The holidays are just around the corner and we know you are busy. We’re trying to help by putting together a list of things you can do to spruce your home up before the guests arrive. A few low-cost updates can really improve your space and give it a new, fresh look.
Don’t worry, we don’t mean the entire house, or even an entire room! You can start with the trim. Choose an updated color and paint window trim, staircases or go a little bigger and paint an accent wall.
Fix Your Light Fixtures
When is the last time you looked up at the dust covered light fixture from the 80’s? Changing out an old light fixture for a new one will instantly update your space and no electrician needed!
Decorative Round Rustic Pillar Candle Sconce
Illuminate any space with this elegant candle sconce featuring a hanging rope that holds a circular metal frame.
Make Your Entryway Stand Out
It can get expensive to do a big exterior makeover, but a few minor changes can make a big impact and give your home that “curb appeal” everyone is talking about. Dark colors, like a dark front door will make it pop. Tall planters or pillars on both sides will make a symmetrical greeting your guests will love.
Indoor / Outdoor Portable Tabletop Fire Pit
Recreate the soothing ambiance of a fireplace without the smoke, soot, ash, and the smell of melting wax with our large Indoor/Outdoor Portable Tabletop Fire Pit
Do you have a small space that you don’t know what to do with in your kitchen or bath? Even a small budget can get you enough tile to give an upgrade to your space. How many times have you seen subway tile on those home remodel shows? There is a reason for that, it looks great without breaking the bank!
De-Clutter and Focus
Consider boxing up some of the stuff on your shelves and focus on one or two statement pieces. Vases with real or fake flowers (it may be winter, but you can still find beautiful flowers and winter greens are elegant in white) and candles are a good place to start.
“Weight of the World” Cast Iron Male Figure Candle Holder
Handcrafted in cast iron with a vintage-like dark brown finish, this eye-catching candle holder works best with 2″ ball or pillar candles.