Southwestern home decor is improving in popularity recently. One of the easiest ways to get into southwestern decor is to try adding a few area rugs to your home.
I’ve never thought of myself as an innovative person when it comes to Décor. Even as a child, I have memories small competitions with my cousin on who could create the “coolest” room for their Barbie. It never failed that my cousin’s room was the better decorated one. It seemed liked she had made all the best choices when we were taking turns picking furniture pieces, she used the space in ways I hadn’t thought of and her room always seemed to scream out how cool and outgoing she was and how “plain” I was.
This might seem like a lot of insight to get from such a petty competition, but it’s this memory that I held on to that allowed to me think I lacked creativity. After all, I knew it wasn’t f lack of effort, it was everything to me to win best room, at least once! For years I allowed those memories to re-surface and dominate instead of embracing my own personal style and allowing my décor to really speak about who I am. I now realize décor has a deeper meaning than simply having a room others’ see as “cool”. It’s a way of organizing, that allows me to express and sometimes show-off my own values in a creative way. One of the easiest ways to add style to your home is to add southwestern area rugs from Southwestern Rugs Depot to your home.
It’s all about creating YOUR own space! A place makes you feel good, helps you stay focused on what’s important in your own life and makes visible, to yourself or others, who/what you love the most. We may always be judged on what we wear, how we speak or our beliefs but it’s important to stay true to who you are. I now take the same approach with décor, whether I use the color of the room to create a feeling of warmth, motivational posters to help encourage me to keeping going, add my favorite piece of furniture to make me feel comfortable or surround myself with pictures of favorite people and memories, it’s all a choice I make to express who I am and where I am going.