3 Tips for a One-Item-Remodel

When you think about remodeling your space, it sounds like a lot of work. Doesn’t it? What if we told you that we could help you remodel your space with only a single item?

Well, whether your space needs more color or more attitude, our interior design experts can confirm that it is possible to transform the vibe of a room with just one new accent or occasional chair. In fact, one design expert, who has over 20 years of experience at Furnitureland South, confirmed that customers could “certainly take it up a notch” simply by adding or exchanging one item in their living room’s design.

Here are a few easy and practical tips to complete a one-item remodel for one of your most inhabited in spaces — the living room:

  1. Remember your space.

Your original room design was chosen because you like the furniture pieces and their relationship to each other. To add to that space, look for a new item that pops, but still echoes the style you originally curated. For example, if your style is modern, consider adding a pop of color or an eclectic occasional chair.

  1. Consider your surfaces.

It may be that the biggest one-item change you can make, isn’t an out-of-the-box idea at all. Look at the walls and the floor of your living room. Are they bare or outdated? Rugs, patterned wallpaper, decals and wall décor are all great ways to dramatically change the atmosphere of a room. Take a step away from neutrals and into a bold new design.

  1. Don’t over think it.

Sometimes the best change you can make is the smallest change. Look around and figure out what accessories, such as throws, pillows or light fixtures, could be switched out to add a new charm to your space. These items are also small enough that there’s no need to be shy about their fun, funky designs. They’re also low-commitment pieces. They can be switched out as often as you like.

However big or small your remodel project is, Furnitureland South is here to help. We provide the freshest colors and newest designs in rugs, accessories, occasional chairs and more! To find your personal Design Consultant to help you make your one-item-remodel a success, click here!

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