Small Changes to Make Your Home Feel Brand New

Hi everyone! Welcome back to the blog, today I’m sharing small changes you can make to make your home feel brand new.

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Have you heard of the “1% better every day” concept?

What if you applied a similar concept to your house? Every day, do something to make it 1% better (even if some days that means folding the laundry right when it comes out of the dryer – is anyone else guilty of not doing this?)

Here are 8 small changes to make to your house to make it feel new in ‘22!

1. Replace cabinet hardware – This is such a game changer for your kitchen and bathroom aesthetics

2. Add a statement mirror – I’m currently loving the floor length arch shaped mirrors and the gold arch from Anthropology.

3. Invest in new window treatments – Pro tip: hang them higher than the windows go to create the feeling of higher ceilings.

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4. Update light fixtures – Start with the entryway and work your way through the home to see what other spaces might be in need of a little glow up.🤩

5. Add a new plant (to every room) – Plant life is trending in interior design this year and brings so much life into a space. The other day I added a small faux olive plant to my nightstand and it made such a difference in the warmth of my bedside!

6. Add an area rug that fits your space for an updated look – Check out Ruggable – they’re machine washable so perfect for pets and kiddos.

7. Replace light bulbs – Get all matching bulbs and brighten things up!

8. Upgrade your linens – You deserve to sleep in luxury! My current favorite for sheets is Brooklinen Luxe Sateen and I’m also loving Parachute for bedding! *Go neutral, especially if you’re thinking about selling this year!

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Which one does your house need most?

Well, that’s all I have for you today. If you take anything away from this, I hope it’s that improving your house doesn’t have to be done all at once. Take it one small project at a time, and enjoy the luxurious feeling of your improvements little by little. Or 1% every day.

Okay, class dismissed!

Thank you for joining me and I hope you will follow along on instagram where I share lots of behind the scenes fun. 

Until Next Time!

-Niki Luther

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