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Too many times, I've talked about interior design with someone and been told "I don't really have any decor in my house because I don't know how to decorate", or, " I have no ideas, I don't know what to do for decoration". If this is also your case, well, I have some suggestions for you! Obviously, I'm not talking about big renovations, but rather some ideas so that you can bring a little touch of design to your rooms.


1- Plants


 Plants are a great addition to bring life and warmth to a room. Whether you have a green thumb or not, you will certainly find the type of plants that suit you. If you're one of those who can't keep a cactus alive, don't dismiss the idea right away! Indeed, there is a very beautiful variety of artificial plants and they are so real that it is to be mistaken. No kidding, I've already been caught! Also, if you have a room that offers less natural light, faux plants will be the ideal choice. Now you have to decide if you want a hanging plant, a potted one or a wall mounted one. Choose according to your needs. For example, if you have a large room and are looking to fill the space, a large potted plant might be just the thing for you. Conversely, if your room is rather small, why not opt for a pretty plant hanging in the corner? Finally, if you are looking to dress up a wall, you could equip yourself with wall brackets to hang several small plants (a shelf would do the trick too).


2. Candles

Candles have this power to create a cozy atmosphere, to make the atmosphere warm. Some are only decorative, while others are also fragrant. There are also some that have aromatherapy properties due to the essential oils they contain. If you opt for these, I advise you to place them in strategic places. That is to say, if the candle has calming properties, it would be good to place it in the bedroom or near the bath, for example. As for the other candles, you can place them just about anywhere, as long as it's safe of course. For my part, I like to have some on the kitchen table, in the bedroom to create a romantic atmosphere, in the bathroom because I love to take candlelit baths, I even have one on my desk to warm the atmosphere on rainy days.

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3. Decorative cushions

Essentials! Accent pillows dress up a room and automatically make it more inviting and comfortable. In addition, they represent a very simple solution if you want to bring a touch of color to your decor. No need to paint the walls to have a colorful decor, you can very well have a neutral paint, but get your punch of color in your accessories, such as cushions among others. Now, which ones to choose? They come in a variety of different styles, sizes, colors and designs, which can make choosing a little difficult. My advice: go with your favorites and above all do not hesitate to mix the materials. However, if there's one fabric in particular I would recommend, it would be polyester for the simple reason that it's very easy to care for (which you'll find very handy in case of a mess). For more details on the choice of colors, I invite you to consult This article. 

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4. Blankets, throws or comforters

Ah the famous cuddly toys, the perfect complement to the cushions! They are essential to create a cozy look in the bedroom or to bring a cozy look to the living room. But beyond their aesthetic aspect, the two sets will make you appreciate your little cocooning moments even more. There is no better choice between a blanket or a throw, in the sense that the result will be beautiful whichever you choose. In general, the throw is rather decorative, versus the blanket, which can also be decorative, but which is thicker and therefore warmer. Now you could decide depending on the season for example. In this case, for spring and summer you could opt for a lighter throw and for autumn and winter for a heavier throw. For chilly people like me, a soft blanket would probably be best. Incorporate them into your decor by placing them at the foot of the bed and on the sofa so they don't look like they've been placed.


5. Tables and frames

Just like the sofa, the bed and the windows, the walls too must be dressed, otherwise the room will always seem empty. Of course, there are a multitude of options, but I will focus on two in particular, the first of which is in my opinion the easiest, the option of canvases/paints. You just have to choose the one you prefer, then hang it on the wall and you're done. Pretty easy, no? As for the second option, it requires a little more time and creativity, but is still very accessible and will certainly be worth it. This is an assortment of frames of several sizes with photos or images. Obviously, you will have to get several photo frames, the same or mismatched why not, then choose the images you want to put in them so that it is completely personalized. You can also choose some that already have their own illustration and that would be great too. For the layout of the frames, I advise you to place them on the ground and try several combinations before installing them on the wall. It is better to do trial and error on the ground to avoid making lots of holes in the wall. A nice alternative would be to put a floating wall shelf and simply put the frames on it. If you want to choose your images, be aware that there are several free stock photo websites that you can download in good resolution, at low prices and sometimes even for free. 


I hope this inspired you and that in the end, you will say that decorating is not so rocket science!