Fall Decorating Tips to Cozy Up your Home!

  1. Now is the best time of the year to incorporate fall colors into your home

I love this time of year with the return of cooler temperatures. The colors and nature changing before our eyes is all the evidence we need to know that fall is officially here.  Adding touches of orange and brown decor to your home will help you transition into the new season with excitement of the passing of the year. Enjoying a stroll in the woods together with adding some seasonal touches to your home will bring the new season in with a refreshing outlook.

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 2. Display artwork that depicts fall themes/colors

In your front foyer or located on a predominate wall; artwork and accessories can change the mood in your home instantly.  One of my favorite things to do is to take a walk outside and collect things from nature, like pine cones, twigs and berry branches and even pumpkins at your local farmer’s market. It’s easy to find autumn colors and decorations in nature.

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 3. Dining room table centerpieces can welcome in fall

Whether you want to go formal or casual for your table, choose colors that reflect your home decor and the season.  Consider using red and yellow apples for an informal organic and edible centerpiece. In addition, adding a beautiful floral arrangement with fall colors will make the table pop with color!

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4. Use your fireplace to showcase Fall decor

Your fireplace mantel has been waiting for this season! Whether you look in your yard, or you travel to an arts and crafts store, dried leaves and pine cones make great decor. Similarly, small pumpkins, gourds or dried leaf vines, and colorful candles will brighten your mantle and spirits.

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5. Cooler temperatures mean cozy sitting areas

As the temperatures begin to plummet, bring out the fall colored throw blankets to place on sofas or in adjacent baskets. Complimenting fall colored throw pillows will complete any cozy nook for you cuddle up and enjoy a good book. My favorite thing to do!

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6. Bring the aromas of fall into your home

Fall decor can be visual but it also involves your other senses like scent. Pumpkin pies, cinnamon apple cider, and the first fire in your fireplace are all welcome aromatic ways to make your home feel full of autumn inspiration. Consider using candles, potpourri, or boil a pot of spices.  Try using cinnamon sticks, cloves, and nutmeg to instantly transport your home into fall mode.

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7. Welcome guests with a beautiful autumn wreath at your front door

Simple grapevine wreaths are gorgeous on their own. But if you prefer more adornment consider adding pine cones, leaves, berries and corn husks to your wreath. Do you have a large home with many windows that face the entry of your home? Try placing matching wreaths hung from these windows as well!

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8. Alternate accessories in individual rooms

Lastly, add warm colors to every room in your house by changing throw pillows, area rugs, bed and bath linens to the colors that blend with your decor. Additionally, try grouping small pumpkins on a kitchen counter top to add instant color and fall inspiration to an ordinarily boring counter top.

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Happy Decorating, Brenda Weber

From Classic to Contemporary, and Everything In Between

CH Interior Designs

937-545-9171

Fall Trends That Are Taking over This Year:

The stores are clearing their shelves of summer décor to make room for fall. Thus, It’s time to get ahead of the game and start preparing for your fall décor makeover! A great way to get started is by reading my list of 2017 fall trends!

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Hue of the Season: Dark Green

Dark Green is going to be a big hit for fall this year, and lucky for me, it’s one of my personal favorite colors. How do you pull this off with success you might ask? Try pairing this hue with brown leathers, natural woods, and cream. In addition, I recommend starting small with this hue and see how you like it in your interiors before adding more. A few small dark green additions I suggest looking for are: candle sticks, lanterns, window treatments, throw pillows and blankets. Stop by my new showroom or send me a message if you’d like more help implementing one of my favorite colors to your home!

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Add Mood with Matte Black

Ah-ha, another color to keep your eyes peered for this fall! This one can be rather easy to bring to your fall style this year. I love matte black light fixtures and recommend looking for these if you’re wanting to add some matte black this season. The black color adds a dark tone of fall, while lamps and lighting add warm hues to your interiors during those chilly days and nights!

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Cozy Up the Bedroom with Prints and Fur

My favorite way to add new style and flare to a bedroom is with bedding! My advice if you’re wanting a fall bedroom look like you’ve seen in the magazines, is to mix and match. Bedding sets are on a decline, while mixing and matching colors and textiles are on the rise. By creating your own look you will add a sense of unique style to your bedroom – plus it can be a lot of fun! I recommend trading your white sheets or coverlet for patterns or monograms. Also, if you’re like me and love a cozy retreat, faux fur throw blanket or pillows are a fantastic way to complete your cozy oasis.

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Get Homey with Quilts

Quilts have slowly been making a comeback for some time, and this season they’re taking over the bedding market. I love quilts of all kinds and believe there’s a quilt for every season. Therefore, I encourage you to add an old classic by picking up a cozy quilt this season!

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Out with the Copper, In with the Brass

Copper has been trending this summer and spring, and while copper is quite timeless, the trend has recently changed to brass. Although brass is quite similar to copper, it does have a lighter tone to it. Similar to the copper trend, you can add brass to your décor through kitchen appliances, furniture accents, and accessories.

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Smooth and Silky Velvet

Velvet is a luxurious looking and feeling fabric that you just can’t keep your hands off of. This fabric is sure to be a perfect way to welcome fall into your interiors! The thing I love about velvet is that it doesn’t take much to make a statement. For example, by adding one piece of velvet furniture or a couple accessories the mood of your interior will change. Furthermore, if you’re seeking to add a visual wow factor, a little luxe and a sense of coziness, velvet is the way to go.

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Hide Clutter with Hidden Appliances

This trend is likely to carry on past fall, winter, and into the New Year. There has been a lot of buzz in the interior design industry about hidden appliances. While this is likely to be an expensive project, it’s worth considering and preparing for. From the kitchen, to laundry room, and living areas, designers are desperately seeking ways to hide those pesky appliances and televisions. It’s clear to see why; there is nothing like having a beautifully designed living room with a giant black flat screen right in the middle of it all! It can be frustrating to work around, so I suggest, “why not just hide it all?”

Remember, your home and interiors are most importantly about your style and what you like. Just because these are trending, doesn’t mean you need to go and throw out all of spring’s trends. Nor do you need to implement every trend every season. Similarly, some trends you will like, others you won’t, and that’s okay! In contrast, trends are a great way to keep up with refreshing your style and trying new things. Finally, I hope you enjoy some of the fall trends this year, and let me know how I can help you with transforming your home for the fall season.

Tell me what you think! What is your favorite way to get your home ready for fall? Are you ready to start a new design project but not sure where to start? Send me an email or call to schedule a consultation today!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between!

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber
937-545-9171

 

 

Yikes! 5 Common Interior Design Mistakes to Learn From

Check out our list of common interior design mistakes before starting your next project and spare yourself the painful interior design mistakes!

1.  Ignoring Function

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A well-designed room is great, but if it is dysfunctional and frustrating, it will hardly be worth it. Believe it or not, functionality is often overlooked when planning interior design projects. For example, an entertainment room lacking rugs, window treatments, and other sound absorbing materials, is likely to be a pain. Likewise, a beautiful office lacking good lighting isn’t going to be of much use.

Furthermore, make sure you’re considering where your guests will sit and move about in your common areas. Will they be able to walk easily throughout the home? Are there plenty of places to set a cup of tea or a snack while watching TV? These are all things you must consider when designing your interiors.

2.  Drab Color Scheme

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Another common mistake we see is a poor color scheme or lack of one entirely. While the crisp and clean look is desirable, you need to consider a color scheme to ensure your bright and airy room doesn’t end up looking boring. Adding a color scheme can be rather simple by adding in throw blankets, throw pillows, curtains, and accessories. These are all easily interchangeable and add something interesting to your interiors. While it may be simple, it does take time and planning in order to be successful.

Look around your room; is there a color you can easily mix in with your current look? Should you get rid of a few items to clear a slate for a new color scheme? From there, decide on a color scheme you want to incorporate. In addition, take photos of your interiors to reference back on while you’re shopping. This can be helpful in visualizing what your new look will be, and help when deciding how to place items throughout the room. Lastly, pay careful attention on placing your color scheme throughout your room, rather than on one shelf or area. A color scheme is meant to tie your room together into one cohesive look.

3.  Too Much In One Place

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One of the most dangerous interior design mistakes you can make is over furnishing and over decorating. Some individuals have so many wonderful collections of furniture, lamps, and accessories that they want to show it all off! While we understand wanting to show off all your beloved items, we encourage you to choose less.

One technique you can try is making a list of all your favorite home items, circle 10 of your favorites, and then choose 5 of your top favorites. From there, make sure to highlight those top 5 items while keeping the rest for another room, another time, or it may even be time to sell them for new items! By choosing less, you’re able to really highlight those favorite items by keeping clutter around them at bay. We know this may be tough at first, but we assure you those favorite items will be noticed a lot more when you’ve cleared some room to let them shine!

4.  Outdated Accessories

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Whether we like it or not, there is a time for getting rid of the old and adding in the new. Likewise, if you have outdated cabinets, accessories, drapes, and lighting, it’s really going to date your interiors. Many of our clients often overlook the importance of the little details. For example, they paint the walls and get new furniture and accessories, but don’t understand why their interiors don’t look quite right. The reason is often all those little outdated accessories getting in the way. Therefore, the solution is often replacing old lights, and updating curtains, cabinets and hardware.

We understand there’s a time and a budget for everything, but make sure you consider updating those outdated details when you’re trying to re-design. Plus, updating your lights, hinges, and cabinet hardware doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. If you’re willing to spend a little time on it, there are many spectacular spray paints you can purchase and easily update those rusted gold details with a fresh gold, silver, or bronzed copper!

5.  Not Hiring a Professional When Necessary

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As we previously mentioned, there are many simple and affordable ways to update your interiors. However, big or advanced projects often require a professional for the best planning and execution. Or if you’re just not sure where to start, a professional can guide you along to help you avoid these mistakes along with many others. In addition, professionals will help ease the stress and uncertainty of a re-design and can instill confidence in you about your project. To read more about what a professional can provide, check out our blog on Interior Designers!

Send us an email if you’re looking for a little more help on your interior design project. Have you made an interior design mistake we can learn from? Tell us in the comments below!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between,

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber
937-545-9171

 

 

5 Fresh Farmhouse Accessories to Add to Your Homestead

The farmhouse style has been trending for some time, and we don’t anticipate it going away anytime soon. What’s not to love? This style is all about bright and fresh colors, lots of plants, and cute signage! If you’re looking to add the farmhouse style to your home, then look no further. We have listed out all the accessories you need to get started.

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  1. Farmhouse Lamps and Lighting:

One easy way to begin adding new or additional farmhouse pieces to your home is with lamps and chandeliers! This takes minimal effort and lighting can be found in a variety of price ranges. Furthermore, lamps and chandeliers are a great place to add a lot of personality in the room. For the farmhouse look, you’ll be looking for one of the following:

  • Wood
  • Black metal
  • Glass
  • Ceramic
  • White or cream lampshades

In order to attain the rustic look, wood lamps should not be a shiny and polished color. Rather, they should be flat in color, have texture, or be whitewashed. In addition, rustic glass tends to have wood accents, black wiring/netting, or a print/color that is similar to mason jars. Lastly, for ceramic pieces, you should be sticking to white bases with a simple design.

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  1. Baskets and Bins:

We are firm believers that you cannot have too many baskets and bins. Due to the fact that they are fantastic for hiding your things while keeping your space looking clean and organized. Therefore, for the farmhouse look you need to be on the lookout for these storage accessories:

  • Black Metal Wire Baskets
  • White Wooden Bins
  • White Washed Baskets
  • Wooden bins
  • Wooden crates
  • Totes with farmhouse animal prints
  • Light colored woven baskets

In addition, if you top any of these off with a chalkboard sign, you’ve really succeeded the farmhouse look!

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  1. Galvanized Accessories:

Metal tubs, buckets, pails, and accessories are sure to bring the farmhouse look to your home. However, it’s important to note that galvanized décor adds a very rustic look. Thus, depending on how rustic you want your farmhouse look to be, you will add more or less. For example, some clients prefer a more cottage farmhouse look, which requires more white and wood tones with minimal metal décor. On the other hand, some prefer a more outdoor farmhouse rustic look requiring more galvanized décor. So, whether you’re adding a lot or a little, here are some galvanized items to look for:

  • Clocks (this is a great way to add a lot of rustic appeal with one piece)
  • Tubs
  • Planters
  • Wall Baskets
  • Dining Chairs
  • Mirrors
  • Trays (for kitchen treats or your coffee table!)

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  1. Express Yourself with Signage:

A farmhouse sign paired with galvanized planters and fresh flowers is a match made in heaven. First of all, when it comes to farmhouse signage, the sky seems to be the limit. From bold words to a favorite quote, there are many options to choose from. Farmhouse signage tends to be black, white, or gray with a wooden frame. Furthermore, they should have a clean and fresh appeal that brightens up a room. In contrast, any signs with bright colors or busy patterns are harder to design around and will stray from the simplicity that is farmhouse style. Here are a few examples of signs to look for:

  • Big bold Lettering (BATH, LAUNDRY, FAMILY, MARKET)
  • A quote or phrase in pretty scripted lettering (blessed, our nest, happiness is homemade)
  • Farmhouse Phrases (freshly baked pies, fresh eggs, farm fresh dairy)

From big to small, you can find farmhouse signs in all shapes and sizes. Also, signs aren’t just for hanging. You can also place small wooden or metal signs to accent shelves and end tables to complete the look.

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  1. Freshly Picked Florals:

A farmhouse style isn’t complete without some flowers or wreaths. Likewise, to achieve the fresh and simple farmhouse style you should stick to florals and plants such as:

  • Cotton
  • Large white flowers
  • Ferns
  • Sage
  • Olive Branches
  • Ficus
  • Boxwood Topiary

Place any of these in planters such as a wire basket, reclaimed wood box, galvanized vases, or as a wreath. Flowers bring the fresh outdoors to your interiors, and farmhouses simply aren’t complete without them!

These 5 accessories are sure to bring the farmhouse style to your interiors! Remember, this style is all about simplicity and keeping things organic. Also, mixing and matching these accessories is essential to achieve the farmhouse look. However, if you’re not sure where to start, try finding an accessory from each of lists above and build your farmhouse style from there! If you’re feeling uncertain or would like additional help, simply contact us! Our experienced interior designer, Brenda Weber, will be happy to work with you and achieve your desired look.

Do you have a favorite farmhouse accessory? Let us know in the comments below!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between,

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber
937-545-9171

 

Best 4th Ever: Dazzling Decorations for your Gatherings

We know you love the fourth of July, so we’ve got some ideas to make it the best one yet! Decorating for the 4th is relatively simple: add red, white, blue and American flags and you’ve got a patriotic home. While that’s true, we’re here to make sure your décor looks clean and tasteful, not cheap and tacky!

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Tasty Tribute:

Who doesn’t love a tasty treat? Decorating with candy is a clever idea that’ll keep your guests smiling. We have a few ideas for you on this topic. For starters, use some glass jars or vases (which can be used as décor for all seasons by the way). Next, fill them with red, white, and blue M&M’s or gumballs. In addition, patriotic colored tootsie pops in small metal buckets is another favorite of ours! If you’re a treat expert, you know you’ve got to have both salty and sweet. Try using different sized vases for yogurt-covered pretzels, licorice, and blue candies. Finally, wrap your treat filled vases in a pretty ribbon or top with an American flag and you’ve got yourself a wow-worthy treat station!

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Forever Florals:

It’s likely you’re going to be outside for some, if not most of your 4th. Therefore, you can’t forget about adding some outdoor symbolism! This can be done relatively quickly by first purchasing some vases or metal buckets and tubs. Next, head to your favorite floral shop for some red, white, and blue flowers. Then place your pretty flowers near the front door or on your steps, and top them with an American flag to welcome your party guests with great declaration! You can even take this cute idea to your tabletops by using smaller floral arrangements. Here’s a tip: if you’re having trouble finding patriotic colored vases, you can use clear vases you already own and try putting food coloring in the water, thus adding those celebration colors to your décor!

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Symbolic Setting:

If you’re anything like us, you absolutely adore a beautiful place setting at the table. Don’t worry, you don’t need to go out and buy all new dishes and tableware to be patriotic this summer. If you have a patriotic colored table runner, tablecloth, or napkins lying around, you can start with one of those items and then work around it. Be warned, there is such a thing as too much red, white, and blue – so make sure you create a good balance.

Layers, contrast of colors, and a centerpiece are the ingredients to a pretty place setting. Place mats are a great starting point. From there, begin layering plates by color or size. If you have plates that are all the same color, you can break them up by placing a cute bandana or napkin in-between the layers. Next, place a small decoration or treat at each place setting. This can be a bag of candy with a flag, utensils wrapped in a pretty napkin, or anything you can imagine! Lastly, you’ll need a good centerpiece. For an affordable route, baskets filled with confetti, flowers, and flags are sure to spruce things up. In addition, lanterns, candlesticks, or vases are also a great way to go for your symbolic centerpiece!

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Dazzling Décor:

You have a lot of options when it comes to patriotic décor and accessories – how do you choose? While we believe you can make inexpensive 4th of July décor look cute, we want to ensure your 4th of July decorating looks fabulous! That’s what here for, after all. Accessories are important; they are the little details that bring everything together. Dollar store decorations can go terribly wrong, or incredibly right. Thus, we recommend using them as small additions, not the grand look. For example, rather than purchasing a flimsy sign, be looking for cute chalkboards you can write messages on and add some décor around. You should also opt for a few wooden or metal decorations rather than poor quality lanterns or pinwheels that are likely only going to last you a few hours!

Here are some dazzling decorations we recommend: Wreaths, wooden signs, block letters, throw pillows, chalkboards, candles, wooden or metal stars, patriotic place settings and napkins, and small American flags! As a reminder, not everything needs to be red, white, and blue. Make sure to keep the look clean and tasteful by breaking up these colors and patterns to avoid creating a cluttered look.

Most importantly, don’t forget to have some fun! Decorating and designing for various holidays should be a joy, not a burden. If you find yourself stressed over interior decorating, schedule a consultation with our in-house experienced interior designer and feel all your worries melt away! Ready to get out there and start shopping for your 4th of July décor? Stop by our shop to browse all our unique and high quality accessories.

We want to hear from you! What is your favorite way to decorate for the 4th of July?

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between,

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber

Located in Cobblestone Village Gift and Home Décor Shop
937-545-9171

 

 

 

 

Displaying Collections: Show Your Personality in Style

Displaying collections tell your story – what you love, where you’ve been, who you are – and, they can quickly become a chaotic mess. But you can display collections in style! Here are 6 easy steps on how to display your collections. The following tips will have your prized possessions taking center stage in no time.

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  1. GROUP OBJECTS BY THEME

Grouping objects by theme, a common element (E.g. color or style), or subject matter helps to connect them. If your collection is bigger than your space, pull out your favorites to display, box up the rest, and rotate them every few months.

  1. CREATE A GALLERY WALL

Use that wall space! You have empty canvases throughout your home. Don’t waste the real estate. For example, whether you collect crosses, plates or cutting boards, display your favorite collections by hanging them on a wall. You can also stagger each item according to size and subject matter.

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  1. SHELVES, CABINETS, BUILT-INS

With little nooks throughout the grid, built-ins and cabinets are a great way to display your collections! Displaying collections on a shelf, paint the back wall a contrast color to bring more attention to your collection. If your items are mostly solid colors try adding pattern behind them to add more visual interest.

Display old glass bottles, glass perfume bottles on a deep window sill or on a shelf in front of a window and see your collection sparkle! In addition, think about the horizon. Create visual triangles at varying heights so your eye travels from item to item.

  1. MAGNETIC ART

Whether it’s a vacation trinket, your veterinarian’s emergency information or your child’s artwork, magnets are everywhere! Don’t cringe every time you open the refrigerator door. Even magnets can transition into a fun artistic element. Take back your fridge, and give those magnets a home! Sheet metal can turn mismatched magnets into a piece of art. Keep it simple with a strip of sheet metal or spice it up and have it cut into a shape, for instance the United States, and showcase your travels.

  1. SEE THROUGH

Whether you’re showing off shells from the beach, vintage dice, or your collection of wine corks, glass jars and lanterns offer great storage and beauty. There are so many shapes and sizes to choose from. Get creative and turn your favorite collection into a focal point.

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  1. FRAME IT

Lastly, display small items like shells, buttons or jewelry inside a frame. Or, hang old metal keys inside an open back frame (You can just remove the glass and back from a frame you already have too!). For those precious mementos, or fragile items like clothing and printed material, protect and display in a shadow box!

These are just a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing, however the possibilities are endless. Tell us about your displayed collections or which tip you’ll try to create your visual masterpiece!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between!

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber

Located in Cobblestone Gift Shop and Home Décor Shop

513-897-0021

Let’s Get Personal: It’s All in the Accessories

If interior design is not your thing (or maybe you love it but you’re doubting your ability), you may struggle with accessorizing your room. What do you put on the coffee table, your sideboard or buffet? And the bookshelves, they’re for books, right? Wrong! Mix up books and your favorite things.

Adding accessories to a room is your chance to spice it up with your personality…. a chance to tell your story and fill your home with what you love! Check out our go-to accessories and tips for an easy transition.

Check out our list of go-to accessories that will enhance any room.

  1. Floral Arrangements – From casual to contemporary, fresh or silk flowers will bring vibrancy, and life into any room. Pick coordinating colors, or bring an accent color into your room through your arrangement for added interest. Look for unusual containers that can also enhance the theme of the room.

While fresh flowers offer many benefits, they may not always be a feasible option for some. Faux flowers have gotten a bad rap over the years. Forget the fake ferns from the 50’s! Silk arrangements can look just as beautiful as the real thing.

  1. Accent Rugs – Area rugs have a lot of responsibilities. They define spaces, add warmth and comfort underfoot, reign in the elements from a room and tie them all together, and add pops of color and style to any room in your home. Take colors from the rug and add coordinating throw pillows and a throw to your sofa. Area rugs can make or break a room. Choosing the right area rug is the key to success.

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  1. Wall Art – It’s in the eye of the beholder. Start with a large-scale piece over a sofa, bed, or fireplace. Choices could range from an over-sized clock, a starburst mirror, a metal decorative medallion, to the more traditional framed art or canvas. You can also group together smaller pieces of art to create a focal point.

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  1. Ceramic and Pottery Pieces – A beautiful bowl, vase, or charger can stand alone or be paired with other items to add a focal point. Add decorative spheres to a ceramic bowl to incorporate color and texture. Use a ceramic vase to hold those fresh or faux flowers (Make sure your vase is made for water!) Chargers are perfect for displaying an array of candles. Or, using plate hangers, chargers can quickly transition into wall art. Choices can range from modern to globally inspired rustic looks.

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5.   Blankets – Get cozy and add a touch of softness to your room with blankets and  throws. Drape over a sofa, chair, or ottoman to easily add color and texture. Layer with pillows for more depth or stack several blankets in a basket beside a sofa or under a table. Let’s face it, on a cold rainy day, who doesn’t want a blanket close at hand.

6.  Candlesticks -Display candlesticks on a sideboard, or entry table. Choose similar ones in varying heights, or use a grouping of different candlesticks for a more eclectic vibe. Oversized candlesticks are a stunning addition to a fireplace hearth. Add colorful candles for a pop of color.

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  1. Branches – If you love nature, bring the outdoors in with branches! These low maintenance accessories come in all shapes, sizes and colors. And, there are a variety of ways to display them. Arrange branches in containers, hang them directly on walls or display them on a pile of books on your coffee table. Add a small upward light on the floor to shine through the branches at night for a dramatic effect. It will be stunning!
  1. Family photos/Collections – Displaying family photos or your favorite collections show guests who you are, where you’ve been and what you love. Rather than randomly scattering them throughout your room, group clusters on a table or shelf for a more organized and clean look.

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You’ve got the bling, now think about these three tips to dress your room right.

  1. It’s all in the numbers. Use odd numbers when grouping items. When all else fails, think three! Grouping three items together will keep your space clean and balanced.
  2. Think about the horizon. Placing items at varying heights will create a horizon that takes your eye from one item to the next. Pull those books off the shelves, and use them to add interest and height. Stack one, two or three books to give your accessories a lift.
  3. It’s time to clean! Cleaning and maintenance are often overlooked when accessorizing a home. Think about what it will take to maintain the beauty of your accessories.

Get more ideas and inspiration here. You’ve got this—now, start accessorizing!

Got questions? Email me!

From Classic to Contemporary and Everything in Between,

CH Interior Designs-Brenda Weber

Located in Cobblestone Village Gift and Home Décor Shop
513-897-0021