5 Ways to Elevate Your Home Interior This Summer

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The summer is a great time to rethink the interior of your home. There are so many amazing approaches that you may have never thought about that can enhance and transform your indoor living space for you and your family to enjoy. For 2020 and beyond, let us take a close look at five ways to elevate your home interior this summer.

1. Throw pillows

Throw pillows have risen in popularity over the last few years and will continue to be great pieces to add to your home. They are an excellent choice because they can be put just about anywhere and still add to your home. Toss these pillows on your couch, bed or even a reclining chair. Throw pillows come in a number of patterns and designs that are visually pleasing and are great accents to just about any room. In addition, they are highly comfortable when used as a backrest. Try to pick out throw pillows that can be used in different rooms so that you have the options of mixing it up every once in a while. Throw pillows may just sit there, but their effect on the mood of a home should not be underestimated.

2. Garden flairs

Garden flairs have been popping up all over modern homes in recent years. Everyone loves a little bit of flora indoors, but this doesn’t have to always take the form of potted plants. Garden flairs range from hanging plants to rows of soil and sprouts. The bottom line is, you want to introduce some greenery when it is least expected. Consider adding these garden flairs in your bedroom or bathroom rather than the predictable kitchen. While it can be tempting to buy small plants from a gardening store, highly consider growing your own from scratch. You will have even more control over the layout and depth of these garden flairs.

3. Photo plaques

Every homeowner has photos of them and their loved ones around the home. However, plaques take these pictures to the next level. They provide beautiful embroideries that make the photo look that much more professional. Moreover, you are able to combine multiple photos in one plaque for an effect sort of like a photo album. Plaques are fantastic for sorting through your photo collection and emphasizing the ones you truly love. In particular, heavy plaques are the most memorable. They can sit or stand on their own without any support from a handle or ledge. When you dust behind these plaques, you will reminisce about these fond memories in the past.

4. Canvas prints

Another way to elevate your home interior is with different types of art such as canvas prints. These large prints can contain a design of your choice and color scheme. This type of printing can also be very beneficial because they are created to last. Owners of a professional canvas printing service  state that their prints “are guaranteed not to fade up to 200 years.” It is important to research the right printing service for your needs in order to ensure that your art will stay in excellent condition for as long as possible. Be sure to decide what type of border would look best in each room as well. If they are well taken care of, then the intricate patterns and ink of the print will be vibrant and lasting.

5. More mugs

Last but not least, more mugs are always a good thing when it comes to your home’s interior. Mugs give off a very welcoming feel to visitors and guests to your home. It is fun to sit down with a friend at the kitchen table and show off your mug collection that you have accumulated over the years. Every time you go to a foreign country, try to collect a mug or two for your dining room. Of course, these mugs also have a functional use as well. There are some things that simply can’t be put into words, and mugs are one of them. When it comes to your home’s interior, you sometimes have to go by feel.


Right now, when all is said and done, these are some great ways to elevate your home interior this summer. This season is the perfect time for a little bit of experimentation. Think outside the box and show off your creative side as an interior designer!

About The Author: Rayanne is currently working towards her BA in English from Oregon State University. She loves to read, travel, and paint. She enjoys finding new coffee shops with friends and expanding her cooking skills with her husband.
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