April 09, 2021 3 min read
There are endless interior design 'hacks' you'll find online, and we picked the easiest, most practical, most appealing ones for you. No complicated handiwork, no expensive purchases, no shabby-looking results. Just simple, clever tricks. Try these today!
Wallpaper patterns pop against plain-colored shelves, making them an extra-attractive display.
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Decorated stairs are so unexpected -- and so stunning!
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This maximizes the illumination of the room while creating a pretty decor vignette.
Two-tone walls are in! Apply an accent shade halfway from the bottom (like a faux trim), or paint a geometric figure to accentuate furniture.
Try a color contrast, or stencil a beautiful pattern.
Use this decorative tape as trim, as paneling, or even as wall picture frames.
Such a simple swap makes your cabinets or dressers look so elegant.
Wall art pictured above: Personalized "Kitchen - Seasoned With Love" Premium Canvas
A non-working fireplace can still become a warm and stylish focal point of the room.
Wall art pictured above: Personalized Couple's Names Joined By Love Premium Canvas
Does your wall art feel a little... flat? Add dimension by hanging cute plants next to it!
Wall art pictured above: "Family Isn't Always Blood" Premium Canvas
Real hardwood is expensive. Good thing you can fake it with products like realistic wall prints. (Can you believe this wall sign below is a canvas print?)
Wall art pictured above: Personalized Rustic Family Name Premium Canvas
Tame that clutter by storing everything vertically on standing desk caddies and multipurpose wall pegboards.
Fold those blankets inside their matching pillowcases so you won't have to keep digging for the whole set in the linen closet.
Wall art pictured above: Personalized "You & Me And The Dogs" Premium Canvas
Open shelves looking topsy-turvy? Tidy them a little bit, then add small artworks and ornaments. They'll look like stylish displays instead of day-to-day storage.
Wall art pictured above: Personalized "Food, Family, Love" Premium Canvas
They'll look like works of art!
It's prime real estate for spice jars, chopping boards, pot holders, and more!
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In the kitchen, a magnetic strip can hold knives and other cutlery. In your bedroom, magnets can also be useful jewelry organizers.
Wall art pictured above: Personalized "Grandma's Kitchen - Homemade With Love" Premium Canvas
Instead of stashing everything in a drawer -- and taking forever when looking for one item -- place a muffin tray in the drawer to separate small items. Or, use small plastic cups instead.
Keep a resealable bag as an "Extras" container in your closet, medicine cabinet, vanity/dresser, and under-the-sink utility storage. When you get a spare part -- let's say an extra button or screw -- store it in the bag for easy access in the future.
Great additional storage, no additional floor space needed.
Wall art pictured above: Personalized "There's Always Something To Be Thankful For" Premium Canvas V2
There's less visual clutter when all your spices are in uniform jars and your trinkets in uniform boxes. Bonus tip: an inexpensive set of mason jars line up perfectly as toiletry holders.
Wall art pictured above: "But First, Coffee" Premium Canvas
So what do you think of these decor and storage tips? Honestly, we find them really helpful! If you have other quick tips on decorating, storage, and other home matters, do leave us a comment!
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