If you’re tired of your home decor, there’s no time like the present to change things up. There are plenty of places to look, but the idea of this post is to help you get started. The first, and perhaps most important, thing to consider is that you can set your own schedule. Take your time in figuring out what you might want your “new” home to look like. At the very least, having a clear plan or set of goals will help you when you need to consider all of the different aspects of your home that you want to change.
First of all, which rooms in your home do you want to renovate? If you’re planning a massive overhaul, you might want to consider how the changes can affect the overall mood in your home. The style of home decor from room to room doesn’t have to be perfectly congruous–and, typically, shouldn’t be. However, consider how one would transition from room to room. Would the change in styles be refreshing, or simply jarring?
When you finally have a clear design goal in mind, you should look into a wide breadth of retailers to pick products from. Sure, one store might have a potential solution to this need or that need, but their selection might not ultimately be your solution. Rug and Home, for example, is one place that has a pretty decent selection of home decor pieces and products within their market that might be worth checking out. It’s even more worthwhile if you’re looking for a rug or accent piece to finish out your grand design.
This post was originally spurred by my own home decor research, actually. I found some great resources, like this one.Beyond the Google searches you might expect, I also found that Youtube works as a good place to find more visual guides. Here’s one I found pretty interesting: