Thinking about updating your décor in 2014? How is your bedroom or bath looking? January is the month of the “white sale” where you can find great bargains on sheets and towels. I thought it would be a great time to take advantage of the offered discounts and think about doing a redesign on your bedroom or bath.
Too often we get swept up in holiday planning and parties that we don’t have time to think about replacing used, outdated linens and towels. Take a look at your bedroom; are you happy with the colors? If you don’t have the time for a fresh coat of paint, take this opportunity to visit your local home store and see what they have to offer. Often, only purchasing new curtains, sheets, or a new duvet cover instantly enhances and changes the feel of a room. To get some inspiration on bedroom ideas, furniture, accessories, etc. check out these lovely photos from Arhaus.com.
If your towels have been washed to death and thin, it may be time to purchase some nice soft, absorbent towels. You will enjoy them, and your guests will appreciate them! There are many beautiful options for an updated bath look. Check out these lovely ideas and products from WestElm.com.
In thinking about updating your décor this New Year, click here to read about the Shopping Trends in 2014. There are some great deals to be had in January. Besides linens it is a good time to buy watches, computers, fragrances, AND jewelry before they are marked up for the Valentine’s Day rush. For more tips on trends, there was a great article in the Philadelphia Inquirer recently titled, “How to be trendy, but not too much” which gave some interesting advice on upcoming trends and how to stay looking up-to-date without breaking the budget.
If you are looking for a place to start or need professional help organizing and doing a room redesign to get the most out of your space, contact Debbie@RedesignRight.com.
Debbie Correale is founder and owner of Redesign Right, LLC. You can learn more about her at www.RedesignRight.com. Find her on Facebook.com/RedesignRight, Twitter @RedesignRight, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Houzz and Google+.