Balance seasonal and year-round decor
Balance seasonal and year-round decor
Your home can have a lovely and cozy space thanks in no small part to decor. With winter giving way to spring, this is the ideal time to update your Christmas decorations. Modifying your home’s decor is great when the seasons change to reflect the fresh surroundings outside.
However, knowing where to start or how to implement improvements can be challenging. Here are some tips on how to balance seasonal and year-round decorating:
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1. Make a seasonal schedule
A helpful tip for transitioning your home decor from one season to another is to create a seasonal exhibit. This is the easiest (and most enjoyable) way to commemorate each season. Let the changing seasons inspire you to create a festive display at home.
Make room on countertops, shelves, tables or windowsills for seasonal displays. Collect some seasonal trinkets from your local home and garden store and arrange them for a beautiful display.
A personal designer may help you choose the right accessories to complement what you already own to create something stylish and one-of-a-kind.
2. Focus your seasonal decor on the same core elements
Highlighting the same important elements is a great way to simply balance your decor between holidays. You almost certainly have a centerpiece in the center of your kitchen or dining table.
Start with a simple candle to use alone or in a giant glass container. Place a variety of spring flowers around the candle for a spring vibe. Placing wedding guest photo albums is a great way to add a personal touch to your table setting.
After you’ve identified the main components of your decor, you’ll need to make some modest seasonal adjustments to move those decorations from season to season.
3. Focus on color and texture
You can balance your decor with all the great colors, patterns and textures available. Among the various shades, browns, greens, blacks and reds work well in most decor schemes.
Using plenty of neutral shades allows you to easily switch from one season to the next without changing all of your decor. When choosing components for your home, you can consider wood, iron, natural reed, glass and more textures.
4. Take advantage of lighting options
Lighting is great for creating ambience and warming the home. You can set up some candles for tabletops and other surfaces, and when set in different sizes, they create lovely centerpieces.
Install a chandelier in the living or dining area to quickly brighten the space. You can use string lights and fairy lights to decorate balconies and adjacent trees.
5. Incorporate plants into your home
Choose adaptable, undecorated greenery to quickly liven up any part of your home. It’s helpful to use as many plants as possible, such as non-holiday garlands, plant wall decals, and any other plants you can bring into your home to add a splash of color and vibrancy to your holiday decorations for the season.
You can take inspiration from your surroundings and find creative ways to incorporate them into your home decor. From changing foliage to bare branches, you can decorate with what you find in your yard or on your daily walk.
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6. Don’t Ignore Doormats
Doormats come in a variety of styles, colors, patterns and sizes. From quirky designs to personalized inscriptions, your doormat should change with the seasons.
While you may want to replace the entire door mat when changing trim, you may only need to buy a replaceable mat that has four sections. Another factor to consider is the level of detail required. You can choose to have a highly realistic seascape or a snowy playground scene.
Decorations change over time. To build a house as unique as you and your family, you can add antique and modern furniture or decorations over time, keeping the balance but making sure it never goes out of style.
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