That yellow ikat rug you brought from Bali, those dhokra dancers a dear friend gifted to you, your mom’s set of silver frames or that planter you just bought on a whim…these are the things that make your home look like a 3D version of you. And its elements change just as you do…a new set of cushion covers, another end table, some new art that you absolutely love….change is, after all, the only constant in life!
So what do you want to change in your home this season?
Want to add a splash of (new) color with rugs like this hemp beauty in an earthy red?
Or go in the opposite direction with a neutral tone that blends in harmoniously with your existing decor?
Add a wall shelf mirror in binary tones to give one corner a minimalist look?
Or a distressed wood shelf that brings in a little vintage charm to your study?
Or some bold-hued pieces inspired by timeless ikat motifs?
Refreshing your home’s living spaces doesn’t have to be a whole ‘project’ because, seriously, who’s got the time! Instead try making small changes that keep adding new layers to your décor scheme without eating up into your schedule. Here are some ideas you could try:
Turn one section of your living room’s brightest corner into a mini-art gallery with a lovely mish mash of art work that gives the area an eclectic look.
A polychromatic Madhubani or a vibrant Gond painting mixed with some whimsical pop art would give the area a spontaneous feel?
Accentuate the space with brass artifacts that take you back to a long time ago.
Or a vintage inspired carved mirror?
Add some botanical prints in an outdoor space like a terrace for an atmospheric vibe.
Or go all craft-y with a series of vibrant textile art pieces and some fun planters?
Infuse a new note of elegance into your kitchen with a set of flourishing floral dinner plates for that special dinner you’ve planned with your colleagues
Whether you want to make one little change at a time or go all out and hit total refresh, it takes just a little planning and visualizing to achieving a brand new home in very little time.