Last Updated on June 24, 2020 by Corinne Schmitt
The summer months are rolling in. It’s a time to celebrate one of the most beautiful seasons of the year and enjoy life to the fullest. As you look at your home, you feel as if it has gone stale. It’s time to spice things up a bit and give your living space a facelift. With a bit of imagination and a few, simple changes, you can do wonders to bring about a transformation. You won’t even need to break the bank!
A New Coat of Paint Can Do the Trick
There is nothing like a fresh coat of paint to spruce up your home and light up a room. You can opt for bold colors that create a contrast with your décor, let neutral colors create a seamless blend, or choose light colors that really brighten your home. Be sure to check out the clearance section at the home improvement store. Customers often change their mind about a particular paint or there may be an error. You could walk away with an incredible deal and choose a color that really sparks your creativity.
Give Your Bedroom a Little TLC
We often neglect the bedroom, treating it as a practical space that doesn’t need any frills. Designer bedding, throw pillows, and new wall hangings can make the room that you sleep in much more interesting. Create a haven and you won’t ever want to leave.
Update the Bathroom
Bring in a new shower head, transform your bathroom to a sauna with a steam kit, add whirlpool jets to the tub, and change your light fixtures. You can pamper yourself and feel like you’ve brought the resort home with you. Your bathroom can become a place to escape the rest of the world.
Get Rid of the Clutter and Rearrange
It may only take shifting your furniture around to jazz up your living space. Before you tackle the move, clear out anything you don’t need. Get organized and make clutter a thing of the pass. It’s truly liberating to open up your rooms and have breathing space. You’ll find it’s easier to keep your home clean and you won’t feel crowded by your belongings. Limit keepsakes that are on tables and counters. Put up shelves to give yourself more options. When you’re done, you will feel like you’ve earned five stars in interior decorating.