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July
26

Home Decor Tips

Part of homeownership is getting to redecorate your place and make it a reflection of your style. As you consider various trends to add to your home, you may come across one that is becoming more and more popular, known as cottagecore, which is a home decor journey to a cozier time. If the homes you are asking our brokers to show you are perfect for adding these design touches, you're on your way to having a cottagecore inspired home. Follow these tips below.

  • Take Inspiration From the Past
    As we mentioned before, cottagecore embraces simple living from the past. How you incorporate this blast from the past is completely up to you! Maybe you'll go all out with this decor style, and only use muted tones and wall art. Or maybe you prefer to just make your couch and blankets follow this style. Add antiques or just books and knick-knacks that have been in the family for a while. Your cottagecore inspired room provides a perfect setting to display them.
  • Embrace Simplicity
    Technology is all around us, and this design style offers a retreat from it. This could be part of the reason this trend is becoming so popular! Part of embracing cottagecore home decor means unplugging and highlighting simple living. When incorporating cottagecore interior design trends, necessary technology will often be hidden in various clever ways. That way your TV isn't a jarring addition next to your woven blankets and simple artwork. Stay away from the cold, sleek surfaces that are more popular in modern decor. Instead focus on incorporating elements such as wooden features, the natural textures of organic materials, and the cozy atmosphere they bring. 
  • Take Cues From Nature
    To embrace nature with your decor, the interior of the home should blend with your home's exterior. Accomplish this by using muted colors, natural materials, house plants, and fresh or dried flowers. One way to bring the outdoors into your decor is to possibly add in a small herb garden. Herb gardens are easy to add to your office or kitchen because they take up minimal space and don't require a large amount of upkeep. An indoor herb garden can provide just the right touch to a cozy kitchen. You'll also have delicious fresh herbs to take your cooking to a whole new level. 
  • Add Vintage Touches
    Part of embracing the past means that antiques are a huge part of this design style! Don't worry, though. You can obtain the vintage look without spending a huge amount of money on antiques. To get the look you're seeking, focus on lines, wooden frames, and natural textures. Consider a trip to your local antique shop and scope out options there that you can add to your current decor. Or look at upcycling your current furniture with different stains or upholstery. 
  • Have a DIY Attitude
    A cottagecore style means you can also highlight your crafty side! Show off your creations and use them as a part of your decor. Have you learned to embroider or sew and have pieces that would look good in your living room? Find a rustic frame and proudly hang it on your wall. It's not just arts and crafts you can display. Did you recently start a garden? Store your homegrown fruits and veggies in wire baskets on the kitchen counter. Not only do these methods add to the decor of your home, but it also helps highlight your interests and hobbies in a new way!

Our team can help you find a home for you to decorate with your favorite home decor style. Contact us when you're ready to start your search for a new home in the area.

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