skirt will upscale your design. Another great alternative in exchange for a tree skirt, is using a throw blanket or fabric tulle. Remember, there is no right or wrong when decorating.

To complete your Christmas look, a nice tree skirt will upscale your design. Another great alternative in exchange for a tree skirt, is using a throw blanket or fabric tulle. Remember, there is no right or wrong when decorating. It’s all about having fun while making cohesive designs.

Christmas Tree Gallery

Even though we are 13 days away from Christmas, you still have time to head over to www.Kingofchristmas.com and take a look around! Use my code MYWELLIHOUSEDECOR to get 10% off your entire purchase. 

Before I go I wanted to leave you with extra inspiration to decorate your Christmas tree so I partnered up with three friends from Instagram, Cindy @emm_interiors, Heldy @lavenderrosehome and Marjan @marjconklin_ to show you different ideas on how to decorate your tree. I strongly encourage you to check their accounts to see their beautiful work. All of our pictures are in this beautiful slideshow, below.

I hope you enjoyed this article on how to decorate your Christmas tree. Feel free to tag me on IG if you posted a picture of your design for a chance to be featured. Thank you!

Paola Medina
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Blogger and E-designer





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Easy Fall Tablescape ideas for your home

Easy Fall Tablescape ideas for your home

Hi everyone, I wanted to show you some easy Fall Tablescape ideas for your home. The key is to always use items you currently own, this way you keep it refreshed and updated. I do this more than I need to because i just love being creative. You can always get a few items here and there that are allusive to the season but considered inexpensive to achieve the desired look.

With that being said, I wanted to make this post easy breezy so what a better way to show you than with a video. Here is a glimpse of how things go down when I work on my home- pretty much all the time!

Believe it or not, I have always wished my dining room table was lighter in color. So to fix the problem I decided to switch my rugs around and used my Outdoor/Indoors White @orianrugs. See how I “shop my home”? Let me tell you -It looks Amazing!! 😍

I took the opportunity to bring my Fall Tablescape ideas to life with this video I put together just for you! I hope you enjoy it and inspires you to do the same at home.

Living Room Fall Tablescape

Kitchen Fall Tablescape ideas

I also decided to put a little Fall vibe in my Kitchen since we spend so much time there as a family. This is perfect for a nice dinner date at home or even to set dinner for friends and family in a special way. Whatever you do, have fun and make it custom for your family needs.

Kitchen Island Tablescape

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Check my latest blog post about Accent Chairs here.

Happy Fall!

Paola Medina
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Blogger and E-designer

Fall Decorating Ideas for your Transitional home

Fall Decorating Ideas for your Transitional home

This Autumn, we decorate the Transitional way

Fall is almost here and the fall decorating ideas for our Transitional home are pouring in! So, I wanted to show you how we do Fall at MYWELLIHOUSE! I already started looking for fall inspired ideas because I’ve been feeling a little festive lately. So, sit tight and relax because I am about to give you my favorite and easiest fall decorating ideas for your Transitional home. Now, let’s get inspired!

I love using neutrals and pops of color because they work like a blank canvas. This is why I’ve chosen to go with pops of burgundy, gold, black and brown. Most of this color palette I already use in my home all year round and the rest are my designated colors for the holiday. This way I can easily transition into every season without breaking the bank. Now let’s start with the basics!

Pumpkins

They are a staple icon for Fall, and we all know that! When we think about Fall, we think about pumpkins and Halloween. But this doesn’t mean you have to style your home with orange and skeletons for it to look like Fall. You can still have fun by using colors that compliment your style and personality.

Luckily, decorative Pumpkins come in a variety of styles and materials. This is why Pumpkins are one of my favorite and easiest ways to give that Fall vibe to my transitional home. So, don’t be afraid to play around with some colors, textures and sizes. For example, right now, the velvety pumpkins are really trending and look super stylish. Also, a lot of handmade fabric covered pumpkins are IN and everyone is loving them. This is definitely a good way to incorporate a Fall staple, that looks original yet stylish.

Fall Inspired Wreaths

What is the first thing you see before coming in your home? Your front door! Your main entrance sets the mood for your home and this is why I believe is so important to make your entrance welcoming. Now don’t panic! a little goes a long way so you don’t have to go above and beyond to make an impact. This is why wreaths are the perfect addition to your doors. They come in different sizes and textures and more than often can easily transition into the seasons! I found a lot of pretty ones that will make any door or window look super pretty. However, if you want to upscale the look of your front door, just add a few floor lanterns, an outdoor bench and a nice rug and your look is complete.

Candles and Candlesticks

Candleholders, Candlesticks and Candles are my go-to, because they give my Transitional home a romantic vibe. They are versatile and can add an elegant and sweet touch to any space. When it comes to candlesticks, anything with a vintage look wins my heart. On the other hand, Candle jars are also a great way to add visual elegance to your spaces. My favorite scent is Anthropologie’s Volcano Capri blue; they come in beautiful and colorful glass jars!

By the way, if you are interested in Romantic Transitional design, check Sara Lynn Brennan’s collaboration with Luann Nigara. Super informative for designers out there.

WICKER AND SEAGRASS BASKETS

How to use baskets this fall

Second to anything-pumpkin, a good seagrass or wicker basket screams Fall decorating and Throw Blankets, more than anything. In other words, these baskets are the perfect addition to any style during this season. You can hide toys, books, shoes, blankets, pillows and really, just about anything. And because they can even style a bench very nicely when placed underneath it, Baskets are definitely a must have item. No wonder why I consider them one of my staple elements when decorating my Transitional home. See my favorite baskets right here!

HOME ACCENTS DECOR

Ok, so we have covered and talked about the fall items that will make the most impact. However, if you feel like you still have some empty spaces you can opt for using little accent pieces. These are often inexpensive and can be used all year round. I always implement modern accents in my decor along with organic elements to achieve that perfect transitional look.

And that’s a wrap! I hope you love all of my decorating ideas for this fall and had as much fun as I did! Remember, first pick your colors out to make sure they all go well together. Then pick your must have items for your space. And last but not least, fill out empty spaces with inexpensive fall inspired accents. And because you have made it this far, here is a little sneak peek of my Fall Tablescape with a very Transitional flare. Thanks for reading!

Fall tablescape transitional style
Transitional style Fall Tablescape

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3 Key elements to style your Nightstand or End Table

3 Key elements to style your Nightstand or End Table

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I have been asked by several friends and followers to give ideas on how to style a nightstand or end table, so I figured it was best to explain it here by giving some examples on how to do this. Usually, styling a certain space can be overwhelming for some and more than often, that space still needs something to feel complete. If this is your case, then continue reading because I am about to tell you the key elements I use and go by, when styling my nightstands or end tables. Follow these simple steps and you will be on your way to have a magazine worthy end table.

My Bedroom nightstand.

1. Table Lamps or Wall Sconces

Lamps are one of the must items when decorating. Because they come in a variety of sizes, shapes and styles, they elevate the look of just about any space. Bringing light to your spaces is an incredible and super easy way to dress up your spaces. If the size of your table permits get a lamp tall enough to add volume to your space. I recommend a minimum of 24”. 

I have added some of my favorite lamps that will make a statement on your nightstand. Don’t be afraid in selecting something that catches your eye. This is probably the easiest way to add volume and character to your space.

2. Books or Decorative Boxes

You don’t have to be a bookworm to have a good selection of old books collecting dust at home. If this is the case, then I encourage you to make the best use out of them. Try to use the books with hardcovers vs the one with soft cover as the thickness of the hardcover adds elegance and depth to it.

For a Vintage look, you may remove the hard cover and try to give it a distress look. To top it off, you can tie brown twine thread with a little bow and a little accent leaf. If doing this is too harsh and you rather not alter the integrity of your books, you can simply turn the books so the spine of the book is facing the wall and once stacked, the whole look is more cohesive and looks nice to the eye.

Old Books that were distressed. I tied twine and added a leaf of Natural dried Eucalyptus.

If you are not so much into the DIY thing, then I am suggesting some books and boxes that I know will work just as fine. See them here below.

If you want a more clean look, i would paint over the hard covers with some old white paint or acrylic. You might need a couple of coats to achieve the desired look.

You can even use fun gift wraps or fabric and wrap the books with it to achieve the look you are looking for. You can be as creative as you want!.

But if you want a very Modern and glam look and you are willing to invest in some nice home styling books, then you can add some interior designing edition books that will upscale the look of your table. I have listed some of my all time favorite.

3. Accent Pieces

Greenery and Flowers. There is just something about it that adds life to any space!. When looking to add warmth, a nice vase with artificial or natural flowers will be the perfect addition to your table. I opt for the vases with big natural looking roses as it gives a romantic vibe to the room. 

Accessories. There are tons of options when it comes to this and they are all often inexpensive. Depending on the mood you want to go for, pick items that will complement your look. Good items are small clocks, accent pieces, wood frames with messages, candle jars etc.

Mirror or Artwork as a background. If you have the ability to add a mirror I would 100% go for it. I have windows and curtains, right on the back of my nightstands but the look of adding a nice accent mirror to yours, might be just what you need. To add character to your room and bring it upscale, a nice rectangular mirror would be the perfect match. Don’t be afraid to make it BOLD.

And you are set! I am almost certain that if you follow these steps you will be successful at styling just about any table at home!. Don’t forget to follow me on my social media channels so I can serve of inspiration with my home projects and styling tips.

If you liked it, feel free to leave a comment as I would love to hear what you thought about this!. Until next time





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How to design the perfect Baby Nursery

How to design the perfect Baby Nursery

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Five simple steps to design the perfect Baby Nursery

When we found out we were having a baby girl I got really excited! After having 2 boys, a girl was my dream come true. This time around I could design the baby girl nursery I have always wanted! Here you will find my 5 steps to design the perfect baby nursery. Don’t you worry, most of it you can do yourself if you are into DIY or you can simply transform an existent room into your baby’s nursery. Your new princess or prince charming’s castle can be achieved with a few minor changes.

I may or may not have gone a little overboard with this Reno-project but don’t blame this Mamma. In a household full of boys, having a girl was beyond belief and my imagination and creativity went out for a stroll. Ha!

TIP #1. FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU WANT AND WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD

With Social Media out there, Pinterest boards and all the magazine perfect pictures on Instagram, your wishing list might be a little to high to reach. That’s OK! A little inspiration never hurt anybody! You can still create something really pretty and dreamy without trying too hard. For us, a few things led to the major Reno we embarked in but for you, it could be a little different and might not need too much investment. So assess, plan and execute!.


TIP #2. PAINT YOUR WALLS

One of the easiest things to do on your own without hiring a professional, is to paint your walls. It will give your room a fresh appearance and will make everything look well put together and cohesive. If you have a particular small room and big furniture, go with neutral colors. This way anything you pick for your nursery will be complemented by the color of your walls.

Floating shelves
Paint color is BEHR Rose Pearl N170-2. Floating shelves add a focal point in baby’s room.

Example of some neutrals good to work with are Polar Bear, Silky White, Bit Of Sugar and Blanca Peak by Behr Paint.

Baby's nursery

TIP #3. ADD AN ACCENT WALL

This is where I spent the most on and what really makes the room stand out the way it does. So, have fun with this! Assess your budget and see if you can do something like this because the wow factor is beyond discussion. However if you are unable too, then you can make a wall an accent wall by painting it with a different color. This will add enough character to your room. I decided to go with a Peonies wallpaper I fell in love with since day 1!.

For Baby V’s nursery I went with the Peonie Isla Walpaper from Loomwell Homegoods. You may check their website to find more Wallpaper inspiration.

Pro Tip- The best advice I can give you here is to go with real wallpaper, like the ones made out of fabric threads. Vinyls, in my opinion are not worth your time and work. I did it and wasted my money. I was upset and sad, to say the least.

TIP #4. ADD THE MUST-ITEMS FOR YOUR BABY NURSERY

I always recommend to think about what is really needed before gathering all of your baby essentials and furniture. I say this because, you do not need to have a room full of bulky furniture for it to be functional. And certainly you don’t need to break the bank either.

The one thing that you definitely need and will most likely grow with your baby is a dresser. Make sure is one with plenty of storage. I like those with a wide top so you can mount or place a changing table or pad over it. Also a crib, a rocking chair or recliner and some shelving for either books or your baby essentials are some of the items worth getting. Don’t forget the diaper pail and a laundry basket.

Everything else is nice to have but not a must. So if you want to stay within your budget be smart when spending it. Trust me, I have 3 kids and most of my items I saved so I could use later on for them.

As I Always say, think about functionality when buying furniture. Does it serve a purpose? If so, then it is worth getting.

Safavieh Chandelier
Photo by @alittlestoryphotography. Safavieh Chandelier
Gold Accent Mirror
Photo by @alittlestoryphotography. Gold Accent Mirror
Photo by @alittlestoryphotography. Pottery Barn black out curtains.
Photo by @alittlestoryphotography. Pottery Barn black out curtains.

TIP #5. CREATE A MOOD BOARD

Mood boards are my favorite thing to do before updating any given space because they help me visualize my designs. In order for me to be successful at designing any room, I have to go through this process.

First gather all of the items you wish to have or get and place them in a picture Collage. This way you can easily swap any item and still be assured that you are keeping the room’s theme on point. Always remember to look for harmony and cohesiveness in your space.

Lastly, If you follow this guidance you could have the perfect Nursery for your baby. It could look exactly like you have always dreamed of. But if you are still struggling and can’t seem to figure it out, go to My Contact tab and leave me a message and I will be more than happy to help.

One more thing before I let you go, if you think someone might like this or make use of it feel free to share, pin, or save.

I hope you find this article helpful as it is what I did to have the perfect nursery for our baby! And don’t forget to check my Home Decor tips.





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Paola Medina

Blogger and E-designer

Living Room Project- From dull to woah!

Living Room Project- From dull to woah!

When we were house hunting, nothing was “move in ready”. Meaning nothing was up to my taste, or just really needed a lot of work. If you are like me or many other home buyers in today’s market, you want something that is READY! Ready for you to add your special touch and live happily ever after. No need to panic!. Any house could have a lot of potential but you might not be able to see it. Let me walk you through our experience so you can have some insight when house hunting.

YOU want move in Ready? Reality is, that comes with a very high price tag. But what is really “Move in Ready”? It depends on the person’s perspective. Technically speaking, it refers to a house or property that is ready for immediate occupancy, which usually includes operable plumbing, electricity, locking doors and windows, and passing certain required pest inspections; the basic stuff. Now, for US trying to buy our forever home, we want the right floors, the right paint colors, the perfect kitchen, updated bathrooms, you name it- WE WANT IT!. I am here to tell you that as long as that home is on the perfect location, has good bones and of course, good price tag, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Before picture of our Living Room
View to the Main Front Door

My #1 advise when house hunting, is overlook. You can still find a good property that works for you, keeping in mind that cosmetic details can be tackle down the road, just make sure your house has good bones and is technically move in ready. In this particular room space we removed popcorn ceiling, added new floors, new crown molding, removed outdated light fixtures, painted the walls and added recessed lighting. As you can see, it looks like a total different space and these changes were accounted for when we made our offer. 

Everything else, is just decor and style and time for you to have fun!. Think about your color palette and do not deviate too much from it so your space looks cohesive and balanced. Find below my 5 top tips to style your space. 

1. Pick your style and stick with it. Do you like Rustic, Modern or Transitional?. A little bit of everything? Find your style, what defines you, find your inspiration and start creating. Create your own inspiration board and start adding things you might like so later on you can redefine what must stay and what has to go. 

2. Pick your color palette for your main big items. This is a tough one for me or at least it used to be. I realized that dark colors mess with my mood. I had this stage when I wanted a lot of things in dark navy blue but came to realize light colors bring me the peace and tranquility I am looking for in my home. So make sure the colors you pick talk to you and represent your vision. Stick to 2-3 and work around those. Neutral colors are the best since you can mix and match with anything. 

3. Assess your area and figure out your must items. For instance, big couch, coffee table, area rug and entry way table. Sometimes less is more and your space will look clean and less cluttered. Also, it makes it easier when you want to re decor your space without breaking the bank. 

4. Home decor items. This is where you can have all the fun. These often times are inexpensive, can be repurposed for other areas of your home, and can be rearranged to suit your decorating mood. Go for statement pieces in different sizes. Books, candles, flowers and vases are some of the items that have ton of usage in all decorating styles. I find myself changing things around the house almost every day so it looks like new, as if I had just bought new decor. HA! Got ya!.

5. Last but not least, have fun!. This is your space and it represents who you are. Remember our home is our fort and when we get to it, we want to feel at ease.

Have a question? Leave a comment and I will be happy to answer it. Hope you enjoy this article.





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