5 Interior Design Resolutions for the New Year

Celebrating a new year inspires people to make improvements and changes in their lives. If you don’t know where to start, how about promising yourself to make unique and exciting upgrades to your home? We’re not talking about spending money on laboring projects, we mean focusing on refreshing subtle design improvements. Here are 5 interior design resolutions that can kick start the new you in the new year. 

New Year New Space
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Declutter New Year New Space
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Declutter, edit, and organize.

If your main goal is to renew your space, then start by decluttering your home. It’s best to edit your environment first, before revamping your design style. Once you feel like you have gotten rid of the clutter, then it will be easier to reorganize your space. 
Decorative Accents New Year
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Switch up your decorative accents.

Sometimes, all you have to do is change the small things to make a big impact. A couple of new accent pillows with geometric patterns, or changing up your picture frames to a more modern and clean look, or even replacing your light fixtures, can make huge improvements in any room. 

Pop of Color New Year New Space
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Play with new colors.

If your go to design colors are mostly neutral colors, like grey, beige, brown, white, black, etc., then now is the time to introduce a bright vibrant color to your home. A pop of color –  in any room – is the simplest way to freshen up your space.

Quantity New Year New Space
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Invest in quality instead of quantity.

Invest in quality pieces that will enhance the way your space looks and feels. You don’t need to do this all at once – take your time – promise yourself to invest in one or two pieces every year. In five years, you’ll own a collection of timeless pieces of furniture. 

More Greenery New Year New Space
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Incorporate more greenery.

Adding more greenery into your home will reenergize your space and bring in new life.