|Canadian House and Home|
|Mix and Chic|
|Style by Emily Henderson|
4. Use vintage items. The signs of age and patina that often accompany vintage items add to the charm and sense of history. These items may be family heirlooms, or be treasures from thrift or antique stores, or they may even be worn parts of your home like exposed brick or beams.
5. Clear the clutter. A room that is carefully edited helps you appreciate what you have. Space and light then become the most important elements in the room rather than the furniture and objects of daily living. Clearing the clutter creates a calm atmosphere and helps you focus on the people in the room rather than the objects in the room.
|Jessica Helgerson Interior design|
Aren't they beautiful rooms? Did you notice any other trends? How did these ideas resonate with you?
I am pretty faithful at #3 and #4, but need to work on #5 (in a big way!) How about you?