6 Ways to Introduce Color Into Your Living Area Without Too Much Commitment


We all know that it takes a certain amount of grit to commit to new colors when decorating our homes. From repainting your walls with fresh colors to introducing a new brightly colored couch, staying on the safe side usually means that you have to stick to neutral tones like greige, grey, or beige.

That’s what we thought, too, but, it’s possible to brighten up your living room with a few simple, vibrant touches, and they don’t all require you to commit too much. Here, we have listed some of how you can boost your living room with color and other accents without feeling like you’re investing too much time, commitment, or money.

Plants, Plants, Plants

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If you’d like to take the natural route to add flair to your living room. Why not add one or more plants to this room? You can never go wrong with introducing the outdoors indoors, and this method even has some benefits too. Having plants in your home can actually reduce stress, improve productivity, and even increase oxygen levels.

Do we need to mention more reasons for you to choose this method of boosting your living room? The best part of adding plants is that there are a ton of options out there that you could choose from, and there’s bound to be a handful that will suit the style of your living room.

Bold Rugs

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Sometimes, all it takes to update a room in your home is simply adding a colorful rug. A vibrant rug can add texture, color, pattern, and sometimes all three of these to a living space.

You don’t have to commit too much either as if you don’t like it you can simply move it around to an area where you find it suits you better.

Subtle Lights or Lamps

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Besides the fact that the addition of a lamp or light will brighten up your living room, it’s also bound to add a slight touch of ambiance. To make it pop, you’re going to have to go for a fun and colorful lampshade that will project its color around your entire room.

Powerful Pillows

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Pillows can be like little bits of dynamite when it comes to boosting the overall look of a living room. If you invest in some boldly colored pillows, they can do so much for a room’s overall color scheme. They can also revitalize a boring couch and bring it back to life.

Outstanding Textures and Elements

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By adding pieces of furniture, textiles, decor, and other finishing touches that all have various textures to one another, you can add a visually appealing update to your living room. This can also make a room feel a lot more interesting, homey, and enjoyable to inhabit.

Mixing vintage styles with modern ones can also easily boost the overall look of your living area.

Wall Art

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Artwork is a lovely way to add color to a boring plain wall. It doesn’t have to be expensive either, as you can even opt for biodiversity botanical posters if they suit the other elements in your living space.

3 Outdated and Overdone Bathroom Design Trends That Are No Longer Trending

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One could say that bathrooms are equal parts utility and sanctuary. Essentially, they’re the place where you can light a candle and wind down from a long day, but at the same time, it’s the exact spot where most of your grooming and getting ready for your day (or bed) happens. In terms of aesthetics, we do want our bathrooms to feel welcoming and serene, but, at the same time, they need to be functional.

3 Outdated and Overdone Bathroom Design Trends That Are No Longer Trending

15 Home Trends That We Wish Were Already Over

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The home design trends that are so popular today will be out of style tomorrow. The “in” styles usually start at the designer level before trickling down to the public. It’s helpful to look ahead at the next trends when having work done for your home. What’s in today among the public may already be on its way out and no longer be used by designers.

15 Home Trends That We Wish Were Already Over

12 Household Items You Can Throw Out Today (You Really Don’t Need Them)

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Do you feel sometimes like all you ever do is clean up and put away clutter? No matter how big your space is, it seems like all of our “stuff” just takes over, making it harder and harder to have a clean and tidy space.

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20 Areas of Your Home That Need a Spring Clean the Most

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As the season changes and the days grow longer, breathing new life into your living space with a thorough spring cleaning can be just what your home needs. While cleaning every nook and cranny might seem overwhelming, focusing on specific areas can make the process more manageable and rewarding.

Here are 20 home areas that could use extra attention during spring cleaning.

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5 Ways to Easily Declutter Your Home

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Have some New Year’s Resolutions? Is one of them making your home less cluttered and more streamlined?

Having an organized and decluttered home is important for mental health and a great way to make your life more organized and calmer. You can also sell your extra stuff and make some extra money.

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