Like fashion trends, home trends change almost seasonally. Honestly, sometimes it feels like the revolving door of trends happens so fast that it’s impossible to keep up. That’s why the best time to invest in trends is when you’re ready for change.

When you look at your living room, your bedroom, dining room — are you inspired? Or have you become accustomed to what you see? If your room has gotten too bland or familiar for your liking, it’s time to start considering changing up your space to reflect some newer trends. Don’t feel held back (but do your research).

There are so many options that the first thing to do when deciding how to elevate your space is not hold yourself back. Don’t be afraid to experiment with colors and textures but do your research to ensure you’re getting quality pieces you love at a reasonable price. After all, most associate nice home décor with a hefty price tag. Whether you are looking for general promotions or looking for something more specific like flyers for Structube, there are many resources at your disposal.

Add a Pop of Color

We’re all for an accent wall that instantly draws your attention, but you can do so much more. A chair with a unique color or a bed frame that isn’t your standard black or white can dramatize any space while playing off the room’s essence.

Statement Pieces

It gets difficult sometimes to break out of your comfort zone; we’ve all been there. The thing is, you don’t need to take a giant leap. Start with a small step. Sometimes a small addition like a chair with a unique pattern or a couch with a funky color that contrasts the wall is all it takes. If you’re new to the statement world, you can even start smaller with a coffee table from reclaimed wood.

Wall Art

Sometimes all a space needs to feel complete is a piece of art. An art piece can be as dynamic as a frame with Picasso’s work or as classic as a clock with gold trim. You can elevate your space with a hand-painted canvas or even a 3D art installation. The world is your oyster.

Textures to Textiles

If you’re on a small budget, an easy way to reinvent a room is by adding a colorful throw blanket to whatever fixture you’d like — chair, bed or couch. The texture from the throw will add dimension to the furniture and add to the space. If you live in an area where you experience all four seasons, play around with pillow covers. You can reuse the pillow covers every year, and it will feel like it’s a different room every four months.


Whether you have a green thumb or not, any room can be brought to life with a house plant. For some, keeping a plant alive is a difficult task, but that’s where faux plants become your best friend. Depending on the seasons, you can arrange a variety of flowers into a vase that will not only bring life to your room but bring life to your spirit.


If your room lacks windows or doesn’t face the east or west side, consider adding mirrors. A mirror not only adds light to a room but makes the space feel larger. For a more sustainable option, you can find a refurbished mirror or DIY a used one.