Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style


It’s easy to get lured into design fads and find yourself soon tired of looking at the same trendy pieces around your home. Decorating your home can be an expensive venture, but redecorating it can be even more challenging. In an effort to keep costs down and have a home that you love for many years to come, we’ve put together a list of ways to decorate that will always be on-trend. Take a look below.

Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style

1. Wood Floors: There’s a reason it’s the most popular choice for flooring- it’s durable, beautiful, warm, and will always be a classic.

 

Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style

2. Art You Love: Some say that you should never buy a piece of art unless you feel you can’t live without it. While this doesn’t apply to art that is priced on the lower-end, it does hold true for investment pieces. Find something you just can’t imagine your home without and you’ll find happiness every time you see it.

 

Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style

3. Books: Weather their leather-bound or weathered favorites, books will always display well and add an air of sophistication to any space.

 

Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style

4. White Paint: Is there anything like a simple, sleek coat of white paint? No matter how your other decor changes, a white wall is always the perfect backdrop.

 

Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style

5. Multi-Functional Pieces: Just about any item that can preform double duty will stay with you for a long time. For example, instead of buying an entertainment unit, think about investing in a piece that could be useful somewhere else in the house. The size and style of TVs, computers, sound systems, etc. will always change, so don’t pigeon hole yourself when buying furniture to accommodate technology.

 

Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style

6. Crown Molding: Crown molding is the classic finishing touch to any room. It’s stylish and dresses up your walls in an understated way. Once you’ve got it, it’s hard to imagine a room without it.

 

Timeless Decor that Never Goes Out of Style

7. Interchangeable small items: Think seasonal throw pillows, vases, and little items of interest that can be exchanged with one another, breathing fresh life into your rooms throughout the year.

 

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Small Space Solutions


Small houses are charming, cozy, and ideal for all types of homeowners, but the one catch is that they are just that, small. Smaller homes can work for anyone, though, if you just know how to capitalize on the space that they do have. Here are a few solutions to help make any small home have all the space you need.

 

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Small Space Solutions

Double Duty: Find furniture that is beautiful and functional, like this ottoman that serves as seating and opens up to keep clutter out of sight.

 

Built-ins: Built-ins are the ultimate in small house storage. The unit above can act simultaneously as an entertainment unit and storage for toys, blankets, and seasonal decor. Plus, built-ins don’t protrude into a room so they give the illusion of more space.

 

Open Windows: Keeping your windows bare or dressing them with sheer linens is the best way to assure that the most light enters your space. Light naturally makes rooms feel bigger, and a view to the outdoors does the exact same. Heavy curtains halt they eye and can make spaces feel more cramped.

 

Small Space Solutions

Mirrors: Mirrors are the easiest and most beautiful trick when it comes to small spaces. They bounce light around rooms and their reflection effectively  doubles the visual space.

 

Glass Shelving: Anything glass or clear is a immediate capitalization on space. Simply allowing the eye to see through things gives the illusion of more space.

 

Small Space Solutions

Dedicated space: In this kitchen, a wonderful home office is carved out of a niche that may once have been a shallow pantry. It’s important to know what kind of rooms will be most utilized when making decisions like this in your home. This home office, with open upper cabinets and closed lower cabinets to hide clutter, is perfectly nestled in this kitchen.

 

Small Space Solutions

Keep It Horizontal: Horizontal striped rugs and walls with horizontal paint or details work to visually widen a narrow space.

 

Open furniture: Consider furniture that has an open construction. This allows the eye to travel through it instead of taking up visual space.

 

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