{decorating your home for summer}

Now that you’ve personalized your cabin, it’s time to turn your attention to getting your home ready for summer! These quick swaps and fixes will have your home feeling as refreshing as a glass of lemonade on a hot summer day!

Nothing says airy and fresh like a room decorated in white. Add a fresh coat of white to your walls or trim, and then carry the theme throughout the room with fabrics and window treatments.

Better Homes & Gardens

Subtle variations of white and cream, along with variations in fabric textures, will add interest to the space. Here are some of Hirshfield’s favorite whites:

*Note: These colors are meant to serve as a guide, colors may look slightly different on a computer screen

With the sun shining brighter, you may also want to consider adding energy efficient window treatments to your home. The Hunter Douglas Design Studio Roman Shade, available at Hirshfield’s, helps save energy (and money!) through insulation, solar heat control and daylighting. Best of all, the Design Studio Line is completely customizable! Read more about the options available here.

Design Studio™ Roman Shades with Cordlock

Summer is also a great time to venture out to a local antique store of flea market to see what you can find. Old picture frames, glassware and hardware all have the potential to add a unique touch to your space. This post from Apartment Therapy offers some great ideas on how to accessorize with flea market finds!

Apartment Therapy

One Response to “{decorating your home for summer}”

  1. Claire Tyler Says:

    Another great post, thanks for the write up! Have a great day and cant wait to see future posts

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