3 Decor Ideas That Will Warm Your Heart & Home

June 25, 2020 , In: Home , With: No Comments
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Everyone would love it if the design of their home was fitting of a centerfold in a home decor magazine. While there are different tastes, most people want their home to be a place that warms their hearts. We spend a lot of time in our homes, and thus we want them to look great and be a comfortable and welcoming place to be.

 

However, sometimes the design and decor in your home aren’t quite up to par. Unfortunately, home design can be a difficult topic with a ton of different options you can take and directions you can go. This can lead to many people being overwhelmed with all of the possibilities and end up not being able to decide.

 

Some people just need a little bit of inspiration and guidance when it comes to how to decorate their homes. With that in mind, let’s go over 3 simple and great home decor ideas to warm up both your heart and your home.

Bring in Some New Artwork

There are few better ways to spice up a room and bring some warmth into your home than buying or making some new artwork. Art has the ability to completely change a room, and alter the way you and others feel when in it. As for what type of art to bring in, you have many choices.

 

You can hang a piece of large-scale art, a collage of smaller pieces of art, a gallery wall, some DIY or homemade pictures, or a wide range of other things. You could even enlist the help of a photo to painting service to turn one of your favorite photos into a breathtaking and one-of-a-kind painting.

 

As long as the piece of art fits with the furniture and decor in terms of size, color, and placement, it can do wonders for improving the look of a room. Of course, make sure the art is something you enjoy and are going to be comfortable seeing daily.

Get Creative with the Colors

Another great way to add warmth to your home easily is to give it an updated paint job. Many houses suffer from lackluster colors on the walls throughout. Either the color is faded, has chips, or simply isn’t welcoming. Thankfully, there are several different paint colors that can warm up a room instantly. These range from cream, to taupe, to amber and many in between.

 

These are colors that can help you relax, and set the right mood in the room to bring about warmth, happiness, and comfort. In addition to the colors of the paint on the wall, don’t shy away from getting creative with colors. For example, the right color couch, chair or even coffee table can really bring together a living. Feel free to try out or research some different colors to see which you and your family feel brings the best out of your home.

Keep it Cozy

Nothing says warmth in a home like a cozy space. While there is no direct definition for what “cozy” is, it is generally a place that makes you feel comfortable and relaxed. A cozy home is a place where you can unwind after a long day and truly feel at peace. If you keep “cozy” in mind with your decor, it can go a long way in making your home a place of warmth.

 

A cozy home has comfortable places to relax, a consistent color scheme, and is simply an inviting place to let go of your worries. Everyone should be taking steps to make their home cozier if they want it to warm their heart. Also, don’t think that making your home cozy needs to be a huge and massive step.

 

It can be as simple as adding some fluffy blankets or pillows onto your bed, buying some thick area rugs, or adding some candles throughout the home.

 

In conclusion, we hope the decor ideas in this article have been able to inspire you, while also warming your heart and home.

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Kacey Bradley

Lifestyle - Wedding - Travel

Welcome to The Drifter Collective - a lifestyle blog sharing my love for travel, style, wedding inspiration, homemaking and so much more! Some people call me a traveler, while others refer to me as 'the well cultured friend" who drifts into everything. Pun intended. :)

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