Being trendy is a tough work and it’s really expensive. One of the hardest places to stay on trend is your home. Let’s be honest you aren’t running out and buying a new sofa every few months. You aren’t even buying a new sofa after you spill a glass of red wine on it. You’re flipping that cushion and hoping that no one will notice. Havertys makes being on trend, and living wine stain free not only look easy.
Fresh Pops Of Bold Colors!
If you are looking to add a few pops of color try the Colorbust Table Lamp and the Langley Bowls in a vases in a vibrant yellow. Use the Langley as a key corral in your entry way to save precious time in the morning.
Thick Cabana Stripes
Cabana Stripes a personal favorite of mine, not only do they make me feel like I’m vacation, but they scream spring. Yellow for the bathroom or dressing room to get you going in the morning and Aqua in your favorite reading nook to unwind after a long day.
Black & White
I can’t stop talking about the Allison collection. The clean lines, big bold flowers and gorgeous throw pillows add life to any room. If you want to take the drama up a notch pick up the Ambersant Canvas.
Garden Party Gorgeous
If you’ve got a brown thumb like me adding greenery can be tricky. Havertys Boxwoods get you garden party gorgeous with minimal effort. Just because they don’t need water doesn’t mean you can ignore them. Once a week you should give them a good dusting.
It isn’t Spring without a little americana, the Sag Harbor and Nantucket Bedding give your guest room a much needed facelift. I suggest mixing and matching for the ultimate nautical effect..
Now that you got the keys to spring, head to Havertys and take the runaway to your living room! For Havertys and More check out their : Website // Mobile Site // Blog // Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter
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