Switching up your home decor for the seasons is a fun way to celebrate changes throughout the year. Successful redecoration strikes a balance between minimal and impactful, so here are the pieces you should change to see a difference.
Every year, Doug and the team at Woodchucks Furniture launch their massive once-a-year project, the Annual Tent Sale. Why is this such a big deal? They just throw up a tent outside and get rid of everything they couldn’t sell the year before, right? Oh, if only it were that simple… Doug and Brad would still have a lot more hair left! Planning of this 3-ring circus extravaganza of home furnishings starts 9 months earlier, 450 miles from Jacksonville and 7 hours away by car.
If you have a fireplace or decorative mantle in your living room, its look is just as significant as the style of your living room furniture. Instead of leaning on outdated and cliché mantle decorating ideas, borrow a few of our fresh tips to truly transform the focal point of your living room.
Cool colors like blue and green often create a sense of tranquility, but no color is more serene than Serenity itself. This year, the blue hue shares the coveted title of Pantone Color of the Year with its perfect pair: rose quartz. Serenity is a gentle but powerful shade of blue, muted enough to match neutral grays but cool enough to provide balance with warmer shades. Borrow some serene suggestions from the following ten rooms to add a touch of Serenity in your own home.
Since Rose Quartz is one of Pantone's colors of the year for 2016, you might like to take advantage of this beautiful trending color in your own home. Here are ten inspiring ways to incorporate Rose Quartz in your living room.
Every parent who sends kids off to college and on out into the world to make their way faces a conundrum. The bedroom down the hall was filled with teenage belongings. And now it's either bare, or at least it feels that way. But there's no reason to leave that valuable square footage unused. An empty nest remodel can transform a kid's former bedroom into something that you'll enjoy, and that they might even use when they visit home.
We can all agree that everyone gathers where the food is. Your kitchen is the heart of your home, and many homes have a common space for the kitchen and dining room, so it's important to have a good flow between the two areas. An open, inviting space will make your home not only look better but also appeal more to your guests, while the perfect dining room furniture will be more inviting. Not to mention, while you’re busy in the kitchen you are still able to interact with all your guests.
When entertaining out of town guests, we want them to feel comfortable, relaxed, and welcome, but the truth is that we usually cram them in the smallest room of our house and expect them to make-do with old, outdated, or cheap furniture we don’t want in our own bedrooms. A clean, highly-functional, and impressive guest bedroom can be created, however, without spending master bedroom levels of money or hiring a professional decorator. There are 5 simple pieces of furniture that are a must for making your home more inviting.
Whether you need to find furniture that keeps your home up to date with current styles or you've put off updating your home for so long that your furniture is falling apart ... upgrading to new furniture is inevitable.