With the seasons changing you may feel like your home needs a bit of a makeover. Now, completely redecorating your home may not be financially possible at this time, but it doesn't mean you can't redo it just a little. A quick, simple and most of all inexpensive way to redecorate is to add or change out your throw pillows.
Does your living room not feel as inviting as it once was? With spring in place and summer on its way you may feel like it's time to bring the color back. If you have solid color furniture, use throw pillows with bright beach scenes or fun patterns. You can express your creative side and go a little wild since the main aspect of the room is a solid color. You can make over the room and give it a fun vibe without breaking the bank. If you own a sofa or lounge chairs of a certain pattern, you can lift the room's spirit by adding striped or solid color pillows that coordinate. Use lighter colors from the pattern to help balance the room
Is your bedroom feeling a little boring? Love your bedding set but still feel like you need a change? Add a few fun accents pillows. Check to see where your bought your bedding set from. Even if you already got throw pillows when you originally received it, there might be some pillows you did not purchase. Often merchants will suggest extra pillows that will accessorize the set well. It may seem like a small change, but even the smallest changes can make a big impact.
With warmer weather on the way, you will want to be spending more time outdoors. Create a seating area that friends and family will be sure to gather around. Add a few tropical throw pillows that will accent the beautiful colors of your backyard or front porch. Not only will it enhance the look of your home, but it will be a great place for the kids to crash at the end of a long day of playing outside.
Not only is changing the throw pillows an inexpensive way to give your home a fresh look, it's also a great way to test out a new color scheme or theme in a room. Not to mention throw pillows are just fun to pick out. Get the kids involved and let them each pick out their very own. Toss around a few ideas of your own!
Article Author: Rebecca McKeich
Article Source: OceanStyles.com