Spice up your home this summer with some inexpensive and creative decorating ideas. Bright colors and nature-themed items will go a long way to summer decorating on a budget. It’s simple and will bring a smile to your face.
1 – Accessorize with fruit
This fresh take on styling for the summer is super easy to do. All you need to do is add a bowl of fruit to the table and voila! It will brighten up the entire room in an instant and make your guests feel at home.
2 – Beautify with plants
Vertical gardens are perfect for small homes. You can try hanging a few potted plants, a glass terrarium, or a cloth pocket planter to give your space that extra pop of green. Plus, it’s a great space for kids to learn about plants and how to take care of them.
3 – Store it in baskets
Designate a place to store your summer gear, like a large wicker or seagrass basket, and it will only add to your seasonal décor. Best of all, by storing your stuff in one place, you won’t have to search for it every time you need something. Because summer decorating can be both practical and attractive.
4 – Brighten up with color
Add a splash of color to your home with fun posters, knickknacks, bowls, throw pillows and towels. You’ll have that room looking summery in no time!
5 – Daydream with an ocean theme
If you’re the kind of person who spends your days dreaming of the wild blue seas, then why not bring a nautical theme to your living room, bedroom, or bathroom! Look for wall and shelf décor made from driftwood, shell, coral, brass and nautical rope materials. Some fun items for a nautical touch are a wooden ship’s wheel, a miniature ship, a lighthouse lamp, or seashell lights.
6 – Maximize your porch
Add some wicker furniture to your balcony or porch as part of your summer decorating plan. It will make a nice break during the day where you can enjoy a snack outdoors and take in the fresh air.
7 – Decorate with flowers
Why not try decorating with flowers to make your house feel like summertime? Bright colors, a mix of patterns, and flowers everywhere—real, painted, and printed—make the living room cheerful and playful.
So there you have it. Seven great ways to bring summer into your home when you might not have the time or money to get out as often as you would like to. Instead you’ll find peace and serenity within your own space where you can kick back and relax.
Now it’s time for you to get started summer decorating with these budget-friendly tips!
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