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Create Summer Inside with These Freshening Tips

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Summer goes by way too fast and it will be over before we know it! The best way to liven up the rest of the season and carry the colorful and bright summer vibes into fall is by furnishing your home with the textures, colors and feel of a beautiful, sunny day. With these design and decorating trends, you can carry summer home:

Fresh Flowers
Be inspired by the outdoor landscape and vibrant flowers during this summer season and bring a little piece of that lively nature indoors. Flowers and plants can be arranged around the house in pots or use enticing,  brightly scented herbs. If you, or someone in your home, deals with allergies, consider life-like artificial flower decorations.

Fresh Air
One of the best feelings in summer is a cool breeze on a hot, sunny day. You can enjoy that feeling even more with storm doors or window screens that offer that increased ventilation.

Fresh Décor
Summer might just be the right time to redecorate your home with those bright, summer colors. Mix outdoor furniture within your home to create a seamless transition between your lively indoor aesthetic and the outside. Pastel colors are also a great look for a living room or kitchen in the summer, inviting guests in and making a cozy and cool atmosphere.

Fresh Paint
Are there some areas in your home where you spend more time during the summer? Maybe a four-seasons porch or even your living room? Consider giving this room a 'summer face-lift" with a fresh, summer-inspired paint job or some vivid wall art.

Keep it bright and fresh this summer with these tips on making your home Summer Central! If you have any questions about how to update your windows, doors or home design, visit us at our Wellesley showroom or give us a call at 781-239-1161. You can always schedule an appointment with us online too.

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