If you're sick of your living room or seriously over your den, then maybe what you really want is to change something on a deeper level. A desire to alter the look of your home can signal the onset of one of life's great turning points: a new relationship, a new outlook, or a new habit or interest.
But big change doesn't have to mean tearing your house apart. Not only is major home renovation unrealistic for many of us, but often it's unnecessary. Connecticut stylist Corey Grant Tippin explains how you can breathe fresh air into your living space by much more modest measures—tweaking and plumping and fluffing what you've got.