Your home is a reflection of your personality. Every decision you make for furniture, wall color and décor lets visitors know about what you like. Sometimes those décor choices can surprise you. There are choices to make that you might have never considered before. The best thing about decorating is that it is never “set in stone.” You can move, add, take away and create different decorating ideas all the time. Here are some to put into action today:
Trays are a great way to organize items and make things seem less cluttered. A small silver tray is great for storing bathroom items on a vanity. A wooden tray in the living room works for remotes. A wicker tray on the bedroom dresser can hold a cluster of candles. Best of all, you can find all kinds of inexpensive trays at thrift stores and yard sales. You can’t have enough trays.
You don’t have to use everything you find for its intended purpose. A vintage champagne bucket makes a great planter. It can also be used to hold wooden utensils in the kitchen. When it comes to decorating, think outside of the box or the bucket!
Spend Time On Craigslist
You never know what’s on Craigslist unless you look. You might find an antique steamer trunk that would make an awesome table under a window. You can also find some older pieces of furniture and repaint them to make them your own. Although a lot of folks who post on Craigslist are looking to sell (on the cheap), some are just happy if you can pick up the thing and take it away. There are bargains out there.
All the hard work and attention to detail that you put into decorating your home might not matter if you hold onto clutter. Yes, toss out the junk mail and pick up the stray magazines but don’t stop there. Get all those things that are taking up space or creating eyesores removed once and for all. That is easily taken care of with a call to Junk King Atlanta. In no time at all, the team from Junk King can clear out your home of all kinds of unwanted stuff. Every decorating project should start with junk clearing session with Junk King Atlanta.