If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably an interior design lover, like I am. Assuming you are an interior design lover, you also probably like to change up your home as frequently as I do. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve looked at a piece of furniture a year or two after purchase and wanted to swap it out for something new.
Aside from totally frustrating my husband by wanting to change an item I sold him on purchasing a couple of years prior, buying new furniture every couple of years is just completely cost prohibitive for most of us. A much more economical solution to refreshing your room is to use accents. Not only can accents really change the look and feel of a room, but you won’t feel as guilty updating them after a couple of years as they’re a fraction of the cost of furniture.
Here are the four types of accents I find most transformative in refreshing a room:
The easiest way to give your bedroom a refresh without having to buy a new bed is with bedding. I love Parachute Home for clean, classic basics. Their cloud collection is pure heaven. We purchased the cloud duvet for our bedroom and loved it so much that we got it for our guest room as well. If you want to add some color and fun to your bedding, one of my all-time favorite brands is John Robshaw. He makes gorgeous quilts, pillows and duvet covers.
Credit: Christian Daw Design
We’d love to see how you use accents in your own home.
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