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Emily A. Clark
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My Home Office
Ideabooks38,234
Questions13
your work materials.Tell us: What is your best repurposing or budget decorating tip?
away your work materials.TELL USWhat is your best repurposing or budget decorating tip? Share your ideas in the comments section.MOREWeekend Project: 9 Household
the oversize lantern, the light walls, the dark paint inside the shelves ...Tip: After figuring out furniture placement like this, have your electrician install
“love the built in book case” — fjpalermo228
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks5,943
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started, check out the tips Taylor provides. It will likely free you up from your design paralysis. Full story: 12 Key Decorating Tips to Make Any Room Better
found in hallways, and hallways are a great spot to have a little fun with decor. A console in glossy paint will add a little eye-catching pizzazz for those
” — Judith TaylorI feel like so many people are afraid to even begin to decorate their homes the way they truly want to because they are terrified of breaking
“Table!!!” — bellasfairytale
Barbara Cannizzaro
oceandesigner
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SUNFLOWER HEADS, THEY ARE JUST ALL GEEN LEAFY VINES WITH SMALL LITTLE BLUE FLOWER TIPS,WHATS GOING ON?SHOULDNT THEY HAVE BLOOMED BY NOW?
I love stuff (decor that reflects our interest, pops of color). I have tons of stuff, but I can't
lighting (whether natural or artificial) are worth the extra effort. Decorating tip: Little things go a long way in outdoor spaces. Take the time to clear
outdoors, whether they are peeking over a fence or arranged in a vase. Tip: Try cutting the sunflowers height down so that most of the bloom is encased
for a constant scene change with bold colored pillows, cut flowers and decorative accents.
“Add wood to balcony” — alinakounevatremblay
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Colour in our Residential Architecture
Ideabooks3,722
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know how you have incorporated this colour into your decorating scheme, so please share your tips and photos of your home in the comments section.MORE
Tell us: Do you do pastels? Please share your decorating tips and photos of your home in the Comments section.
know how you have incorporated these colours into your decorating scheme, so please share your tips and photos of your home in the Comments below.
“Paint” — pattiduffyelliott
Amazon
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Ideabooks29,265
Questions9
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Hi Maisy, I'm sorry, this photo was from a book, Decorate by Holly Becker, so unfortunately, I don't have that information. I would
lovely deck and its decorated beautifully
ideas for decorating for a backyard party?
authors recommend maximizing outdoor areas for use as outdoor rooms. Decorate Tip: Emulate this space, where "throw rugs layered on the concrete surface
filters through to keep the space from feeling too closed in and dark.Design tip: Recreating this look is fairly simple — you just need supports for the cloth
ideal for blocking unsavory views. Take a cue from this page in the book Decorate and make your own canopy from a length of pretty cloth and a few bamboo
“Love colors” — Hollyn Clermont
Eclectic Entry
Ideabooks926
Questions6
wit. This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up
wit. This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up
advice: A house is not a home without a spot of leopard!More: 12 Key Decorating Tips to Make Any Room Better
This is, perhaps, the deadliest of all decorating sins. Taking oneself too seriously can end in decorating ruin. How to break this habit? Lighten up
“fish painting” — scholzy
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Ideabooks5,292
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
4. Make bold decorating decisions, even on fixtures and finishes. Don't limit yourself to bui
modern kitchen. "Decorating using floral motifs ... can be a great excuse to go bold," write the Becker and Copestick. Decorate Tip: "Papering only one
voila! My favorite wallpapered kitchen photo. This one, from the book Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick, pulled out all the stops. It’s certainly
4. Make bold decorating decisions, even on fixtures and finishes. Don't limit yourself to bui
in If it Makes you HappyWhy we agree: Here at Houzz, we celebrate all decorating updates that break the rules. Wallpaper in the kitchen. Check. Red and
“colorful” — cmenasco123
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
with a big headboard, the homeowners opted for a bold piece of art. Decorate Tip: "Layer textures to create a sense of opulence, such as a glossy satin
Room decor...Bedroom decor
“bed and picture frame above the bed” — Sara Brown
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