Sep 11, 2014

Fall Flavor: At Home in Arkansas Guest Post

Now that everyone is getting settled back into school and Fall is (almost) underway, it's time to focus on getting your homes ready for the cooler weather. 
Regardless if you are moving or staying put, a few changes can help your home feel more inviting!

Let's focus on a few areas that are somewhat easily and quickly attainable.

 Lighting, Textiles and Art can be done on any (reasonable) budget
and in most cases will add value to your home.

 Changing out or adding a few fixtures is very easy and can change the feel of a room.
The foyer is the first thing people see when they are welcomed into your home, 
why not make it spectacular! 

Atlanta Homes


Sconces next to your bed add style and function!
Many are available not hardwired, so all you have to do is hang it up and plug it in to the outlet! 


Pillows, Bedding and Window Treatments 
are a great way to add pattern and color to your space that is in no way permanent! 

Caitlin Wilson 

Why not order a fresh new set of sheets for your bed! 

West Elm

Window Treatments don't have to break the bank. 
These fabric roman shades from ETSY add so much to this dining area for under $100 each! 


Art can completely make an otherwise plain room come to life.

Original art is my absolute favorite. 
Yes, it can be pricey, but there are many artists that have great deals. 
Especially locals that want to get their art in homes.
If you are going to splurge on one thing, do it with art.
The best thing about it is you can take it anywhere.

My client commissioned this colorful abstract piece for their family room
 from local artist Abby Carman 

Lindsey Binz Home

My friend and local artist ,Amanda Kella, painted this one. It MAKES this nursery! 

Amanda Kella Art

I hope I have inspired you 
 Let me know how I can help you make a few small changes to your home
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