5 Simple Ways to Instantly Beautify Your Living Spaces

Your home is your sanctuary. No matter your style or your budget, your home space is a reflection of you. If you’re feeling in need of a little internal revamp, we suggest you begin with your home! These easy, effective and budget-friendly decor tips will leave your home feeling rejuvenated, uplifted and looking oh-so-pretty.

Go Floral!
There is simply no replacement for having fresh flowers in your home. Being within arm’s reach of a vase of blooms will leave you feeling instantaneously joyful. See what’s in season and what will give off a lovely and lingering scent. Be creative with your choice of vase! Use a tea pot, an old glass bottle, a vintage silver jug or opt for smaller arrangements in low bowls scattered around your living room, bedroom and bathroom.

Book Nook
Displayed home book collections are just one of our very favorite things. There is something about a home filled with books that effortlessly makes a space feel used and loved. Instead of arranging your books by author or title, arrange them by color! The rainbow effect will give your shelves a gorgeous new look and feel.

Texture is Key
If you’re looking to add nuance to your living room, one of the very best ways to refreshen the space is by adding elements of texture. Think about adding a chunky knit throw to the end of your couch. Experiment with a large shaggy rug. Get creative with a mix of throw pillows in different fabrics. Don’t be afraid to mix different tactile textures like faux fur, velvet, cotton and linen!

A Lick of Paint
Neutral-colored walls are no longer your only option! A fresh lick of paint in an unexpected color has the capacity to completely transform a room. Painting one feature wall a bright and bold shade can add depth and interest to a space. We suggest the wall behind the bed of a master bedroom or the central wall in a living room!

Home Gallery
Utilize your wall space. Create a home gallery by mixing and matching mirrors, thrift store prints, framed photographs and paintings. Don’t be afraid to really fill your walls, the collective effect will be truly lovely. Remember, this is a home not a museum, your arrangement does not have to be perfectly curated or aligned. Toy with varied sizes, shapes and colors.