Color & fabrics Cushions, pillows Throw rugs Tapestries Table runners. Candles & Candle holders Scents Crystals Vases Baskets. Framed prints & signs Wall Accents Mirrors Wall shelving. Tables Lamps Collectibles & figurines Clocks & photo frames. Organizing & Storage.
You should be able to take an item – one of your lamps or rugs, for example - & move it into any room in your home & have it easily blend in. If you’re not sure where to start – Keep it simple – Start small if it overwhelms you –
DIY Busting out walls in This 1950’s Rambler to create an open floor plan. We show you how to locate load bearing walls, and safely remove them to update a …
Make a list of the things you love – if you stick to this list, & you’ve developed a taste for your own style, you can’t go wrong. You can refer to & make that list or review & expand that list further – (go here/text link) -
Don’t feel you have to follow perfect symmetry all of the time – a huge bookcase along an entire wall doesn’t have to mean books all upright in a row like little soldiers, or like a traditional bookshop, library or dad’s study or den.