Start the Year Right: How to Revamp Your Space

It’s a new year, which means it’s the perfect time to give your interior a little face lift! Even if you’re short on cash after the holidays, there are tons of easy, inexpensive ways to change up your space in the blink of an eye! From vibrant wall art to transformative textiles, we’ve made a list of our top five favorite ways to revamp your rooms.

Invest in Wall Art

The easiest way to give your space a new look is by selecting a statement piece. A statement piece is meant to be the center of attention, and wall art is a simple, cost-effective option! Choose a piece that’s both timeless and eye-catching, so you can reuse it in any interior. Opt for a print that works well with any season, and matches variety of color palettes. You won’t regret investing in a piece of classic artwork that will wow your guests and elevate your space.

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The Birth Of Venus Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art

Swap Your Hardware

Warm-toned metals are slowly but surely making their way back into the spotlight. After a year spent predominantly indoors, homeowners are gravitating towards bright, inviting hues. Swap your silver finishes for copper, gold, and bronze! Plus, you don’t have to stick to one shade for hardware. Leave your stainless-steel appliances and cool-toned countertops, but switch your pulls and knobs to a gilded hue. All you need is a pop of warmth to make a massive difference in your space.

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Add an Accent Wall

You don’t have to repaint your entire house to give it a brand-new look; just choose one wall! With vivid colors like magenta and teal dominating the 2021 trends, create an accent wall by painting a section of your room. Select the largest empty wall space, and fill it with color AND texture. You can even swirl similar shades to create a marbled effect, or paint your own geometric mural. An accent wall doesn’t have to be totally solid, so feel free to have fun! Create a color blocked pattern, or experiment with the sponge painting technique. You can also hang a massive piece of wall art to complement your stand-out wall. The possibilities are endless!

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Lavender Whirl Ink Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art

Transform with Textiles

Another cheap way to give your space a 180 is to add new textiles. Swap out your curtains for something light, breezy, and bright. From velvet to faux-fur, pile the pillows on your sofa. For simple bedroom design ideas, knit a funky throw or pick up your favorite fabric from your local craft store. Hang a giant tapestry behind your bed, or choose a brand-new rug! Textiles and fabrics don’t just look pretty, they also make a space feel exponentially cozier.

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Morning Yarn Multi Panel Canvas Wall Art

Make a Mood Board

Set your intentions for the new year with a manifestation mood board! There’s nothing better than putting your goals out into the universe to get you excited about the future to come. Motivate yourself by putting together a collection of all the things you want to accomplish in the coming year. Not feeling super inspired? No problem! Instead of writing down your goals, simply hang images that bring you joy. You can print out your own selection of positive prints, or choose from our curated canvas sets collection.

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Simple Room Decorations & More

All it takes is a little TLC to make your space stand out. Give yourself a fresh start by implementing one of these simple room decoration ideas! Create a clean slate with one simple change, and jump into 2021 with an interior you’re proud of. From simple living room ideas to bold bedroom decor, now is the perfect opportunity to try something new. It’s time to tap into your creative side and get decorating!

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