Today’s post is all about the home in which you will frame your favorite photo memories. Check out these tips on making your space together a happy love nest.

Decor Inspiration for Couples Moving in Together- When starting your lives together, you’ll want a space that matches the new status of your relationship. You’ll want your space to mirror both of your personalities and the shared interests that brought you together, but before you move in, you might be facing a few challenges and confusion with how to start decorating to make it feel like home. Below, we have a few tips to help you style your new place with ease, creating a welcoming space for you and your partner to enjoy.

Gallery Wall Ideas

Gallery Wall Ideas featuring Emily Henderson

Pick out Furniture Together- When you are moving in with your partner for the first time, or if you are just looking to update you space, you might be finding some differences in your two unique decor tastes. You’ll want to find a happy medium that combines your two styles to make a comfortable cohesive space for both you and your partner. The best way to do this is to always search for furniture together, whether that is online shopping, browsing pinterest for inspiration, or visiting a furniture showroom together. You can also enlist the help of a professional interior designer from your local furniture store to help you match great pieces and design a floor model. Check out this article for some further tips on how to find a designer that is right for your project and your budget!

Blue Sofa image credit Arhaus

Decorating with Memories- Nothing makes a home feel more put together than incorporating photos of your favorite shared memories. To incorporate all your favorite photos in a modern display, check out ideas for gallery walls that will display your photos of family and friends in a unique and stylish way. Wedding photos or family portraits are also great to display, especially when paired with artwork or accessory pieces. Another great option, are digital picture frames that cycle through multiple photos, like a slideshow. They take up less space on your walls, and are more customizable, making it easy to add new photos as you take them, without the hassle and cost of printing.

Brooklyn Apartment with feature wallimage credit Homepolish

Make your Space Reflect your Shared Interests- When you are deciding on accessories and furnishings for youspace, reflect on how you and your significant other enjoy spending time together or what types of interests or hobbies you share. If you enjoy watching movies or television together at the end of the night, you might want to invest in a cozy living room set and big screen TV. If you are an outdoorsy couple, perhaps an outdoor patio set where you can enjoy cookouts together or with friends. Or if you like to travel, fill your walls with photos of your favorite destinations. If you take the time to think over your passions as a couple, you’ll be surprised how many great ideas come to mind able to set the best intentions for you space.

Love Nest Coastal Home Inspiration

 image credit Arhaus