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5 Ways To Make Your Home Look Extra Adorable

It's all in the details!

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It's safe to say that anyone who has a place of their own wants to have a charming haven that will leave a lasting impression on guests who'll step inside the space. Given that we spend a lot of time at home, it's only natural that we make it look good—even in the simplest ways.

If you're looking for ideas that can help you give your humble abode a little bit of extra oomph, we've listed down a few must-dos you can try: 

1. Give your planters a splash of color. 

If you're in the process of building or improving your green corner, you might want to consider giving your planters and baskets a colorful boost to brighten up your home. It's also a great way to showcase your favorite indoor plants. 

READ: DIY: Painted Planter Baskets  

2. Display desserts on a pastel pink pegboard. 

Giving out sweet treats isn't enough, how you serve it matters, too! If you've been looking for a way to give your weekly tea party a fun twist, consider building an Instagrammable dessert pegboard and paint it a bright shade for an eye-catching display! 

READ: DIY: Pegboard For Parties

3. Make hand-painted coasters for Wine Night. 

Whether your get-together involves your entire family or just a couple of your closest friends, you can avoid having to deal with watermarks on your antique dining set by leaving these out for them to set their glasses on. The best part? It gives your table setting a charming and personal touch, too!

DIY: Polka Dot Coasters 

4. Experiment with themed pieces. 

If you love cats and have always wanted to decorate with themed pieces, there are subtle ways to do it without going overboard. Consider adding one or two accent pieces on your nightstand to test out the look or go for kitten-printed bedding to make a stronger statement. 

READ: 5 Things Every Cat Lover Needs At Home 

5. Accessorize with woodland animal-inspired pieces. 

Give your home a vibe that's akin to being in a lush mountainside while adding a much-needed rustic flair by using themed homeware. Get started with a world map-printed tablecloth in cream canvas that won't fail to spark your wanderlust.

READ: 5 Nordic-Inspired Must-Haves From Wildwood 

PHOTOS: Carrie Waller of The Everygirl and Edric Borja (Main) | Alyssa Roxas | Oh Happy Day | The Club of Odd Volumes via Pinterest and Francesca's 

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