Unique Tips: Get Your Mid-Century Modern Home Ready for Summer
Let’s wrap up the week with some of the most extraordinary unique tips for your mid-century modern home. Learn how to give a fresh touch to your home and always make it feel tidy and clean, with a nice summer breeze.
Summer means fewer clothes and fewer complications. So take some time to tidy up your home and get smart on your storage options. Follow the example above and set up an entry space that allows you to keep everything tidy and clean!
KEEP A FEW ESSENTIALS
However, when you’re tidying the place up you don’t need to get rid of everything. Keep a few essentials and keep your room in a casual chic mood.
Forget oversized furniture that just clutters up the room. Go for smaller options that will make your living room feel wider and more inviting. Neutral colors also give the impression of more space, so make sure to also take that into account.
GET SOME PLANTS
And because Spring and Summer mean nature, you have to bring some of that atmosphere inside. Add a few plants to your bedroom or living room decor and see your home sparkle up!
TIME FOR SOME GREENERY
And if plants aren’t really your thing, then at least add some Greenery to your newly remodeled bathroom. You can go all out and add green tiles to all your walls, like in the picture above, or choose just a few details like washcloths or even your toothbrush cup.
ADD A LITTLE GLAM
Summer means inviting people over and having guests all the time. So if there’s a special someone you’re trying to impress, get your glam on and choose a few more luxurious items for your living room. Like a high-quality mid-century lighting design, or a marble side table.
KEEP YOUR BEDROOM COMFY
Another very important thing is to make sure you keep your bedroom as comfy and cozy as you can. Our bedroom will always be the most important space for us in our homes, so it’s important to keep it perfect.
SET UP A READING NOOK
And because reading is not only a thing for the Winter, you should also set up a nice space for your reading time. Get a place with a lot of daylight, that has the perfect sofa or accent chair for you to enjoy the best book.
Avoid using very dark shades in your home decor this Summer. Go for lighter and brighter tones such as white, beiges and some pastels. You can also use a few warm colors such as primrose yellow, pink or even flame for contrast.
KEEP IT SIMPLE
Finally, what we always say… keep it simple. Don’t over complicate and really just have fun with it, because decorating your home is supposed to be fun.
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