Are You Looking for a Way to Redecorate Your Home This Year?

This empty nest thing is a challenge.

You knew that when your second daughter left for college that life at your house would be pretty different. You did not realize, however, how long some of the days would be. After years of following your older daughter to club and then college gymnastics meets and going to all of your younger daughter’s high school cross country and show choir competitions, the nights and weekends now are very long. During the day you are taking more substitute teaching jobs and filling the days you do not sub with lunches with friends. When you and your husband are at home in the evening, however, you find yourself checking the clock wondering when it is late enough to go to bed.

Fortunately, you recently found a way to fill some of your time: you are redecorating the house. What started as a single purchase of a mission dresser for your maser bedroom has now turned into a whole house project. The mission bedroom furniture is especially appealing to you because of the stain color, which is a perfect match for the woodwork throughout your house. The stain is also a great match for the color of the walls that you have recently repainted.
It is a rather expensive ways to deal with the empty nest that you are now living in, but redecorating is a fun project that you never had time to even consider when you were busy attending all of your daughters’ activities.

Mission Style Bedroom Furniture and Other Pieces Can Add Both Function and Beauty to Your Home

Whether you are adapting to a nearly empty home after your youngest child goes off to college or you have the opportunity to furnish a brand new home, there are many times when mission style living room furniture can provide a great starting point. As many as 33% of respondents in a 2017 Interior Design Trends survey indicated that they would choose a neutral color palette when redecorating their home. This does not mean, however, that these spaces will be boring or flat. With the addition of a pop of color on a chair or a fabric runner on a mission dresser, you can add drama to any space no matter how empty your nest is getting.