Lately, looking at the dark finishes in my home it makes me feel gloomy. You see every little handprint and speck of dust. I'm eager to create a bright cozy feel to my new home and with it being February what better time to add some romantic feels. Slowly, I've incorporated some light grey tones by adding a new dining table, accent rugs, and dining chairs. Now, for the fun part adding in some color. I've always gravitated towards colors like blush and rose gold maybe because it makes a statement, has a romantic feel and goes with everything. It could also be inspiration from my grandmother's vintage furniture with floral blooms in shades of wine, golds and blush tones.
Create an inviting space by adding splashes of color that compliment each other . Find inexpensive tabletop accessories like a vase to add some fresh blooms. Soft and fuzzy is my jam so when I came across this faux fur throw blanket I knew it would go perfectly on my chocolatey brown sectional no one would want to get up. Deep down inside I've been dying to purchase glass furniture. To be honest, I definitely would not spend the money some retailers are asking. I found a few budget friendly side tables which made me one happy girl. You'll notice these picks are spread throughout the home so I could capture a little of the color theme in each room. I have this huge sectional in my family room almost in a spice color and incorporating this area rug will work perfecting to tie it all in. For the bedroom I'm loving this Eggshaped Swing Chair. I can use it as an area to relax and read (ha, don't really do that now but this chair may help). My room is pretty cluttered with earrings, jewels and nick-nacks on the dresser and I really need to clean it up. This 2-piece wooden decorative box set is perfect for hiding it all and more reason to buy some new accessories! I've been blessed with a nice size yard (and all the yard work, yay!) and I'm so excited to create a space where family and friends can come over to relax and sip on a glass of wine and have a lovely conversation. A day bed in the backyard would add charm and romance.
We just moved into our new home in October and I'm slowly adding these stylish romantic additions. In the Spring I can add in colors like teals to the mix. In the Summer bright pinks, corals or even a splash of blues. In the Fall I might do some creams and wine tones and in the Winter golds and rose golds for the win.
You don't have to do it all over night and rush to make a change in your current home decor. Pick a color that you love and love seeing everyday. Find statement pieces big and small in each room. Keep in mind as the seasons change will it go with other colors ? You don't want to change up your entire decor again.
What's the color theme of your home? Are you happy with the look and feel ?
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