Quarantine House Projects

All this time at home probably has you looking around and considering what you can do to spruce up your home. Besides the obvious of organizing drawers, photos or even cleaning up your emails or computer files, we put together a list of some house projects to tackle while stuck at home.

Create a gallery wall:

If you have an open wall that you are unsure what to do with- this is a great option! Whether you do a bunch of matching frames or change it up with a mix of frames, art, mirrors or greenery, it makes a statement.

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Style your shelves:

Shop your own home and rearrange your shelves! Use conventional pieces in unconventional ways to spruce up your bookshelves.

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Create an accent wall:

Accent walls really add new life to a space! This sponge wall is an inexpensive way to bring in color and a fun element of design. Consider doing board and batten or shiplap if you’re up for a bigger project that is less trendy.

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Paint your front door:

If you’re looking to gain more curb appeal, painting the outside of your front door can help give new life to your home. But painting the inside of your front door can also add an unexpected pop of color inside the home. Choosing a bright, unexpected color can be a simple fix that brings instant happiness daily.

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Design trends of 2020

When designing the interior of your home, of course it’s important to choose elements that speak to you, but what about the current trends? Let’s have a look at some of the design trends that top designers are embracing this year and which ones they say are best to put behind us.

Source: Elle Decor

Which of these design trends would you incorporate into your home?

Freshen your home with new plants

Plants can be a great way to add interest to your home by bringing in color and texture. Not only do plants look nice (when well taken care of), but they also:

  • help to remove chemical toxins from the air
  • catch and digest mold spores
  • naturally humidify the air

Click here to read more about the benefits of indoor plants.

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The best place to buy indoor plants in store:

  • Home Depot
  • Lowe’s
  • Costco
  • Walmart
  • your local nursery

The best place to buy indoor plants online:

For more houseplant tips, visit PlantMom.com