When it comes to home decor the options are endless and what appeals to one, might not appeal to another. But one thing remains true, unique items in your space are what will make it stand out no matter what theme you have chosen. The latest trends seem to be in neutral tones with pops of color. While shades of gray are stealing the hearts of every homeowner, it’s really the neutral color that makes the accents in your home stand out. When it comes to accents, they shouldn’t be ordinary!
So how do you make sure the latest trends don’t set your space up for bland and boring? It’s easy, everyone has something that they are drawn to that is unique to who they are. I love photography and I love to write. So I would theme my space around something like that. But maybe your interests are cycling or sewing, that uniqueness can be showcased in a lasting way.
Accents with Appeal and Function
I like to choose accents that serve both appeal and function. If you need a book holder, don’t just choose any ordinary book holder. That’s where you can get creative and unique.
When you chose items that serve both function and appeal, they stand a better chance of not looking out of place. Unique hooks, bookends, baskets, pillows, and trays can serve both purpose and appeal in your home. Even how you plug in your electronics doesn’t have to be boring.
First impressions can tell a person a lot about someone or something and those impressions are usually made at entrances. Mats and rugs are often placed in openings between rooms, entrances, and exits and even though it’s something we wipe our feet on, some funny or individualized flair can leave a lasting impression, or make your guests chuckle and lighten moods. UncommonGoods has a great selection for the unique door mat or area rug.
Don’t Forget Your Curb Appeal
When trying to bring uniqueness to your home, yards and gardens tend to fall short. Sure everyone loves a good garden gnome, but decor and themes don’t just have a purpose inside. Your green space or garden is where you can express yourself as well as showcase your sense of humor.
Whether it’s indoors or outdoors, your sense of style doesn’t have to be common. In fact “uncommon” is exactly what UncommonGoods works to help enthusiasts create. A unique space perfect to your personality and style.
In addition to these collections of truly unique products, UncommonGoods introduced the Uncommon Collection in 2015, which is an exclusive assortment of products that meet their highest standards for uncommon design, sustainability, and doing good.
What do you mean doing good?
Sometimes doing good, is Uncommon right? UncommonGoods makes a stand for doing good in this world with several different humanitarian and environmental needs. One effort UncommonGoods is proud of, is their support of the International Rescue Committee that responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises, helping to restore health, safety, education, economic well-being, and power to refugees and families devastated by conflict and disaster. I know that when I purchase something from UncommonGoods, I am in turn helping with humanitarian relief.
As an influencer, I love being able to point people interested in home decor in the right direction, and I love knowing that with UncommonGoods my passion for home decor can help the world become a better place.
What room in your home are you anxious to design next?
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