Seeing that most of us are spending an inordinate amount of time at home these days, why not utilize a moment or two to refresh the places and spaces in your decorating repertoire with little updates for a big impact.
Rearranging furniture instantly gives the room a refreshed update.
Floating a sofa and/or accent chair(s) away from the wall opens up the room, creating the impression of a larger space.
Enlist the help of your fellow able bodied stay-at-home quarantiners to get the job done and give the room an updated look.
Styling a coffee table with a sense of individual style is an easy decorating refresh to undertake.
Treasured keepsakes, fresh flowers or plant, a short stack of great reads and coffee table books, a vintage decorative box to house remotes, and a framed picture of a favorite something, somewhere or someone become coffee table conversation pieces.
Art travels well from one room to another.
Kerry Spears Interiors
Switching art pieces and wall decor from one wall to another or countertop, shelf, accent table or mantel is a visual game changer.
A borrowed piece or pieces from another room falls into the category of take away from and add to.
It’s amazing how often this decorating trick works to the betterment of a space.
Julia Reed – One Kings Lane
Play a game of decorating I spy, the edit from within your home version.
That accent chest in the den or spot accent chair bedside table.
Bring a lamp from another room to the mix.
While you do your part to be stay-at-home safe, why not consider a style-at-home little updates for a big impact project.