January is always a hard transition for your home décor. Its time to put away all of the holiday festivity, but it also really doesn’t feel like spring. I like to use this transition time to reduce clutter and brighten everything up a little bit.
It feels so good just to empty out your rooms and put away all of that holiday décor. I sort of like starting with a really blank slate in each room, and then deciding where to go from there. Since I’m trying to be smart about spending this year, I really tried to work with pieces that I already had, and just styled them in new combinations.
Sometimes your house needs a little something new. But we don’t all have the time and money to do a room makeover whenever we feel like it! So how do you refresh a space without a huge overhaul? Here are 6 quick and inexpensive ways to update your home:
Pinterest is full of amazing home inspo, but it can also be full of style “rules” that people think they have to follow in their own space. The truth is, each space is unique and there is not set of rules that applies to everyone’s space or personal style.
Keep reading to see some of the biggest myths debunked, and what you should really think of when decorating your space.
My favorite season is just around the corner. I am so ready to say hello to chilly weather, football games, and pumpkin flavored everything! It’s so fun to switch out decor this time of year to make your home feel more cozy. I’m not super into the over-the-top rustic and harvest look since it doesn’t really fit my space, but I’ve pulled together some of my favorite fall inspo that keeps it clean and modern.
To help you decorate, I’ve also created 3 adorable free fall printables for you! You can download your favorite at the end of this post!
My favorite room in my house is my living room. It gets the prettiest morning sunlight from the east that spills across the room. It’s also one of the rooms in my house with the biggest transformation after we installed the vintage hardwood floors.
Making over a bedroom can seem like an intimidating task. Bedding is expensive and it’s hard to change one piece without it feeling out of place. I love to keep a minimal bedroom style that is grounded in white. This way it’s easy to switch out new decor or a new toss pillow without having to overhaul the whole room. Here are some of my favorite simple bedroom styles to inspire you!