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25 Ways to Restyle Your Home

by | Apr 26, 2015 | Decorating Inspiration

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25 Ways to Restyle Your Home

Click on each tip below to open up the link to more inspiration on that topic!

1) Study a dream house for inspiration

2) Jazz up a wall

3) Create visual flow

4) Find simple ideas for making your house cozier 

5) Create a style that evolves with you

6) Bring in some happy

7) Rearrange your shelves

8) Express your personal style

9) Add pretty storage to the bathroom

10) Reduce visual clutter

11) Make your home smell clean, cozy and inviting

12) Get inspired by your favorite stores

13) Style the backdrops

14) Get a fresh look with new finishes

15) Create a new landing spot

16) Refresh your front door

17) Update the front porch

18) Decorate with books

19) Do a quick family photo wall

20) Make an inspiration board

21) Dress up your windows with roman shades

22) Rearrange your furniture

23) Add some personality

24) Reflect your surroundings

25) Organize a drawer

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25 Ways to Restyle Your Home


  1. Karen Farber

    Great stuff! My only problem is lack of things to rearrange in my apartment, I need to go shopping for more decorations. Also, love the idea of a gallery wall in my living room

  2. Dawn Mohrmann

    Always love your tips Melissa. Hoping to participate more on your Home Love page. Have a great week!

  3. Ann C

    I just read the part in the book about motivation. For years now I have been aware of all the extra things I do when company is coming. It’s like new eyes seeing my home the way my guests will. Laughed that you use it to get motivated. Works for me!!p

  4. Grandma Honey

    I just recently discovered your blog, and I just ordered your book. So far I’m very inspired by the quick family photo wall, which I am working on now. If you don’t mind, I have a question…approximately how far apart are your pictures…and how close are they to the door molding? It looks about an inch, but is it actually further away from that? And the pictures look less than 2 inches apart….or are they 1 inch? I LOVE how yours looks so I want to do my right. :)


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