Adulthood no longer means the years beyond 18. Rather, it represents a new phase of life – one where you feel comfortable and confident taking care of yourself. For some, that might occur after an important promotion at work. For others, it could mean moving into a space of your own.
Whatever your definition of adulthood, your home is an important way to express yourself. Though decorating your space can feel intimidating, it can also be a rite of passage. It demonstrates your personal graduation from a hodgepodge collection of silverware and mismatched sofa cushions.
Grown-up does not have to be synonymous with boring. When you call the shots in your space, each piece should reflect your personal style. Making it feel more adult simply means putting extra care and thought into the things that you choose to look at every day.
Read on to find out which items we're adding to our carts.
All Across Africa Woven Bowl - Threshold
A decorative bowl can not only reduce clutter but it also works wonders transforming your space. Place on a side table or ottoman and fill with magazines, keys, or decorative balls to add a sophisticated touch to your home. In addition, Threshold partnered with All Across Africa, a non-profit organization that empowers female African artisans to create one of a kind, handmade pieces. By purchasing one of these, you help provide for a community.
Lemon Verbena and Geranium Ceramic Face Candle Yellow - Opalhouse designed with Jungalow
Maybe a design overhaul isn't in the cards this summer, and that's okay. Sometimes, adding a simple piece like a candle is all it takes to pull the room together. The statement making design is a conversation starter, but the scent is the real star. Not too strong and not too sweet, this scent is the goldilocks of summer smells.
All Across Africa Woven Planter - Threshold
Instead of keeping your plants in their original pots, place them into a decorative planter. Worn in wicker adds texture to your space while the pops of color add a bit of fun. Another piece from All Across Africa, this planter creates a positive impact on both your home and the world.