Spring (well, Summer) is in full swing. If you’ve been waiting to make updates to your home, this is the perfect time for a refresh. Whether you’re looking to completely renovate, or just make small décor changes, Linda Crisolo, design expert and merchandising director at Art.com, helps navigate the boldest trends of the season.

Metallic items, thrift shop treasures, “jungalow,” and incorporating interesting textures are just a few of the ways you can remodel your home.

Mix and match different textures throughout your home to keep things visually interesting. Marble and agate, resin and unfinished wood, and leather and hide are unique textures that can add depth to a room, she says, adding, “Keeping to the same color family, or opting for muted tones will help prevent items from clashing aesthetically.” To read more:

Source: www.news-journalonline.com - “Five Bold Trends to Try this Spring”--The Daytona Beach News-Journal.

That brings us to the subject of flooring, more specifically, carpet.

When you select a carpet in a neutral shade, say the experts at David Waller Interiors in Port Orange, FL, it’s easy to refresh and do a “mini remodeling,” just by changing the surrounding accessories: Bedspread, duvet cover, slipcover, etc.

When it comes to flooring in Daytona Beach, think only of David Waller Interiors. It’s been an expert in home decorating for almost 45 years. The company offers design consultations, sends staff to seminars and trade shows to keep up-to-date, and has an on-site workroom, so there is full, hands-on control of a project from start to finish. Moreover, the company has a large inventory of product, ranging from floors (carpet, area rugs, tile, and hardwood), to window coverings, countertops, cabinetry and accessories.

As for carpet texture, it isn’t to be confused with pattern, but it does add a bit of a layer, so you can incorporate a stripe or plaid. Have some fun: Layer an area rug over a neutral shade carpet, or over tile in the kitchen or bath. Place a bold-patterned runner over hardwood.

David Waller Interiors has a showroom in Port Orange, FL, in the Daytona Beach area.