July 8, 2015
Spice Up Your Home With Simple Decor Updates
Changing up your living space can be refreshing. If you are tired of your space, don’t underestimate the power of a few small changes. Revamping your home decor doesn’t have to be expensive and it can be fun!
Update your entrance
Start updating your home by changing the first thing people notice when walking up to your house, the door! Wreaths are simple to make and can be customized for any season. Simplify your wreath making experience by using a foam form and adding simple objects like yarn, flowers or burlap. You can also use foam balls, ribbon and a pot to make a topiary for your entrance.
Change your dining scenery
The decor sitting in the center of your dining room table can make a big impact on your dining experience. Using a foam base can make casual floral arrangements quick and easy.
Add a statement piece to your coffee table
Fill a bowl with decorated foam balls. You can get creative with color, patterns, textures and sizes. Go for an odd number, like three or five, rather than more traditional pairs. Use your favorite pattern or texture to cover the foam and add instant excitement to your coffee table.
Replace bedroom decor
It is important to keep your sanctuary up to date and unique to you. Cover sheets of foam in your favorite fabric for a crisp look that won’t damage your walls. You can also place succulents on your bedside table to experience a tranquil and refreshing sleeping space.
It’s easy to update when you make your own decor
Crafting your own unique decor allows you to take the vision you have for your home and make it a reality. It’s all about details! From small table displays to personalized wall decor, give any room a fresh look with simple home projects. Utilize crafting materials that are versatile so your customized decor is easily made. FloraCraft(r) Foam can be used for centerpieces, wreaths, wall art, holiday decorations and much more. Check out tutorials from the crafting experts at makeitfuncrafts.com for inspiration and follow Make It: Fun(r) Crafts on Pinterest to keep ideas flowing into your home.