By Laronda Dowdle. interior. Published at Thursday, June 28th, 2018 - 22:40:33 PM.
White might be bright. but bringing color in always adds more character.Your new builder-grade home probably doesn't need a full renovation. In fact. the last thing you want after the building process is to add major projects to the list of things to do. However. you can try small fixes to make what may seem like a generic home more interesting. After all. it's your personal touches that turn any house into a home!
Just keep in mind that your new hardware should still complement the existing features in your home. creating a totally cohesive look.
you can add floor (and table) feature lighting to warm up your space and illuminate some of the more charming parts of your home.A table lamp near a houseplant helps brighten up a dark corner. Or. create a comfy reading nook with an overhanging floor lamp and an overstuffed chair. You don't need to change out fixtures. and you can still swap out feature lighting whenever you want to try something different.
It's a low-maintenance centerpiece that adds the perfect pop of color.Mexican Cinco de Mayo style is all about layering! Add plenty of plants in woven baskets and hanging pots.A cactus plant is low maintenance. and adds a great Cinco de Mayo vibe to any room.2. Mix and match primary-color stripes and patternsThe quintessential Mexican blanket is inexpensive. and versatile enough to work as a blanket. table runner.