Moving In Together? Decorating How-Tos for the Happy Couple

Fact: Starting your new life together as hubby and wife isn’t all fun and games. One of the most stressful parts about being newlyweds is decorating your new house or apartment in a way that makes you both feel at home. While we can’t guarantee there won’t be any tiffs over your furry pillows or his college dorm posters, we can offer you our best tips for a harmonious move-in experience. And remember, when all else fails, just take a deep breath and remember how much you love him.

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Take a look at what décor and furniture items you would each like to contribute to the home. If one or two colors are prominent in both collections, use those as the base of your new space. Now you can decorate using your favorite pieces and his.

Suzette Glam sofa collection; Dylan accent chair; Millbrae cocktail ottoman.

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Tight space? No problem! Organizing systems and ultra thin hangers unlock space potential in even the smallest of storage areas. This trick is especially useful for apartment dwelling couples. You just might create enough room for a new shopping trip!

Whitmor closet organizer; Neatfreak clothes hangers.

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First, get rid of any mismatched or incomplete sets (you’re adults now!). Then, think about how often you cook at home, any unique meals, drinks or treats you like to make and how many people you plan to host for holidays and get-togethers. Take note of any items you’re missing to pull off these parties and add them to your registry.

Martha Stewart Collection dinnerware and serveware set, cake stand and glassware set; Metrokane electric cocktail mixer; Lenox metal serveware.

 

Need a few more items for you home? Through August 16th enjoy an extra 20% off gifts remaining on your registry and just about anything else you wish to add. Plus, receive 10% off furniture, mattresses and rugs too. Find everything you need at macys.com/registry

 

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