Make Your Home Your Haven
Is it time to refresh your living space? There is no place like home. Home to many of us is more then just a place we live. It represents a sanctuary, a peaceful spot, and a place where our heart lives. As they say home is where the heart is, and making your home unique to you, is important.
Many women where their heart on there sleeve, but also in their home. It becomes a location, a destination for gatherings. Women want their homes to be uncluttered, inviting and cozy.
Our home creates a personal space with many facets of layers and character; it is a family retreat and a safe heaven. If you are looking for an upgrade to you living space there are simple things you can do immediately to give your home that instant glow. Thanks to a little help from our design-savvy friends we gathered up the biggest trends to help you makeover your home. There are certain tips you can use to create a perfect home.
Tip 1: Add Citrus
Ever since Pantone announced Tangerine Tango the color of the year citrus brights are popping up everywhere. Curtin’s, placemats, carpets and couches all have a bright splash of color. If you space is looking a little dull, consider using the expert’s advice and splashing in some citrus or tangerine tango. Your space will go from blah to instant ahhh.
Tip 2: Stay Calm Cool & Collected
“Use collected items from your travel and life experience,” says Brittainy Tiffany of Tiffany Home Furnishings, decorating your home with items you collect in your life is a perfect way to make your space more inviting. The trinkets represent moments more then things. When you collect moments your life becomes enriching and fulfilling.
Tip 3: Eliminate Clutter
Clutter jams your frequencies and makes it impossible to enjoy your space. Clutter can creep in to your space in many forms, such as junk mail, toys, old cloths, dust, dirty laundry and the list goes on. Unclutter your space and prepare for a stress free-living environment.
Tip 4: Lighten Up
Brittainy Tiffany suggests using light color furniture in dark spaces or having natural light reflect into your home. The more open and airy your space is the more energy can flow throughout. If you have window close to your desk, bed or couch, open them up for fresh air and let natural light in to your space. For more home expert home decorating tips visit Tiffany Home Furnishings, furniture store Portland, Oregon.
~ Written by Shannon Kaiser