5 Home Decorating Tips Using Serenity
Keep calm and work with this soothing hue
Given the traffic, deadlines, workload, and other things that we deal with outside the home, it’s important to have a tranquil refuge where we can forget all these worries. Having just the right color palette can help you create a home that you would love to come home to after a long and stressful day.
Aside from working with Rose Quartz, you can also consider adding touches of Serenity to transform your space into a comforting haven. Here are easy ideas that you can try and photos to motivate you to get started:
Achieve a beach-inspired feel in the bathroom by choosing light blue tiles. Pair it with white fixtures and add in wooden decor pieces to complete the look.
Photo from Fireclay Tile.
I especially liked the lighting fixtures used in this dining area! You can shop and look for similar pieces when you visit Match Contract Furniture. However, if you're feeling extra creative, you can also paint the lamps on your own—just make sure you cover the wires and connections before proceeding.
Photo from Kitchen Studio of Naples, Inc.
Got old chairs at home? Paint it in Serenity-inspired colors and give your dining area a charming country feel. Pair your chairs with a wooden table and add a vase of fresh flowers as centerpiece.
Photo from Seventy Nine Ideas.
For those who prefer simple changes that create the same impact, you can work with Serenity-colored accessories. In the kitchen, you can have plates, bowls, and other utensils in varying shades. Even if these are not used often, you can display it carefully on open shelves as decor.
You can also showcase your love for Serenity by opting for new pillows, throws, and even table runners for the dining area.
Photo from Bloomingville.
Update the look of your bedroom according to the colors of the year by giving your old drawers and cabinets a makeover. Aside from giving it a fresh shade, you can also change the drawer knobs and pulls to match it. Opt for vintage-looking knobs or bronze pieces that will pop against Serenity.
Complete the look by setting up a vignette on top of the cabinet. Add select pieces like a small clock, a mirror, and even one or two books.
Photo from House to Home.
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