Whether you’ve already busted out the fall decorations or you’re clinging desperately to the last weeks of summer, colder months are upon us. Here are some ideas for making the most of warm-weather decor…unless the plastic pumpkins are already out. In that case, tuck these DIYs away for next year (or simply fall-ify them)!
The key is to dream up easily reversible—or at least stowable—pieces to appropriately spice up your home for each season (in this case, summer). Head over to our website to shop for the perfect prints for your projects! Let’s get into the ideas…
Not the most artistically gifted person you know? Same here. Our peel-and-stick wallpaper makes it easy to decorate signs, picture frames, or whatever you want without the frustration and renewed disappointment that often accompanies physically creative undertakings (at least in my case!).
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Okay, so maaaybe this one applies more to particularly motivated people, but it’s a fun idea that really wouldn’t be too much work for even the laziest among us! A season-specific kitchen backsplash? You’ve gotta admit you’ll get serious originality points. What’s a few hours’ worth of assembly in exchange for months of adorable, unique seasonal ambiance? Here’s a tutorial.
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In the same vein as changing out your kitchen backsplash, you can give summery makeovers to various household objects in your home. Lampshades, for example! Lots of stores sell them for fairly cheap, so you could decorate one (or more) for each season and just hide the ones you don’t wish to display until their time to shine arrives! Check out this tutorial if you need help.
- Leah from MUSE