A beautiful house is all in the details. Each and every decision you make about the decor in your home says something about you and your house. Each and every decision you don't make still says something about you and your house. Choose to make every detail count.
A messy house is never beautiful. Junk will always be junky. If you do not have enough storage or organization, you must make a change in order to transform you home from clutterful to beautiful. Buy the storage shelves for your garage, buy the storage bins for your closet, and buy a filing cabinet for those loads of paper that make your house messy. Organization can happen if you purchase the storage products needed to organize. Organization will lead to the beautiful home of your dreams.
Fear of Change
Okay, really? If you fear changing the consistent elements of your home as it is now, then you can never change your home away from its status of being consistently not beautiful. Change is not only inevitable, it is the key to beautiful. Your home must change frequently to be beautiful and remain beautiful. If you have a new addition to the family (a job, a child, or a pet), you must change your house! Reorganize your desk to allow you to function best at the new job. Change your home decor to keep your house beautiful even while adjusting to a new baby. If your pet ravages your sofa, don't settle for keeping a destroyed piece of furniture for the rest of your pet's life. Change is essential for a beautiful home!
Day to day a home can go from being beautiful to being trashed. One of the best ways to encourage yourself to keep your home beautiful is by offering hospitality to your friends and neighbors. If you have a guest coming over, it is highly unlikely that you will settle for the daily mediocre condition of your home. You will spruce it up and enjoy it all the more! Make yourself pick up and clean up by inviting people over!
A beautiful house is attainable and so very enjoyable! Intentionally bring your home into the realm of beautiful by considering the details, staying organized, banishing the fear of change, and by offering hospitality. Check back to the Designing Life Blog for more beautiful ideas!