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If you are depressed, extremely excited or simply looking for a change in your humdrum life – nothing lifts spirits like redecorating your home! A change of season, approaching holiday or an organized party, by simply changing the way your home looks could do wonders for your spirits (and ego!). With the change of every season, let’s make your home the place to be….Cozying up for winters
Floating Butterfly Tea Light in Garden-Themed Gift Box (Set of Four)
Come winters and we think warmth, Christmas, the beginning of a new year and lots of festivities all the way. Perhaps this is the easiest time to redecorate as the festivities take over the house and decorations abound. If you have children at home, the best theme to follow would probably be snowmen! Different snowmen doing different things all over the house can be quite engaging and fun not only for kids but grownups as well.
Red Gold and Black Plants Wallpaper
Use heavy fabrics like velvet all over the house for that mushy cozy feeling one desires in the cold. The color of fire or a real bonfire can bring life to your home like nothing else. Wooden lamp shades and embroideries also add that festive touch! You could be different and move up on the red and gold for the décor – instead choose lime green with silver. As long as you are consistent with the colors, it will be beautiful!
Just because nature has put a stop to your garden ambitions, does not mean you give up on all that stretch of land. Create eye catching landscaping to your garden for the season and you will have a sure head turner. Add statues and metal topiary shapes to the front yard to create a magical area. Snow could collect on them and in summers they simply hide amongst the greenery!
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