If you are someone that has a social media account, then you have probably been overwhelmed by the sheer amount of people showing off their more recent home makeovers. Over the last year, we have all spent a lot of time at home and while the majority of us used that time to watch Netflix and put on weight, some people decided to reinvent their homes.  

One of the most recent trends that have been taking the internet by storm is matching your personal aesthetic with your house decor. Doing this has allowed some people to create eye-catching photographs, so there is no wonder why so many people are eager to try it out for themselves. Here are five creative ways to match your outfits with your home.  

 

Decide your signature color  

One of the first steps that you should make when trying to match your outfits with your home is choosing the primary color that you wear. We all have our preferences and knowing yours means that you will be able to buy the bulk of your decoration under a certain color. If you are unable to choose a color that represents your look, then pick a neutral color that goes well with the majority of your outfits.  

 

Don’t make your decor too permanent  

Something that we recommend is making sure that your home decor isn’t too permanent. It is not unusual for people to change up their individual style regularly and so it doesn’t make sense to be limited by your decorations. There are little tricks you can use to make sure that your decor isn’t extremely permanent. Something that is often done by content creators is buying interchangeable versions of decor. For example, you can buy backdrops that you can constantly change and hang in your home and they are very easy to attach to any surface. 

 

Don’t over decorate 

When people have their minds on a certain aesthetic, it is not unheard of for them to go a little crazy with decor. This is completely normal, but we recommend that you try and restrain yourself as you will only find yourself in a position where you have to replace a lot of decor in the future, which can be extremely pricey. Instead, keep your home decor minimalistic, so it will be much easier to shake it up when you feel like it. 

 

Workaround your decor, not your outfits 

Trying to match a room to an outfit can be a very difficult task, so that is why we recommend that you dress to fit your environment. Doing this will be much easier, as all you will need to think about is choosing the right colors and accessories. If you have ever tried to match your room to your outfit, you will realize that there are lots of different details that are difficult to express in your decor, so we suggest that you relax and keep it as minimalistic as you can.  

 

Patterns 

Patterns can be your best friend and also your worst enemy. Though patterns may seem like a good decorative choice, we recommend that you avoid overusing patterns as much as you can.  Depending on what you choose to wear, a bold pattern could conflict with the outfit that you have constructed, which will only throw off your whole look. If you do choose to use patterns, we recommend that you limit them to items that can be switched out and changed easily, such as pillows and throws. By doing this, you will save yourself a lot of stress in the future.