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Home Hardware’s Top Trends in Home Decor

Jaylene Rice
BY Jaylene Rice
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Spring is a great time to refresh the look of your home, and there are some fun and easy trends this year to help you do just that.

Wallpaper is one of them! No, it’s not the hard to apply and hard to remove wallpaper from the 80’s and 90’s.  This new wallpaper is super easy to apply and very easy to remove. It’s application is more of a sticker adhesive now. It won’t damage walls, and there is no need to repaint when you want to take down the wallpaper.

At-home herb gardens are a great way to have fresh herbs on hand anytime you need them. Herds are a great way to add flavour to any dinner, and a quick way to change the taste of and old favourite. There are many different at-home gardens you can use to start growing inside since it’s a little to early to plant outside.

Lighting is a huge trend right now. It can be the focal point in your home...statement pieces, really. Light fixtures can be a mix of different style and finishes, or you can match them all the same. Whatever your style inspiration is, lighting is something that will make your house stand out and get noticed. 

Looking for some DIY ideas and projects? Crates are a simple and very versatile item that came make a big impact in a space. They can be used for storage on walls, bookshelves, and wall units. They can also be easily painted any colour.

Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring is another trend worth exploring. Installing it is easier than laminate, and requires no special tools. It comes in a wide variety of colour and style options, is waterproof, UV and scuff-resistant, hygienic and easy to clean, and great for high-humidity areas such as bathrooms and kitchens.

A few trendy updates are great ways to wake your home from its hibernation, and freshen up the look and feel without spending a lot of money. For lots more ideas, visit Home Hardware on Franklin Avenue!