With the changing of the seasons and the cooler
weather, many of those home improvement and DIY projects you might have put off
during the summer might start looking appealing again.
Whether you’re wanting to embrace hygge and be cosy and comfy in autumn or have a list of things that need mending and fixing, we have a few at-home projects to inspire you over the next few months.
Give something a spritz
There are few things as simple as updating some older home accessories with a can of spray paint. One idea would be to mask off a hallway mirror and freshen up the frame. Rose gold is still very popular, as are Scandi and art deco interior design tropes.
Be a mover and shaker
Easily the most cost-effective way of giving your home a new look is to simply move the furniture around. You can dramatically change the focal point and the feel of a room by rearguing the furniture. If you’re unable to make big moves, then why not try swapping out some cushions or soft furnishings, it will make more of a change than you imagine.
Use it or lose it
Minimalism might not be for everyone, but having a good clear out and decluttering is good for the soul. With the changing of the seasons, it’s a good time to reassess the items on display that have been around all year, and if you’re not keen on it, then sell it, donate it, or dispose of anything you can’t salvage.
Your house will be refreshed, cleaner and just more elegant, too, and if you enjoy decorating according to the time of year, you’ll have a delightfully blank canvas to start with.
Most of all, don’t wish away your autumn waiting for next spring and summer, as these are the best times to give your home some TLC.
If you’re looking for some Dreamweavers cushions or rugs to refresh your interiors, visit our store today!