Jessie & Jones
1. Position your art. If your artwork has been in the same place for years, you will be blind to your beauty. By repositioning it, bring it to your attention again. Before you move pieces, help someone to hold on to the desired spot so that you get a feel for how you look. You will be surprised what works of art combos look good and which do not.
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2. Get new pillowcases. I am always amazed at the impact that new pillow covers can place on. You do not need to match – contrasting colors and patterns often look great together. If you are looking for more peace and clarity, more muted tones like pastel and neutral colors. If liveliness is what you are after, choose the bright patterns. If the pillows are getting a bit lumpy or old, think about replacing them.
3. Hanging mirrors. Mirrors make the most of a room that has plenty of natural light, open a small space and add visual interest to a space. If you already have mirrors, you could try repositioning yourself along with your art. If you do not, you could find mirrors in different forms of secondhand shops and hang them in creative clusters, as seen here.
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6. Change your duvet cover. A duvet cover is often the first thing that gets your eye on in a bedroom. If you want the focus of space on the walls, art or furniture, go for a white or neutral cover. If the rest of the room is basic, then you might opt for a bright or patterned ceiling. I also love buying new leaves at the beginning of the year. Choose a good quality – you spend so much time in bed that it’s worth the investment. If possible, feel the leaves before you buy them to test their softness and texture.
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Tip: Buy Velcro hanging to make the stripes, hang prints as easy as can be.
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Readymade curtains are perfect if you have a smaller budget; Make sure you measure the windows or shower first and be sure you are not too heavy to sit down. Oh, and if you rent, check with your landlord before a new bar.
11. Refresh your bedside table. A well-styled bedside table can set the tone for your bedroom, but it can also be a handy supplement for sleep. Evaluate Your Needs: Maybe it includes things like earplugs, an eye mask, easy access to painkillers, water and a book. Having everything you need within reach, you can make your night and the morning so much easier. Bedside tables also have a tendency to collect useless items, so throw in everything you no longer need.
12. Organize your pantry. With such regular use, it is easy for the pantries to be messy and disorganized. Put dry foods (such as cereal, biscuits, flour, and sugar) in containers that help him stay fresh longer. If you are viewing foods in clear plastic or glass containers, you will be able to see exactly what you have and know if you have enough of something. Check the expiration dates to make sure you are not storing positions should you discard them.
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14. Go through your book collection. It’s so easy to collect books that are bulky, heavy and hard to carry around with them on the move. Pick up every book and be realistic. Will you actually read it over and over again? Is it a favorite? Do you enjoy it? If not, give it to friends or donate. If you want to go one step further, you could then organize your books alphabetically or by color.