Spice up your decor this summer! Inhabitr’s May Newsletter has tips for making your house unique and welcoming.
Change a few things about your decor to celebrate the summer spirit. Be it because people are likely to visit your space during the vacation season or because a sunny environment charges your creativity, sprucing up your space is a great idea.
Now, buying new furniture every time you wish to remodel your home doesn’t seem economical. Thus, we suggest you rent furniture, and what’s a better option than a company that won the Best Rental Furniture company award in 2021 as well as in 2022!
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Let’s get straight into the tips we have in store for you:
- Simple Ways of giving your Living Room a Unique Look
With these living room design ideas, we help you get that perfect unique space in your home:
- Decorative Moulding
Decorative molding is one of the cheapest ways to give your room a high-end look without spending big bucks. And with a little time and DIY know-how, you can do it yourself on a weekend.
- Display an Antique
Large-scale accessories like lamps, mirrors, and pieces of furniture are great, but small accessories can also do the trick. Antique boxes, sculptural wall sconces, or even antique picture frames can give your room a certain uniqueness that makes it look like you spent more than you really did.
- Add Metallic Items
A few metallic surfaces help add a luxe look to any room; however, it’s important not to overdo it. A gold leaf mirror, a brass table, and a few pieces of vintage silver—are all things that can help you make your room look more expensive. It’s okay to think small. You only need a little to get a lot.
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With vacation beginning, you want to give your guests a warm welcome which is exactly what our newsletter helps you achieve:
- Entryway Design Ideas for a Welcoming Home
- Keep Your Entryway Design Simple and Stylish
We love a bench for an easy place to put on and take off shoes. And a mirror is key for last-minute outfit checks and can help make smaller entryway designs feel more spacious!
- Create a Jaw-Dropping Focal Point
Entryways might be small, but they don’t have to be an afterthought. With the right interior design attention, your entryway can rival any other room in the house. And, considering this room gets so much traffic, it probably should.
Bonus points if you have space for a statement chandelier! Then, tuck in a few baskets for a stylish pop of storage. These are especially great for kid-friendly entryways where all the clutter can be hard to contain.
- Upgrade Your Welcome Mat
One simple, stylish swap we’d recommend is right at your feet. Upgrade your (indoor) welcome mat with an antique rug that sets a classic, worldly tone. The rug’s well-worn appeal will also keep the first few footsteps in the home from feeling too precious.
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