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Do you decorate your bedroom with the seasons? I never used to but lately I have really been enjoying it. You don't have to add too much. Especially in a bedroom or bathroom, I think just a few changes with seasonal color can go a long way. For our bed, I kept the blue and white quilt and added some pops of orange. An orange and white check throw along with a few throw pillows and pumpkins add a bit of seasonal fun. I also added a few throw pillows in warmer oranges and yellows to the window seat area. The mason jars full of fall leaves are so pretty when he sun streams into this room. I even added a few colorful stems of fall leaves to our master bathroom. I always enjoy a pop of orange or coral with the sea glass colors in here. I spotted a few hand towels with soft colored pumpkins on them on an end cap in HomeGoods and decided they would be a fun addition to the bathroom as well. Which led to a couple of pretty pumpkins on the shelf too. And finally, my two favorite pumpkins, Keeper and Dax! They are both celebrating birthdays this year - Keeper turned 9 yesterday and Dax will be 4 on Friday. :) Thanks for stopping by! Here are a few sources: Blue and White Quilt - Garnet Hill Pumpkin Pillow - HomeGoods Orange and white check pillow - HomeGoods Bathroom Rug - HomeGoods (manufacturer unknown), similar Orange and white check throw - Joann Fabric and Crafts
If the living room is the room where you do the max amount of living (whether to you that means a party of 10 or binge watching Netflix for 10 hours), it’s important to make this room feel like a reflection of you. Even if you live in a rental, there are plenty of ways to personalize this space, without spending more than a month’s worth of rent, and without sacrificing your security deposit. 1.
As 2019 draws to a close, we’re getting ready to enter into an entirely new decade. And according to leading voices in the design community, we’re also getting ready to leave behind some popular living room mainstays. According to the experts, living rooms are getting more laid-back and less fussy, which means a lot of once widely-held “rules” are going to the wayside.