How To, Tips, and Advice

If you’re on a budget and would like to save a few bucks (so you can splurge elsewhere), or you’re unsure of how to go about creating the functional and aesthetic home of your dreams, or you simply love the thrill of accomplishment when you do something on your own, Homedit’s How-To section of articles is the ultimate helpful guide. Here are found tips and advice for a variety of home decorating questions and challenges.

His and Her Ideas from the Bathroom to the Office

When space is sparse and the need is there, you may decide to create a his and her room to fit both of your wants. From the bathroom to the office, there are some cute and stylish ways to divide the room and keep each other’s personal space and necessities in mind. Let’s take a look at our quick roundup for some simple his and her ideas and inspiration.

1. Contemporary Sinks.

You don’t have to personalize the space, you can keep a slick, contemporary style, even in the bathroom! This bathroom divides his and her sinks with a beautiful standup shower. Keep your toiletries on your side of the room with no chance of mixing and losing.


Integrate Knits Into Your Winter Decor

During the winter months, it’s customary for many people to spend more time in their homes to avoid the cold outdoors. So it would make sense to make your home a cozier place during this time so that you can enjoy your time curled up by the fireplace or underneath blankets.

Knits are a nice way to make your home feel more warm and cozy during this time. Whether or not they contribute to actual warmth depends on how you use them. But even if they don’t, you can still use them to create a cozy atmosphere and unique style in your space. Here are a few easy ways to integrate more knits into your winter décor.


Mixing and Matching Chevron Prints and Polka Dots

There’s something so refreshing and fun about mixing happy prints. What are happy prints? Well, they’re vibrant, playful and flirty. They make your eyes dance and your rooms shine. And two of my favorites include: chevron and polka dots. They also happen to compliment and enhance each other quite nicely when paired together. They’re complete opposites but they know how to mix, match and transform a space into something magical and special. Let’s take a look at some ideas and inspiration!

1.Chilled Out Nursery.

This lightly-hued nursery feels as relaxed as a rainy day, but with the addition of the two playful prints, it adds a much needed style and pop. They play off each other well while still keep the room subtle and charming.


Decorating For Christmas: Style-Theme Ideas

It’s officially Christmastime! Yes, whether you’re reading this before or after you’ve eaten your Thanksgiving dinner for the year, in our neck of the woods, Christmas comes early. And that means, it’s time to decorate. Whether you love everything with a sparkle or only home accessories with bit of a rustic flavor, we love Christmas decor of all genres and styles. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick list of theme ideas for your to take a peek at and gather inspiration from!

1. Contemporary Geometrics.

With a bit of modern, geometric flavor, you can easily create a slick and chic (but still very festive) Christmastime flair for the house. Stick to the classic candy-cane combo of red and white, and only choose prints with sharp edges.


How to Make Kids’ Bedrooms Fun and Classic

Designing a child’s bedroom is not always child’s play! Chances are you want something that won’t go out of style in a few years, but that doesn’t mean the room can’t be fun just the way kids like it. Here are some tips to strike a balance.

Choose a Colorful Floor.

A Non-White Floor Provides a Fun Element

A floor that is painted a fun color can be an easy way to bring enthusiasm to your children’s room. It is also a practical way to hide dirt or dust, unlike white painted flooring.


How to Make the Most of an Outdated Space

Outdated spaces can come in many shapes and sizes, from wood paneled basements to midcentury kitchens to floral wallpapered living rooms.Sometimes it’s easy to just get rid of these outdated features.

But other times, whether you’re renting or are just unable to make certain changes in your own home, you have to get a little more creative. There are a few different methods you can use to make the most of an outdated space. Here are three of your main options.


Photo Collages Without Frames: Ideas and Inspiration

Everyone loves photos. Even if you don’t love having your picture taken, you love having lasting memories captured and kept to look at whenever you feel the need. Instead of doing the normal task of throwing photos into a boring frame or album, why not highlight your most favorite family and vacation photos by creating a photo collage? Mix the frames altogether and use some of these ideas as your decor inspiration!

1. Traditionally Sleek.

We love the idea of having all of your favorite family photos blown up, put onto beautiful canvases and then displaying them in a traditional, yet sleek way right inside the living room for all your guests to see!


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