Refreshing your home décor can be easier than you expect with these affordable home décor tips.
Design expert and author Martin Amado, who is also a longtime friend, always shares the most practical and affordable home décor tips that even the design-challenged can implement.
Home Décor Trends for Spring
According to Martin Amado, spring is all about fresh pops of color. For the dining room, think citrus tones and the Amalfi coast.
For bedrooms, bohemian touches will quickly update the look. Macramé, quartz, agate, and paisley can add trendy details with accessories that are quite affordable. You can also use artwork to decorate your walls without needing to paint them.
For your patio, think about tropical vibes. Pineapples, flamingoes, and bright colors make any outdoor gathering come to life. For the beach bungalow Martin Amado decorated with the HomeGoods team, the outdoors was all Miami meets Hawaii. It made me want to throw a party!
Easy and affordable home décor tips
Here are a few of Martin Amado’s affordable home décor tips:
Move furniture around to try different looks
Don’t be scared to add a third color to a color scheme. Martin added a touch of pink with beautiful candleholders in the dining room area to add a third color to the yellows and greens.
When it comes to area rugs: bigger is better. Martin mentioned that one of the most common mistakes we do when redecorating our homes is getting rugs that are too small for our spaces.
Artwork makes a room come to life
Switch up lampshades to update your room. For spring, think floral and bohemian patterns.
Add pops of color to outside furniture with tableware, cushions, and towels.
All the home décor ideas you see were implemented with furniture, tableware, bedding and accessories from HomeGoods.
Jeannette Kaplun is a Latina mom of 2, TV host, author and blogger. She's the founder of Hispana Global and has appeared on Good Morning America, The Steve Harvey Show, Despierta América, Hoy Día, CNN en Español and The Chew. Previously she co-founded Todobebé and hosted the Emmy-nominated Viva la Familia TV show on Univision. Jeannette's work has been featured in prominent media outlets such as Forbes, The Huffington Post, Today Show Parenting Team, Parents Latina, Univision and Telemundo. She has also been a speaker at industry conferences and events, sharing her expertise on content creation, branding, and entrepreneurship. She serves as Special Advisor to The Bank of America Institute for Women's Entrepreneurship at Cornell and was included in the Forbes #Next1000 2021 list. She won the Iris Award for Instagram of the Year in 2021. Jeannette lives in Miami with her family and Maltese dog, Snoopy.
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