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Summer is a great time to pause, reflect and take the time to tackle some projects for you. It's a wonderful time to daydream a little about your home. If you're like me, just moving a chair or repositioning the television can change your space and your mood! Here are a few decor ideas to refresh your space, and some are very budget friendly.
Mirrors. Just adding a mirror can really add dimension and light to a space that may have been lacking. A large mirror can make a space feel much larger. We have one of the best selection of upscale, designer mirrors that you can find! These are all carefully inspected before they ship to make sure there are no blemishes on the mirror. Two trends I've noticed are acrylic mirrors and iron mirrors. Two of our favories are the Brownstone Acrlyic Mirror and the Morroco Iron Arch Mirror.
Curtains. In our home, we recently added white panel curtains to my son's room, and I was amazed on how it made the room just look pulled together. You don't have to spend a lot on curtains to achieve a really elegant, put together look. Pottery Barn has a great selection of curtains and drapes with many colors and materials to fit your home. A tip to save money, buy the rod at your local hardware store.
Statement tile. This is a trend I've been seeing all year and loving. I've been seeing beautiful patterned tile in the bathroom or kitchen. Check out this beautiful home which has black and white bathroom floor tile. The statement can be more subtle too, such as this beautiful bathroom with floor to ceiling marble tile.
Something Modern in a traditional home. Sometimes the best way to shake things up in your home if it leans traditional is to add a very modern piece of furniture or lighting. We have just added a great new selection of modern lights. One of the most popular pieces is the Burst Chandelier.
Gallery Wall. A wonderful way to add character to your room and show off your art collection or photos is a gallery wall. A great way to create a gallery wall is to buy a lot of frames of similar sizes (they don't have to all be the same), but with the same frame and matting to create a uniform look. These can be purchased at your local crafts store. Or if you have a large collection of art, working to put together a symbiotic wall of your favorite pieces can be very rewarding!
posted on 6/8/2018