What’s the look and feel that you feel most comfortable with? Finding and knowing your personal style helps to create a home environment that is as individual as you are.

A FRESH START
Take an inventory of what furniture pieces you’d like to keep and what you’d like to part with. Family heirloom pieces can be incorporated or repurposed for many spaces.

EASY UPDATE IDEAS
New pillows, throws, area rugs, lamps and art are a great way to rejuvenate your décor. Adding new window coverings such as blinds and drapes creates a bold change. For a really quick fix, de-clutter and rearrange your furniture.
SMALL SPACES MEANS LESS IS MORE
Consider multi-purpose functionality. A floating sofa with a table on the back can double as a desk or a dining table. A dresser can be used as a serving sideboard. Place upholstered dining chairs in the entertaining area for extra seating.

WHERE TO INVEST YOUR DECOR BUDGET
Consider investing in high quality pieces that you’ll use regularly such as a dining table, sofa or rugs to name a few. Think long-term and consider your lifestyle. Keep the sofa neutral, as you can easily change the toss pillows and accessories. Look for well-constructed wooden pieces that will stand up to real life wear and tear.