For many of us, our home is not just the place we live, but also our environment, interesting projects, and activities that are constantly changing. Growing up, my mother regularly renovated the room, tried new curtains, or repainted the bedroom walls to make it look as good as possible. And now when I find out I have a little less time on the weekends, my living room shelves and coffee table call me by my first name. It is always a time of refreshment, but climate change is a wonderful time to do it. And the beauty of it is that, with simple techniques to decorate your hands, you can make the place new without buying anything. All right, maybe one or two things, but the point is, you should not go out and buy new furniture to decorate your living room.
It was at this time last year that I showed you our updates in the living room… which means I’ve been craving a few tweaks to refresh things soon. I wasn’t ready to rush to buy new furniture, so I focused on small household items (think pots, candles, and coffee table books) that were cheap but very interesting. Take a look at how I set up our living room to be a multi-layered valley, climatic branches, and one-sided, non-political rag.