There is something about the beginning of a new year that makes us all collectively want to get our lives in order. I suppose it is the looming idea of having a fresh perspective and a brand new 12 months ahead of us.. no better reminder that it is now or never if we want to enact some positive changes in your life! One of the best places to start is your home – the place where you spend a lot of time. If this space feels off or is not quite where you want it to be, let’s work together to change that. After all, I personally get a lot of my energy and inspiration from my own home and I would want the same for you. I scoured the web for 10 affordable home decor pieces to refresh your space for 2022. A lot of these are true to my minimal, clean sense of style and they would certainly add a calming ambience to your own space. Let’s get shopping below!
10 Home Decor Pieces to Refresh Your Space for 2022
Such a stunning cabinetry piece from Target’s Studio McGee line to add to your living room or dining room. The warm brown and textured doors will certainly refresh your space for the new year. You can even purchase two and place them side-by-side for a more elongated cabinetry piece.
This accent chair is such a conversation piece. The shape and silhouette is gorgeous and I love the contrast between the dark wood and the light cushion. I could easily see these styled in a living room or even a home office. This is also available in a lighter wood.
Admittedly, some of us love plants but just do have the green thumb. to keep them alive – let alone let them grow to such a large height! Sub in your dead house plants for this gorgeous faux-ficus tree from Target. Any greenery, alive or not, will work to refresh your space to make it feel more cozy and livable.
Checkerboard is a trending pattern both in fashion and in home. Rather than the stark contrast between a black and white print, I love the softer, more toned down version featured on these resin boxes from Target. You could use these storage units as a place to clear away clutter that you do not want to leave on your countertop!
Add some color to refresh your space in the bedroom by swapping out your boring bed linens for something fresh and rejuvenating. I adore these sage green sheets from the Casaluna line as they add such a homey aesthetic. The color welcomes you into the bedroom and practically begs you to warp yourself up in them!
Walmart continues to impress me with their elevated home finds. I instantly fell in love with this textured gold gingko leaf wall decor. This is such a beautiful piece that will turn any blank wall into a piece of art! I love how they styled this right above a console table.
Another, more classic way to enhance a wall in any room in the house is to add some framed wall art. I tend to prefer softer, minimal pieces that are not too flashy so I immediately fell in love with these two fruit prints. The natural wood frame also adds to the more minimal aesthetic.
Even your dinnerware could use a much needed facelift in the new year. Anthropologie always delivers the best decor pieces to refresh your space and this dinnerware set is no exception. It is crafted from stoneware so you know each piece will have a really nice, durable weight to them. The soft beige is also easy to match with ay style of kitchen.
All home decor enthusiasts collectively obsess over Anthropologie’s Gleaming Primrose Mirror but the price tag along is enough to make you audibly gasp out loud. I love how they took the same style and reinvented it into a smaller vanity mirror size so you can still bring in the same look to your home.
Even your WFH desk space could use a refresh to celebrate the new year. This is a place that can easily become messy as paperwork and other miscellaneous items can quickly accumulate. However, this streamlined, modern file sorter will solve all your problems whilst looking incredibly stylish perched on your desk. The labels, “today, now, and later” are so adorable too!
Which piece is your favorite? What would you buy to refresh your space for the new year?
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