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The 24-Hour Summer Makeover Your House Deserves

Jun 21 2014 - 8:51am

Our idea of an endless Summer can be pulled off in just a day — no time-consuming DIYs or budget-busting decor necessary. It's all about easy switch-ups that will shake off the Spring showers and add instant cheer. Now that the weather has warmed up, it's time your home has too!

Source: Domino [1]

Try the Jungalow Trend

Fitting for Summer, plants are one of the easiest ways to make a home feel more lived-in and relaxed. Try the the jungalow trend [2] this season, hanging a few wall planters complete with low-maintenance air plants.

Source: Justina Blakeney [3]

Invest in an Indoor-Outdoor Piece

Investing in pieces like poufs, ceramic stools, or a few durable pillows are worth the money because of their indoor-outdoor versatility. For even more ideas, see our entire list of versatile Summer decor [4].

Source: Sharla Pike [5] via Style Me Pretty [6]

Lighten Up on Linens

Now that the weather has warmed up, pack away the blankets! Ditch the duvet for a light quilt or swap your current comforter for a linen option (we love this affordable pick [7]). The overall look will be light and airy!

Source: Domino [8]

Brighten Up Your Desk

Let's get real: no one likes to work in the Summer. But if you must, ensure your work space is cheerful with a few bright accessories like colorful dishes [9] or these accessories under $20 [10].

Source: Domino [11]

Inject a Pop Color

Now is the perfect excuse to experiment with color. A few bright accessories (consider these patio updates under $100 [12]) can make all difference both inside and out. Still need convincing? Here are 10 reasons to embrace colorful decor [13].

Source: Domino [14]

(Re-)Hang Your String Lights

Unpack those string lights from the holidays and start hanging! String lights offer an instant alfresco vibe, whether you hang them inside your apartment or outside [15] on your deck.

Source: Hello Love Photography [16] via Style Me Pretty [17]

Switch Out Your Art

Can't make it to the coast? Some beach-inspired art [18] should do! It's an easy option that will have a big impact, especially in a dark space.

Source: Sarah Winchester [19] via Style Me Pretty [20]

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