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merely about romance, but about love.” — Alison HodgsonDo you have a Whitman’s Sampler chocolate hangover today, or perhaps you’re feeling a little queasy at how much those quickly wilting red roses cost? Read this story and vow to change what Valentine’s Day will be all about from here on out. This
appreciate about your home and the life you lead in it. Zero in on activities that make you feel cozy and happy at home, whether it's reading in your favorite chair or having friends over for an impromptu dinner, and aim to do these things more often. It may take time to create a space that matches your vision
learning about how everyone shares their loving Valentine’s Day wishes with their families. Full story: The Real Importance of Valentine’s Day
“wall décoration” — Tima Timone
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Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
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thinking about doing this on my wall. What color is the white paint?
Have any ideas about "Art Deco" of the 1930 era?
passionate about their work, and you can learn a lot about what goes into certain mediums and artists' work. Looking at a lot of art will help train your eye, too. You'll develop a style and start to see what costs more and why. Visit design and art websites to see what emerging artists are doing and how
strongly about a piece of art or it really speaks to you, buy it, regardless of trends or expertise. "Art is worth the extra money when you really love it and feel pretty confident you won't find anything else you like as much," says Singleton. Do your research. Go to galleries and exhibits, and ask a lot
“collage” — Mido Rapper
sarah & bendrix
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fretting about every spill or sticky little hand. Although it might mean you need to give up the idea of a white sofa, or spend more to get better quality and more durability, it's worth the investment to select materials, finishes and furniture that let you relax and be yourself.
and talk about using black and white and neutrals punched with pink, but seriously, who knew an eye chart, a pink Union Jack, one large flower, some sequins and contemporary botanical-ish prints would work? This is an example of just having fun and throwing everything into the mix with wild abandon. If
home was about 2,500 square feet and full of cherished things, but what I have wept over (my children’s art and writing), what I have longed for (pictures and videos), what my mind has returned to again and again (more than 30 years of letters and journals) could fit into a small closet with room to spare
“Pillows” — ntarudji
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
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Chanel said about accessorizing: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” In design, know when to stop.
Chanel said about accessorizing: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” In design, know when to stop.What to Let Go and What to Keep
worrying about these rules, and if you are having trouble getting 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
“furniture” — ikovachi
Janell Beals - House of Fifty Mag
Living Room Becomes A Work Space
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worry about asking a friend to grab my mail or panic about the unopened bills piling up.
thought about bringing into the mix.
“FAKE ANIMAL HEADS - PORCELAIN LOOKING” — sharonatripp
Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Venice Canals
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article about coffee tables and tag everything BUT the coffee table in the photo. So helpful.
Think about designing your room in layers. When you are trying to take your home from bare and empty to warm and inviting, the process can feel a bit overwhelming. Tackling one layer at a time can make the task feel more manageable. And if you get stuck on one decision (like paint color), just move on
decisions about what looks best without letting your feelings for your belongings take over your decision-making process.Focus just on color first. Then, once you've winnowed the pieces down to a color palette you like, note which pieces in your room no longer fit with the new scheme and make a list of things
“Serene for a beachy home” — cstangler
Eclectic Living Room
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travel about 500 miles at the most.
Ikea from about 8 years ago.
books about your fave artists. Or place your needlepoint yarns in a bowl or tray, and include a book about the subject.
Something about this...
“mamas secret room” — amesmcd
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Stacy Weiss: Shadyside, Pennsylvania
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where just about everything has a story. The leather chair and ottoman, for example, had belonged to Weiss's parents. They had bought it brand new back in the 70s. "I was young," Weiss explains, "and I thought it was so ugly- eventually I fell in love with it!" She inherited the set about ten years ago
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where just about everything has a story. For example, Weiss' parents bought the leather chair and ottoman in the '70s. "I was young, and I thought it was so ugly," Weiss shares. "Eventually I fell in love with it." She inherited the set about 10 years ago and still hasn't lost appreciation for it.
“Cuadros” — Fiorella Arispe
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