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The Sweetest Digs
junk to discounted furniture, the woman can find it all." Bonham-Carter is currently remodeling and updating her Ottawa, Ontario, bungalow with her husband.Design tip from Mom: Find joy in repurposing and upcycling. Look at an old piece of furniture with fresh eyes. Bonham-Carter did just that with her
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
Exclusive dealer for Clive Christian, British Luxury Interiors. Full Service Interior Design firm specializing in Kitchens and Custom Cabinetry.
Brian Patrick Flynn
retailers will discount their seasonal items up to 80 percent. If you didn't have a reason to deck next year's halls before reading this...well, now you do. Have a _________ __________!
Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C
Seattle Tudor Christmas by Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C.
bought at a discount store) and forget to buy a present for one of my Wisconsin cousins, that her children realized two things: 1) Grandma was slipping and 2) perhaps it was time for her to stop buying presents for 31 people every year. And yet gift giving was so much a part of the family culture, they and
Rolling Out A Carpet For An Outdoor Patio
large discount nursery nearby, Altman Specialty Plants. Her own yard is already complete, so she's happy to create pots of plants for the family. "I love the color my mother-in-law's flowers and pots bring to the patio," Blackburn says.
Matt+Sara: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
from a discount home store and spray painted it to match the sunny message above. Chandelier: World Market; typography art: "Here Comes the Sun," Etsy
The home of Karlijn and Pieter
don't discount sitting down at the dining table, at the breakfast table or even outdoors. Do whatever you need to do to make the space more comfortable and inviting: clear away clutter, lower the lights, drape a sheepskin over your chair and light candles all around.
Spring 2009 British Colonial Bedroom Design Ideas | Williams-Sonoma Home
in many discount retail stores so they are not as expensive as they once were. Don't just look at thread count but open the package enough to actually feel the fabric. Good linens wash well and will last several years, so they are often worth the investment...not to mention the value of a good nights