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This nourishing outdoor space from @conyeyxoxo uses boho décor finds like a patterned jute rug, wicker chairs and tables, and plenty of plants to create a little oasis.

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Who doesn’t love no-sew curtains? Drop cloths are the perfect weight of cotton for a curtain, especially for those looking for privacy. Grab some drapery pins and attach them to a rod, add grommets, and you’re good to go.

TikTok creator @beabecette shares the storage hacks that keep her small bedroom organized including under-bed storage, large drawer dressers, jewelry as décor, and the right closet shelving.

TikTok creator @purposedrivenmovement shows you how to make a DIY umbrella stand that doubles as a planter for pretty summer flowers using concrete, a bucket, a large planter pot, and a PVC pipe.

If you’re looking for a huge weatherproof wall hanging but you don’t want to break the bank, try this genius Dollar Tree hack from @evebydesigns. Using dollar hula hoops, zip ties, and faux ivy, she created a striking work of outdoor décor.

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Classic patterns, wallpaper, and all things blue and white make up the key elements of grandmillennial style according to this video laying out the décor trend in 20 seconds or less by @sincerelymolly. If you’re also a fan of all things lace and antique, this trend is for you.

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TikTok creator @houseofnickmond came up with a creative way to use a Goodwill lamp and globe by turning the globe into a lamp shade. This DIY is perfect for a classroom, kid’s room, or just for an adult who appreciates eclectic décor.

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‌When it comes to accessorizing contemporary interiors, quality trumps quantity. Choose bold, significant pieces instead of collections or knickknacks. A contemporary sculpture made from materials present in the rest of the room adds interest to console tables or credenzas.

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Wooden floors with wide planks or large tiles are well-suited for contemporary spaces. Choose wood with minimal grain and tile with little to no texture.

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Contemporary design is free of clutter and fuss. Spaces are well-defined, and sightlines flow from room to room. Fabric and finishes are sleek and smooth. Homey or rustic materials, such as quilts, traditional tapestry or needlepoint, need not apply.

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You have a range of options when it comes to contemporary lighting. Your choices are only constrained by imagination and budget.

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Less is more when it comes to hygge. Space can be decorated, but avoid creating a space that feels cluttered or overwhelming. A few rustic items work well, especially when paired with textures that are soft or cozy.

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‌In tandem with light, scent can be used to create a variety of moods. Aromatherapy offers a host of scents for any mood, and an essential oil diffuser can create aromas that may inspire, focus or relax. For example, lavender scents are known to help soothe and aid in sleep, while lemongrass may alleviate anxiety, and peppermint can help mental acuity. Essential oil diffusers are diverse in design, allowing you to find a style that matches the decor. Some may also glow, change colors and gently hum. Look for high-quality oils made from natural ingredients.

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Textured removable wallpaper gives TikTok user @riahsociety’s living room a moody look that fits in perfectly with her eclectic style. Using the paper as an accent wall also keeps the room feeling spacious while adding a darker color.

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Jessica of @the.orange.home shows how to make open shelving as beautiful as it is functional. By adding plants, décor, and infrequently used items to the top shelf, she adds a touch of style. Decanting dry goods into separate matching containers also eliminates the cluttered look of packaging.

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Prints can certainly be a part of farmhouse decor, but you must be careful which ones you choose. Any bold geometric prints or modern statement florals are out, while more traditional prints are in. Gingham, plaids and Buffalo check all work well when decorating your home in the farmhouse style, as does most other check and patchwork. You might opt for something like these Blair Farmhouse Plaid Semi-Sheer Curtain Panels in the living room or perhaps the patchwork quilt set for your bedroom.

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On one hand, rustic painted wood looks at home in farmhouse decor. But on the other hand, painted wood furniture is also a feature of farmhouse style. So try to balance the two. If you have any wooden furniture that has an unfashionably dark stain or that you just don’t like the look of as it is now, consider painting it. Chalk paint, such as The Spruce Best Home Chalky Finish Paint, is excellent to get started with if you’ve never painted furniture before.

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