9 Ways To Add Color To Your Home Without Any Commitment
Look, I get it. Commitment is scary. What if you wake up tomorrow and change your mind? What do you do then? You are young, you don't want to put all our eggs in one basket just yet. Well, when it comes to something like painting your bedroom or buying that green couch you've fallen in love with, I have good news. You don't have to settle down if you down want to. Here are nine ways to incorporate some color into your home with incredibly little commitment.
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geometric art prints
Hanging a few art prints is one of the easiest (and most temporary) ways to bring color into your life. Etsy has some awesome prints (not a surprise) including this geometric one.
Geometric Art Print, HannahDansie, $25, etsy.com
more geometric art prints
If you are looking for even more color, then this mid century art print is for you. It’s just large enough to add some personality to your living room but still small enough to be taken down and hidden behind the couch if you decide you need to break up.
Art Print from DeltaNova, $34, etsy.com
diy triangle shelves
diy transparent ice cream art
metallic gold and aqua lamp
I am a big fan of the metallic gold trend that's been popping up lately and this lamp from the Oh Joy for Nod collection is a great way to integrate it into your space.
Oh Joy for Nod lamp, $35, landofnod.com
french bulldog area rug
Society6 recently starting selling area rugs, which means that my paycheck is about to disappear quickly. It is impossible not to love this aqua french bulldog combo.
Bulldog Area Rug by Anne Was Here, $28, society6.com
While you are adding that rug to your shopping cart, throw in one of these clocks too. They're both functional and beautiful.
Various clocks, $30, society6.com