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STEP ONE: BUY A BED If you only have enough money for one major piece of furniture
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Translate your inspiration into a room scheme.The next step would be pulling inspiration from the landscape to create your room. I would
“Pink” — Lauren Petrick
Sara Bates
My Houzz: Vintage Farmhouse Style
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STEP 2: Wash, or notIt’s impossible to predict how sacks will respond to washing, as there’s no such thing as a standard one – size, weave, thread quality
“You are my sunshine” — kiddostick
janicemarie
Canadian Cottage
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during a makeover? Share them in the Comments.MOREThink Like a Designer: 5 Steps to Get the Most Out of Your Living RoomHow to Present Your Design Ideas to
“Slipcover” — djbrendle
Honey Bee Interiors
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Highgate Flat
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and a lit candle can help your evening end on a brighter note.Read more: 9 Steps to Make Your Own Scented Candles
“position of the windows for kids bedrooms” — jdm72pgm80
the redesign company
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walnut street design | sleeping office
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pass along to your kids. Thankfully, once you’ve gone through the previous steps, the decision-making process (which is the hardest part) will already be
“Accordion File Storage” — cycling74
Tierra Del Lagarto
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Paradise Valley Exotic
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STEP 7: Light up your boho bedroom – softlyBoho lighting is indirect, warm, flickering, filtered. Achieve this effect with filigree lanterns that hang
“Stained glass” — Gali Beh
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Waking to a large porthole-inspired window each morning would be like stepping into a dream, and the ever changing seasons would make for a kaleidoscopic
“Glass wall and skylight” — katherinewolf
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