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.

Themed Rooms: Movie Night

Fun family nights filled with popcorn and movies, everyone needs a cozy, homey spot to kick back, relax and catch up with the tube. Blankets and comfortable seating are a must for creating the most perfect “movie night” room, but there are some other great ways to transform a bonus room, living room or extra bedroom into the most magical, most fun room of the house! Take a look!

1. Add some curtains to the screen.

Give your movie space that extra, magical flair by adding curtains to the TV screen. Golds and burgundies are the classic color choices. Then add some pull-back tassels, fringe and make sure the fabric is of a plush, velvety genre. When it’s time for the big premiere, slide them back to reveal your big flat screen! It’ll just be an extra way to add that bit of movie-esque appeal to the area.


6 Easy Summer Centerpieces {Part 2}

Summer is here! And there’s nothing wrong with planning ahead for your summer BBQ’s and Sunday brunches. We’ve compiled a little taste of some hot, summery trends that will round out your table and add some style to any meal. Check out our picks for the best summer centerpieces and figure out how you’ll be creating some of your own! And don’t forget to take a peek at last year’s easy centerpieces either!

1. Green Apples.

All you need are some crisp green apples, pretty glass vases (funky shapes welcome) and some water! You don’t have to go bobbing for apples but this clean, modern design is great for a summer dinner get-together. Pair it with a black and white tablescape for a super contemporary feel or a fun, floral tablecloth for something more light and dainty.


Do You Believe in Luck? Bringing Symbols of Luck into the Home

One of the most common superstitions relates to good-luck charms. If you are someone who is superstitious by nature then there is no better place to carry these out then in the home. After all, why wouldn’t you want to feel lucky and at ease in your very own abode?Let’s take a look at some fantastic ways of incorporating good-luck into your interior design…



A Guide to Mixing Patterns in Your Home

Pattern mixing has become a popular trend in fashion, and it’s a trend that has carried over into home design as well. Mixing patterns in your home can help to give it a more “lived in” feel rather than looking impersonal and straight out of a catalog or window display. But there are some things to consider when mixing patterns and colors so that your rooms don’t end up looking like you just threw a bunch of things together.

Chose a color scheme.


The first rule about mixing patterns is that there has to be something that brings them all together. Having a specific color scheme can really help your pattern mixing look intentional. If you’re nervous about mixing patterns in your home, going with something simple like black and white can help you ease into it. Then just add pops of another color or two here and there with smaller items.


How To Incorporate Plates Into Your Interior Designs

From as far back as the 14th century, when Marco Polo first introduced Chinese products to Europe, plates have been sought after and prized items. Indeed, it was not until a couple of hundred years had passed that Europeans started to manufacture their own ceramics. Known with the cover-all term of china, plates, saucers and bowls all became less expensive but the plate, in particular, still retained a high degree of prestige.

In short, plates are not just eating vessels but something to be displayed and venerated. High quality fine china with intricate designs have found a place in home décor as well as high art. Even modernists, such as Picasso, worked extensively with ceramics. So, what are the best ways of incorporating plates, and other forms of ceramics, into the world of home decoration?


Fun With Red & White Prints: Ideas & Inspiration

We all know black and white is the classic pair, but a red and white duo can give that timeless touch with a bit of extra punch and pizazz. With a nice print, you get the best of both worlds: light, bright, bold and stylish all in one. Classy and contemporary, Victorian and rich, eclectic with outside-the-box flair, there are lots of ways to incorporate fun, red and white prints into the house in big and small ways. Let’s have a look at some real-life versions and hopefully inspire some redecorating!

1. Wild and Fresh.

I’m a big advocate of wallpaper. It’s making a comeback in a big way and with all the new and exciting designs, even just a book of your house should be covered with something fun. Just like this exciting and wild wallpaper meant just for this small, quaint bathroom. Reds and whites are fun and lively when put into small, busy prints so don’t be afraid to go with something this wild. Even if it’s just a small place or an accent wall in the hallway, it’s a great way to show off some personality!


Clean & Simple Foyers: Ideas and Inspiration

The foyer is the first look, the first impression and the first place to start imagining a home makeover. Since it’s the initial step inside your home for you and any guests stopping by, you want it to express the right words and feelings. And sometimes those words and feelings are chic, sophisticated, clean and simple in the most stylish ways possible. Check out some real-life ideas and inspiration for clean and simple foyers!

1. Colors.

Keep things simple with just a coat of bold paint. Keep it simple by adding a bold color to the foyer while not over accessorizing with accents or furniture pieces. Use crisp whites or blacks to balance out whatever shade you choose and choose just a side table a mirror or slipper chair and framed photo as your simple decor.


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