With the new year underway, this is the best time to invest in your mental health than by personalizing your living space with some quick and easy redesigns. Whether your living space needs a new coat of porch and floor paint or your walls just need some new artwork, there are plenty of ways to create a new style for your home while improving your physical and mental health along the way. With that in mind, here are just a few innovative ways millennials can customize their living space with health in mind.
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The term "pop of color" is one of the most cliched in interior design, but there's a reason for its overuse – it's a trick that works magic for the most mundane spaces. And you don't need to be an interior designer to make it work (though you do need a little dose of courage). While you can incorporate color in almost infinite ways, like a brightly upholstered sofa, a bold patterned rug, or a brazen backsplash – we recommend experimenting with paint. It's more affordable. It's incredibly versatile. And, if your pop of color ends up more of an eye-sore than eye-catching, it's an easy fix. We’ve compiled 8 clever ways to use paint for pops of color in your home to transform it into a showstopper.
Summer is in full swing, and it's the perfect time of year to spend as much time outside as possible. If your patio or backyard is in need of a serious makeover this year, you're in the right place! We've rounded up some of the easiest and greenest DIY patio projects to completely transform your outdoor living space. From naturally-insect-repellant plants to DIY concrete staining, this guide offers projects for any home (or apartment!) and any budget. Read our green guide to an easy patio transformation for plenty of ideas for making your outdoor space an oasis
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