A few weeks ago, I asked you guys what kind of thing you wanted to see up next on the blog (here). The majority response was hands down, home decor! I was a little surprised to get that reaction, but it got me really excited to make some changes around my house!
I’ve heard from friends recently that decorating a house can be so overwhelming. One piece of advice that I like to give is focusing on one section at a time. Making one “photo frame” of the house beautiful and then moving on to the next.
Today I want to share with you one “photo frame” of my house that I recently renovated. Want to know the best part? I did it in under $100! It took some repurposing and deal finding, but I am so happy with the final results.
I am so in love with my new and improved “photo frame”. All it took was a little spray paint, and some fresh decor pieces to really brighten it up. I love how clean the white and gold look together, and adding fresh flowers and greenery always livens up a space. I chose items with defined geometric shapes for a more modern feel, while still being cozy with touches like the new rug, candles, and personal photos. Ben did such a good job hiding all of the cords to declutter the space, leaving room for styling. Now I know styling can be hard sometimes, but my advice would be to play with textures and sizes. Move things around until you are happy with the result. Neutral colors are a great go-to. Mixing in your favorite metal (gold, rose gold, copper, silver…), mine obviously being gold, really adds to the look and gives slightly more sophisticated feel.
Items Purchased for this Renovation:
*Grand Total: $92.77!*
I hope you guys enjoyed this little DIY home renovation post. Would you guys like to see more “photo frame” project? Let me know what you think. Hope you all are having a lovely day! xx