Cozying up a space can make it more inviting

Mar 3 2011

Some clever decorative accents and warm window treatments can cozy up a space.
Some clever decorative accents and warm window treatments can cozy up a space.
Interior designer Shiree Segerstrom believes that creating a cozy atmosphere for your home can work wonders to show the depth and personality of your dwelling. One of her favorite accents when decorating a home is the use of hard-bound books throughout. In her opinion, they beckon to visitors that they should sit down and stay awhile, according to the San Angelo Standard-Times.

Segerstrom believes creating a cozy environment requires clever use of light and space, which can be achieved by choosing the appropriate window treatments and re-purposing items to show the owner's personal taste.

"I love doing projects that are focused on the client's taste, not mine," Segerstrom told the news source. "My design projects always reflect the client's style, the architecture and location of their house."

Segerstrom also suggests adding family photos, your favorite color hues and easy decorative changes such as pillows or potted planets to create an inviting atmosphere.

If you want to add warmth and depth to your interiors, take a page out of Segerstrom's book and incorporate some wood blinds into your home. Their versatile appearance and ease of use will add style and sophistication to your home.  
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