We all want our homes to be stylish. Yet, most of us aren't interior designers. We are everyday people and likely families that want a stylish home that doesn't break the bank. How can you achieve that? Here is three ways you can decorate with style that will always work.
Texture is a great way to decorate with any style. It can be something soft, smooth, raised, and even rough. When you look into a room, texture can be in the form of a shiplap wall, a braided pom pom throw, or a woven basket. When you add layers of texture to a space, it adds style and personality. No matter the color of a room, texture gives a room warmth that makes the space feel cozy.
Storage is essential for keeping things organized. Stylish storage not only adds texture to a space but allows you to keep things organized. It's like knocking two things out at once. Baskets, bins, and small unique containers are all great ways to decorate and organize with style.
Accents don't have to break the bank or be overly bold. Materials like copper and brass can shine and be as pretty as a bold red or blue. So if you're not really into a ton of color, try items with gold and copper tones. This large copper round bowl can add a ton of style to your kitchen or living area. It will blend well with your decor, as is, as well as, will withstand any decor changes nicely.
No matter your style and budget, if you add texture, choose stylish storage, and incorporate bright accents - you'll decorate a beautiful home with style.
There is no denying the fact that dinnertime can be difficult! However, with proper planning, you can succeed at dinnertime. One way to get a home-cooked dinner on the table is to meal plan. Meal planning allows you the ability to plan in advance, shop when you're ready, and cook when it's time. Using a meal planner is a simple way to plan out meals and a shopping list. Here are 4 homemade meals that you can add to your upcoming meal planning schedule or for tonight's dinner.
Busy day? No problem! Olivia of Primavera Kitchen has you covered with this healthy salmon recipe. It's baked in foil for extra flavor and easy cleanup. Cook your favorite veggie or rice blend for a three course meal. This recipe is also gluten-free and paleo friendly.
This quick meal is crunchy, tasty, and healthy all at the same time. Christina, of EatWell 101 prepares this dish as a one pot meal, which is great if you're short on time. Add this diet-friendly meal to your meal planner for weeknight cooking ease.
Did someone say four ingredients for a homemade meal? Joanna, of Jo Cooks, shares a delicious casserole that can have dinner on the table in about 1 hour. Chicken, cheese, enchilada sauce, and tortillas is all you need to pull this meal together. Serve with Spanish rice or black beans if you'd like.
Pasta and sausage sounds like a tasty mashup to us! Jennifer at Jennifer Meyering shares this simple and beautiful pasta dish on her blog. It also includes white wine and cherry tomatoes so it's sure to be well-rounded with flavor. Serve with fresh bread or as a one-pot meal.
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