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So hello, everyone.
This is for lisa and I'm going to give you a brief overview of what we have going on in our spring, slash summer, living room, I'm, getting ready to go into full summer mode.
So I've thrown in some summer decor accessories in this setting so I'm going to start over on this end, if you're not a member of the home bodies, family, go ahead and hit that subscribe button.
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So if you're not following me over on instagram, you're missing out on what's going on with me on an everyday basis, because I do a lot of stuff over on instagram every day.
And sometimes I post twice a day on instagram.
So I'm gonna start over here on this side, I'm going to start with the drapes actually I'm going to start with the rods.
Those rods are double rods.
Let me see if I can show you, uh, the rods closer.
So these are double rods.
And I planned on adding me a pair of white sheers on the second rod set.
But I just haven't gotten around to doing that.
Yet those came from bed bath and beyond they're super super useful.
You can either use them single rods or double rods.
And when I purchased those, they were 50 off.
I think I paid about 25 bucks for those rods now moving on down here.
Let me see if I can clear this up for you let's see here.
Okay, loves I was trying to actually get this glare off of the camera, but I can't because we're right here by two windows.
But these flowers actually came from michaels.
I really really love these they're.
So pretty look how vibrant this orange looks here.
And these are the tropical ones that I threw in this and this and of course, these leaves here now this vase here, love this.
Face, I had it for maybe four or five years.
It, came from z gallery.
My accent table, also came from.
I have those white ginger jars there.
Came from bed bath and beyond my chair.
Came from style.
Up court my pillows.
These pillows came from a young lady.
She gifted me.
The these over on instagram is ideal home decor.
Now you can get two pillow covers for 40 bucks, which is these are like 24 by 24.
You can't even get this big size on amazon for that price.
And these are luxu luxury pillow, covers they're, not cheap like pulling off on the side like some of those pillow covers you find from amazon.
But yeah, they're very nice and very affordable that's.
Why I like them the throw came from home goods.
Now the wall art that you see on the wall actually came from pier one several years ago.
And my drapes came from amazon.
My lamps are from home goods.
The candle holder on the side is from bath and body works.
And though that's my homere end table there.
Those are some really nice end tables, I'm going to show you my other one on the other side.
If you notice this marble here is really pretty with a lot of details in there and it's the shiny glossy look.
But the other one is a matte color with less details, but either way I like them, but they just don't match these pillows here really cute came from home goods.
This pillow here came from z gallery, here's.
Another, one of my ideal home, decor pillows and the same pillows over on this side.
And here you see the other end table here.
It has a matte finish in the marble with just a tad bit less marble and here's.
My little flower here came from michaels.
And my candle holders.
Now these candle holders actually are water globes.
I can turn it on for you.
So you can see how that works, and they are plastic they're, not glass.
So stepping back here, the wall art came from home goods, my couches from rooms to go.
And my coffee table is from z gallery.
At one point they had these 40 or 50 off that was awesome.
And I shared it with you guys on the community tab, if you were able to get one comment below, and let me know if you were able to get one of these coffee tables, because I did get notified that like three people ordered this coffee table with my link.
And I, thank you guys so much for using those links when you use the links that I provide I do get commission from those purchases, which helps me to be able to keep my channel going and to keep doing my post here on youtube and instagram and even tick, tock I'm on tick-tock.
So those vases that you see on my coffee table had them for a little while they came from z gallery.
These super cute brad's candle holders came from cb2 I'm thinking about taking them back.
If I take them back I'm going to take them back tomorrow because they're brass, and I don't know how to cure for brass, and I've tried to clean them and it's like the more.
I wipe the more they get messed up.
So I'm, really not feeling that.
And over on this side, my infamous mirror that I've had forever, and I've never moved it because it's so heavy came from z gallery.
All my flowers that you see came from michael's the hobby lobby.
My ginger jar came from home goods.
The accent cabinet came from at home.
And yeah, oh this came from ross.
This was a ross fine here.
This was a ross fine.
And how awesome is that fine? Okay, love so moving over on this side, this wall art came from at home.
My sconces came from z gallery.
The candles the orange candles on the sconces came from home goods, the ginger jar as well as these vases here.
The bigger ones came from z gallery.
The smaller ones came from cb2.
These have like a goldish brownish looking top and like a black bottom.
But these are all clear glass here.
My entryway table came from rooms to go the two vases on the side at the bottom came from burlington.
My tray in the middle came from z gallery books from stage my nest on instagram.
She gifted me those and the mini ellipse face came from z gallery.
And everybody knows, I love the tropical theme.
So I threw these beautiful, beautiful, picks in here.
These came from the gallery.
I've had them for several years this.
These were brown or creamish.
And I spray painted them.
I did a diy over on instagram.
Your girl did a diy everybody knows.
I am not a diyer.
I probably can if I sit there and focus, but I don't have time to sit there and focus to try to make nothing.
I just like to spray paint stuff.
So yeah, these these actually came from heb these bamboo sticks, they came like it's like 10 in a set for five dollars.
If you have a local h-e-b, you can go grab them because on amazon, they were more higher on amazon.
And when I saw my h-e-b, I grabbed them up.
So this is a chain like vase.
This came from cb2 as well.
And this came from home goods.
And that pretty much sums up this room everyone.
I hope that you all enjoyed this too this tour, comment below.
And let me know what color you want me to do next I'm thinking about going with yellow just comment below let me know what color you think I should do next or what color you want me to do next, and I will go for it as long as I don't have to go out and buy anything I'm, not buying any more home decor.
My she shed is overflowing with decor.
I need to have a garage sale of some type.
So yeah, as long as I have the color, I will definitely go for it.
See you all in my next video bye.
- Decorate with second-hand, vintage, and antique pieces. ...
- Skip mass-produced pieces and be unique. ...
- Never underestimate the power of art. ...
- Add panelling to your walls. ...
- Play with textures. ...
- Pay attention to details in textiles. ...
- Switch off your 'big light' and perfect your lighting.
- Add some lighting fixtures. Save. ...
- Try a dark paint color. Save. ...
- Don't forget to accessorize. Save. ...
- Add window treatments. Save. ...
- Decorate with plants & flowers. Save. ...
- Metallic finishes always looks good. Save.
Large art, luxe textiles and upholstery, glam accessories, plush window treatments and statement lighting are some of the elements that make a living room feel luxurious.What makes a living room sophisticated? ›
Sophisticated design is achieved through the use of vibrant color choices, rich, textured fabrics, decorative trim and mirrors and crystals. Create a space that will not only welcome guests into your home, but invite them to stay awhile.How can I make my sofa look expensive? ›
“Just add a few oversized, overstuffed pillows with different prints, colors and textures to give it some depth and coziness. Think leather, linen, and fur. Also, try draping a lightweight neutral throw blanket over the arm of the sofa.”What makes a living room look bigger? ›
Some expert tips to make a room look bigger include using lighter paint colors, hanging curtains at ceiling height, incorporating large mirrors, using multi-functional furniture, and utilizing wall space for storage.What makes a living room look tacky? ›
Bright, white lighting is a quick way to make a room feel washed out and makes any potentially tacky design decisions stand out even more. Dim, minimal lighting, on the other hand, can work in basements but can also pretty quickly make a man-cave feel a bit too much like an actual cave.
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Layer relaxed pieces with classic pieces, fitted with looser pieces, and casual pieces with dressier pieces. Striking this balance of contrasts through layering will help you integrate chic into your look while also seeming relaxed, effortless, and confident in your style.How do I look effortlessly classy? ›
To look effortlessly chic, focus on building a wardrobe of versatile and comfortable pieces that can be mixed and matched to create a variety of outfits. Choose basic, timeless pieces in neutral colors and add pops of color with accessories. Emphasize quality over quantity and invest in well-made pieces that will last.
A glam living room can range from comfortably chic to formal and sophisticated. The constant in this style is shiny elements like brass, gold, and silver; luxurious fabrics such as faux fur, silk, and velvet; and an inherent feminine flair.How can I make my room look better without buying anything? ›
- Curate a talking point with objects you already own.
- Use leftover paint cans to add color to trims.
- Rearrange bedroom furniture to aid sleep.
- Take the rule of three to your houseplants.
- Swap rugs from room to room.
- Create conversational seating.
Combining finishes, furniture and features of different eras and styles can help to create a timeless space. That's because your interior won't scream a certain time period or a design style which may be reminiscent of a trend. Don't be afraid to mix the old with the new.How to make a chair look expensive? ›
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This follows the simple rule of supply and demand. The more desirable and scarce an item is, the higher the price will be. Keep in mind that more sustainably made furniture will also be more expensive, both due to the costs of sourcing the material and the demand for more eco-conscious options.What color sofa makes room look bigger? ›
'A light-toned sofa in neutral colors, such as beige, cream, light gray, or white, can create a sense of openness in any room. These soft hues reflect the natural and artificial light that enters the room, making the space look brighter, airier, and more spacious.What colors make a room look bigger and brighter? ›
Lighter paint colors like off-whites, light neutrals, pales, and pastels give the illusion of larger, brighter rooms.What kind of flooring makes a room look bigger? ›
Think cream carpets, natural and neutral toned tiles and whitewashed wood flooring. These attractive, light and neutral colours give a room an open and airy feel, making it appear larger, whilst also drawing in the natural sunlight from outside.Where should I put my TV in my living room? ›
Ideally, you'll want to place your television away from high-traffic areas and at an angle where sunlight from the windows won't cause a glare on your screen. Feel free to experiment with placement before finding studs and punching holes in your wall.
"Too many chairs, couches, tables and decorative items can quickly make a room look cluttered and feel closed-in," says professional organizer Vanessa Hayes. "Selecting just a few pieces can open up a space and make it feel more relaxing and peaceful."What is considered tacky decor? ›
Not just out-of-style; interiors that are bizarre, tasteless, strange, and sometimes just gross.How do I make my house not look cheap? ›
You can make a house look high end on a budget by purchasing second-hand furniture, be thoughtful with your décor choices and reducing clutter. There is also a lot to be said for shopping in the sales – you'd be amazed at the high-end furniture and accessories that you can find for budget prices.What makes rooms feel cozy? ›
Rugs, pillows, baskets, blankets, furniture, & more. For example mixing a wood coffee table, with a wicker basket, a few different texture pillows, some greenery, a chalkboard, & cozy throw adds so much texture which in turn makes the space so cozy.How can I make my house look more luxurious on a budget? ›
- Paint a feature wall. ...
- Go big with wall art. ...
- Redecorate / paint. ...
- Use colour cleverly. ...
- Declutter. ...
- Decorate with candles and mirrors. ...
- Add house plants and flowers.
Layer In Luxe Fabrics
"The addition of lusher, richer textures that complement existing decor is an instant way to make any room feel that much cozier," says interior designer Caitlin Murray of Black Lacquer Design. "Fur, velvet and Mongolian lamb are my favorite fabrics to layer for that cuddled-up vibe.
You can make use of glass jars or mason jars to display your small knick-knacks. They are not only affordable and cute, but they also help you keep your items safe. Coins, buttons, pebbles, etc. can be aesthetically displayed using glass jars.What are cute things to put on shelves? ›
You may want to include books, boxes, vases, flowers, picture frames, plants and decorative objects to name but a few. ' Be sure to select a variety of shapes, textures and sizes to bring rhythm and interest to the display.What do you put on a corner shelf in a living room? ›
One of the most popular uses for a corner shelf is to display decorative items. You can use it to showcase photos, sculptures, vases, or any other type of decoration. If you have a collection of small items, you can use the shelves to create a miniature gallery.What color clothes look expensive? ›
Color combinations of black, beige, brown, gray, white and pastel colors. We believe that the colors listed above can be the easiest way to instantly change your outfit so that it looks more expensive.
Always wear clean clothes, freshly pressed, with no threads, rips, stains, or fading. Black, white, navy are always elegant colours that can make you look more expensive. Match your outfit with some assorted accessories such as a couple of bracelets and a pair of sunglasses for that extra visual effect.What clothes make you look classy? ›
Dressing classy requires a bit of modesty — no midriff-baring tops, revealing low décolletage, or mini skirts. Necklines are typically collared, boatneck, crew neck or V-neck. For some variety, you can also try square, cowl, and scoop necks.What makes a woman look classy? ›
If you're trying to be elegant, start by wearing classic styles of clothing, like knee-length skirts and tailored button-down shirts, and choosing clothes made from high-quality fabrics, like silk and satin. Never too baggy, never too tight; the clothing of an elegant woman looks like it was made to fit just her.What makes a woman elegant? ›
A woman who is elegant knows how to hold her head high with poise and confidence. This is especially important when walking around people who are strangers. By maintaining good posture and making eye contact, you show others that you are confident in yourself and your abilities.How do you look so beautiful everyday? ›
- Regularly Moisturise Your Skin. Moisturisation is crucial for your hydration. ...
- Get Beauty Sleep. ...
- Drink Enough Water. ...
- Pluck Your Eyebrows. ...
- Exercise Regularly. ...
- Use Sunscreen Every Day. ...
- Drink Green Tea. ...
- Stick to a Skin Care Routine.
- Go for fitting clothes. ...
- Wear neutral colour clothes. ...
- Wear monochromatic outfits. ...
- Choose colours that go well together. ...
- Wear glasses to go with your outfit. ...
- Match your accessories. ...
- Wear pointy shoes.
- Simplify your outfits. ...
- Accessorize with one simple item. ...
- Buy and wear timeless pieces. ...
- Choose the right colors. ...
- Go thrifting. ...
- Organize your wardrobe. ...
- Don't neglect your pants. ...
- Buy well-fitting clothes.
- Paint a feature wall. ...
- Go big with wall art. ...
- Redecorate / paint. ...
- Use colour cleverly. ...
- Declutter. ...
- Decorate with candles and mirrors. ...
- Add house plants and flowers.
- 1Paint the entire room the same color.
- 2Hang oversize art.
- 3Add reflective surfaces.
- 4Draw the eye up.
- 5Choose the right scale — and right amount — of furniture.
- 6Don't shove all your furniture against the wall.
- 7Keep sightlines open.
Age and condition. Typically, homes that are newer appraise at a higher value. The fact that critical parts of the house, like plumbing, electrical, the roof, and appliances are newer and therefore less likely to break down, can generate savings for a buyer.
- A Renovated Kitchen. The kitchen is the heart of the home. ...
- A Primary Suite. Primary suites have been a big trend for years now. ...
- Custom Closets. ...
- A Home Gym. ...
- Lots Of Finishing Touches. ...
- Great Lighting. ...
- Smart Home Technology. ...
- A Good Scent.
Luxury home price tags include factors such as: greater square footage, luxe amenities and features, premium materials, sculpted lots, prime locations, and beautiful surroundings and views. Part of what makes them “luxury” is the price tag. Luxury homes are priced higher when compared to others in the surrounding area.What color makes a room look bigger? ›
Naturally, white is an obvious choice for making a room feel bigger. It's no secret that light colors make a room look larger, especially if the space is bathed in natural light. Eggshell or satin finishes will help reflect the light, creating the appearance of even more space.
It is also good to avoid large, heavy pieces of furniture. Not only do they use up too much space in a small room, but they also draw all the focus to that part of the room. If you have tall pieces of furniture, place those against the wall to avoid breaking up the room.