3 “Snowed-In” Projects to Complete This Winter
Middle Tennessee has had a calm and beautiful winter, haven’t we?
Of course, we haven’t!
Last week, our entire region of Tennessee was pummeled by ice, freezing rain, sleet, and snow. Schools closed for the week. Businesses shut down or closed early. Events were cancelled or postponed. For a week, our entire region was stuck inside, catching cabin fever.
Maybe next winter, you’ll have time to plant a winter garden or redecorate your patio. In the mean time, thaw out and try these interior projects in your Middle Tennessee home.
Add Wall Decals To Your Rooms
If you’re not a fan of painting or wallpaper, wall decals are your ideal decoration alternative. You can find wall decals of all styles, patterns, and types!
Wall decals are perfect for every room in your home, including:
- Master Bedroom
- Children’s Bedroom
- Living Room
- Man Cave
- Game Room
- And More!
Light Up Your Home
Now, we’re not talking about changing the light bulb in your living room lamp. You can do that anytime!
Take a walk around your home and find troublesome lighting spots. Is your home office too dark? Perhaps there’s not enough natural light in your living room. Take your snowed-in day (or in our case, week) to come up with a new lighting plan for your home. Consider the type of lighting, the style of the lamp or overhead fixture, and where it is needed.
Consider adding these elegant, but trendy, hanging lights to your kitchen. They’re sure to brighten up any dreary, icy winter day in Middle Tennessee.
Get Started On Your Spring Cleaning
Since you haven’t been home in a while, between bringing the kids to school and going to work, stuff has started to pile up all around your home. While you’re snowed in, use this time to get a jump-start on your spring cleaning. Instead of scrambling to clean once the ice thaws outside, get a head start and enjoy your clean home once spring begins.
What other in-home projects do you complete when you’re ‘snowed-in’?