Simple and inexpensive tips for a stylishly comfortable home

Okay, so I’m pretty sure that when you are thinking about design choices for your space the first thing that you start thinking about is furniture and probably wall/window coverings. But let’s get real…it IS the little touches that make a big difference in the end. So when I was shopping in Sam’s Club the other day and saw the cutest little Kleenex Perfect Fit canisters — yeah, I knew they would be the perfect thing for spring decorating! Check out my additional decorating tips below.

Tips for a Stylishly Comfortable Home

Here are some additional tips for a stylishly comfortable home that anyone can use:

  • Use what you have. If you have a collection of silver trays, plates with a fun design, or anything that is appealing to the eye — hang it up!

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  • Can’t find a window covering you love? Wallpaper your vinyl shades to get the look you want!
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  • Bring in flowers. You can perk up any room with some fresh flowers set in a vibrant vase.
  • Use stylish necessities. The Kleenex Perfect Fit canisters are a prime example of how function and style can meet. These canisters fit any decor style and look great on an end table.

Kleenex Perfect Fit

  • Use modular units to create a look you love. Stacking cubes not only creates extra storage space, but is also a stylish way to show off your accessories.
Image Credit: Real Simple


So tell us…

What simple decorating tips do you have?







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One thought on “Simple and inexpensive tips for a stylishly comfortable home

  • July 22, 2015 at 9:19 pm
    My home decorating tip is if you are computer savvy and aren't yet on Pinterest, ask a friend how to maneuver Pinterest. There is a board called Recycle & Repurpose. You can take items from around the house and repurpose it. One person shows how you can cut down a cereal box and make matting for picture frames by cutting the box into a mat and covering it with fabric to enhance your frames. Check it out. There are many, many talented people who show you step by step how to repurpose so many things. Reply

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