Bootstrapping Ideas For Your Home Through Country Decor
Home style should always be convenient according to your budget and lifestyle.
Home is the only place we can call our own. Besides having other comfort
zones, still nothing beats home. That is why any homemaker would do anything to
create a home that speaks of her utmost persona and the personas of other family
members living with her as well. For what is home if you live alone?
Styles and decorations at home differ depending on the people who dwell on
it. The look is more than anything else a collaboration among family members.
There are homes that imply a family clustered by traditions. There are homes
that showcase the modernity of their lifestyle. There are homes that are
eclectic. But whatever it is, home style should always be convenient according
to your budget and lifestyle.
This is what you call a country-home décor and style. Truly, a country décor is
a frugal way of spending money for home decoration because most of the items to
be used are handmade or handcrafted. You can either create it on your own or
purchase them cheaply. Handmade or handcrafted items are rugs, quilts, folk art,
wood items, dried flowers, branches, and other natural resources available
around you. Just out some twist on your usual creativity.
You can make quilts with old or worn-out clothes or fabric scraps. You can
also buy cheap quilts from some thrift store or yard sale. Folk arts and wood
items are natural endowments. Look around you for wood pieces that may look
great as side chairs. You can nail it all together and make a nice wooden chair.
Similarly, you can check out crafts stores for cheap wood décor stocks.
However, there are three important elements to consider when you decide to
change or start a country décor. These are the components of color, space, and
clutter. With colors, you need to simplify the choice of color ideas. The best
thing is to make your textiles in neutral color. Next is to add up some colors
in little prints.
De-clutter your home. Get rid of those home pieces that annoy the current
country atmosphere that you are working on. Transformation is in the offing, so
do not be too attached to your old home pieces.
Think about your new space. Decorate the space again with your large-scale
types of furniture or farm pieces of runners and hutches. Do not overdo the
room. Remember you have just de-cluttered.
Fixing your old home and transforming it to a totally new house with country
décor and atmosphere should not be such of a worry. If all of you at home should
work together and share ideas on how to mix things up for that country, homey
feel, then everything is going to turn out fine. Remember to just put a little
more creativity to your old pieces and ideas but at the same time not overdoing
Home is more than a dwelling place to eat, sleep, and do household chores. It
is a place to bond, to love, and to be loved as well. So putting country décor
in your home should be as easy as sharing love to one another inside your home,
where everything comes out naturally.