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Seasonal To Do's

April 13, 2022

With each change in season, your home and family require a little extra attention too. Here are our ways to freshen up your home!

1. Declutter

  • The first step to making any space feel lighter is to declutter. Doing so will help your eye focus on the actual décor in your home. 

2. Introduce Color

  • Stop by your local home goods store to pick up some pastels and bright colored accent pieces to give your home a fresh touch.

3. Add Flowers

  • Fresh flowers will bring life into your home, literally.

4. Update Your Wreath 

  • Wreaths are the perfect home accessory to hang year round. Dry out a fresh wreath in a covered location for a farmhouse feel.

5. Add A Fresh Scent

  • Adding the fresh scent of peonies, lavender, or roses is a choice everyone will praise while keeping the bad odors away.



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