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Sara Bates
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newspapers, book pages or scrapbooking paper. Just roll same-size pieces into cone shapes and attach them at the center using a dab of glue. For a festive touch, dip the edges of each cone in old-fashioned glass glitter.
newspapers, book pages or scrapbooking paper. Just roll same-size pieces into cone shapes and attach them at the center using a dab of glue. For a festive touch, dip the edges of each cone in old-fashioned glass glitter.
“Pantry door!!!!” — Jennie Westhoff
Colin Cadle Photography
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The Secret Barns
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Be prepared with welliesA festival is not a festival without wellies – preferably covered in mud. Line yours up in quirky crates or pile them high in a stylish shoe box so they’re always on
“Brick” — Jenny Martin
Scott Neste | Minor Details Interior Design
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Christmas Decor
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“Christmas” — Kuyas Myhre
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Christmas Holiday Decor
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The perfect pairing of wreath and urn puts a festive flourish on a traditional holiday entry.
Festive entrance...Festive frontage!
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Katie Rosenfeld Design
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ENTRY COLOR Easy Decorating Ideas for a Festive Entryway Ramp up the color. Stepping through the door on a dreary, cold day should feel like a warm hug, and the easiest way to accomplish that is through color. Any bright, saturated hue will feel festive, so think beyond seasonal reds and greens.
door on a dreary, cold day should feel like a warm hug, and the easiest way to accomplish that is through color. Any bright, saturated hue will feel festive, so think beyond seasonal reds and greens. In the entryway featured here, a vibrant orange gourd lamp livens up a formal demilune table and classic
door on a dreary, cold day should feel like a warm hug, and the easiest way to accomplish that is through color. Any bright, saturated hue will feel festive, so think beyond seasonal reds and greens. In the entryway featured here, a vibrant orange gourd lamp livens up a formal demilune table and classic
“Doable @ Old Chico but not these particular colors” — klninchico
Greg Logsdon
El Taller Gallery
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that you haven't gotten around to re-covering. Since a blanket cover doesn't have to be permanent, take a chance with extra-bright colors to add a festive touch on a whim.
that you haven't gotten around to re-covering. Since a blanket cover doesn't have to be permanent, take a chance with extra-bright colors to add a festive touch on a whim.Saltillo is the capital of the northeastern Mexican state of Coahuila, famous for its locally woven multicolored blankets. Serape blankets
“could cover cushions with mexican blanket” — jerryandbetsy
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Medina
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Set up an entryway bar tray. Offering your guests a drink on their way in the door is a festive way to kick things off. Set up a small bar on your entryway table; either set out a variety of popular options and let guests mix their own cocktails, or offer a signature drink and pour your guests a fresh
“Carpet stairs” — samcoop
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Festive Fall Display
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Festive Fall Display
“Fall decor” — evettna
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