“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” Winston Churchill
Try this one day: Show up at the office wearing bell bottoms and a velour shirt. Unless it was 70s day at work, you would probably get a lot of stares and a few unflattering comments. That’s because styles and fashion change and you wouldn’t dream of doing this. Yet, some people are unyielding in the way they decorate their living spaces. They are impervious to changes in styles when it comes to their homes. Some people fail to utilize fabrics, lighting, accents and furniture that were not available to us years ago.
To this end,
why not update your home to remain contemporary just as you would your clothing? You could start by creating a casual atmosphere in your home. You can also start by making objects in those spaces cleaner and more functional. Try putting your old books in a Sapiens bookcase that is clean, functional and space saving. A Sapiens bookcase is minimal looking but has maximum utility, in that it can hold up to 70 books.
Next, you could consider replacing your old chairs with sleek, Midj chairs. The bases of these chairs are aluminum but the seat and back are genuine Italian leather. Finally, you could try placing an Ozzio extendable dining table in the dining area. These tables range from a cozy table that seats two to a full length table seating six. The idea of this table is all about adaptability, style and functionality. In short, there are few things that exist in life that are static and unchanging. Your home exists in the here and now. Style and fashion are dynamic so why not make the interior of your home equally vibrant?