I still can't believe it's already 2014. Time sure does fly bye. One of the things that I am so excited about is being able to decorate my own home one day. I have so many ideas I can't even contain them! Today I am sharing with you guys some new resolutions you can vow to do with your home, or even inspire changes you never thought about making. No matter the case put a little spice in your home and if it's already spicy, add just a little bit more!
I am in love with this chic-but-small apartment. Wanna shake up your living room for 2014?
Add a pop of color using pillows and use printable art from the web and put them in affordable photo frames to make wall art!
(Via At Home In Love)
Be daring and pair two mismatched couches together. It can definitely add a vintage-chic vibe and be a sure conversation piece.
Have New Year's Resolutions? Paint a wall with chalkboard paint to keep them in view and remind you to stick with them!
Looking for a new place to dwell this new year? Don't fret if the place is small, they are some of the best designed places and are super chic, affordable, and very inviting.
Although it's not Christmas anymore, still keep the lights out (or on per say)! Add a touch of elegance by draping white Christmas lights around mirror or even a bed frame.
Don't want to brighten up a room by painting the walls, paint a bed frame/post. It not only adds a pop of color but also becomes a focal point for the room. Also click on the link and look at this home, it's to live for!
Be bold and get monochromatic with colors. Also add a pop of artistic charm by using wallpaper instead of paint.
Use an old fireplace to store things like books or memories. It not only looks cool but deletes clutter elsewhere.
This year set a goal on how many books you will read. Create a library and see where you are at the end of the year. It will probably be hard to make it to this many but baby steps!
In anything you do, let your home reflect you!
"Decorate your home. It gives the illusion that your life is more interesting than it really is."