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of glamour infused into the decor. A chandelier adds elegance, the black vases with red berries and the display basket with fruit bring in touches of red. Sometimes it doesn't take much to have a big impact.
Bring the outside in. Using the season's harvest in your decor — a bowl of bright red pomegranates
very berry Christmas. If you’re lucky enough to have berry-laden branches of hollies (Ilex spp), then you probably already know about their seasonal decorating potential. However, don’t stop with those. If you happen to have beautyberry (Callicarpa americana, zones 6 to 10), firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea
mitis, zones 8b to 11) to the berry-like fruits of Christmas palm (Adonida merrillii, zones 10 to 11).6 Branches and Berries to Spruce Up Holiday Decor
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Traditional Front Porch Christmas
Front porch decorated for the holidays. Garland, lights, angels
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like the garland decoration lit up and framing the entrance
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Blending styles to create one cohesive look can be easier said than done. Combining rustic and modern décor gives this...
Paneled walls in Iceberg 2122-50 reflect in the mirrored flecks of the Silestone® White Platinum backsplash while the...
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Daughter Danielle took a different approach in decorating her room, with soft neutrals and window treatments. Window treatment
Daughter Danielle took a different approach in decorating her room, with soft neutrals and window treatments.Window treatment fabric: Lee Jofa
Tasteful eleganceThe bedroom is one area where you can luxuriate in gorgeous linen and refined decor. This is no place for bright artwork, radical window treatments
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Vallejo Street Highrise
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lightens the heaviness further.See more ideas for decorating with black
Black. Black doesn't have to be used sparingly. Although it's dark, it can often be used in the same way as a neutral but with a more dramatic flair. More: Houzz guides to decorating with black | Explore all the Houzz color guides
us: Have you ever tried a decorative wall finish? Or want to? Which is your favorite?
Black. Black doesn’t have to be used sparingly. Although it’s dark, it can often be used in the same way as a neutral while offering a more dramatic flair. MORE: Houzz guide to decorating with black YOUR TURN Tell
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Elegant Country Charm
The entry woodwork and decorative pillars into the living room. Probably can be used as support beams if removing walls and the support is a requirement.
3. Layer on decorative elements to complete the transformation. This is the part where you get to really have fun and infuse personality into your new space. Furniture, wall treatments (paint or otherwise), decorative lighting and window treatments all come into play to create the perfect environment
counsel clients to consider what visitors will see when they walk by the public rooms of a home. Select fabrics and colors that work with the overall decorative scheme of your home. Make the space functional with the correct layout and furniture plan. For instance, if you're creating a music room, how many
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Designers known for their traditional style:• Legendary decorator Billy Baldwin loved slipper chairs (like the ones shown here) and used them often — always skirted. Check out his book Billy Baldwin Decorates.• Suzanne Rheinstein's interiors are extremely elegant and use ample antiques
traditional style:Houzz Tour: Traditional-Style Townhouse in Colonial WilliamsburgGet Cozy With Traditional Old-World DecoratingHome Styles: New Traditional DesignTell us: Is your home decorated in the traditional style? Share a photo below!
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designer.Interestingly, homeowners and renters are just as likely to decorate, and 73 percent of U.S. homeowners plan to decorate in the next two years. Renters are more likely than owners to hire a professional for their decorating projects (21 percent versus 17 percent). About 49 percent of renters
Who’s Doing the Work?A majority of homeowners planning a home renovation or decorating project in the next two years plan to hire a professional. Of those, more than half (52 percent) plan to hire a general contractor. Carpet and flooring pros are also in demand (34 percent), as are tile, stone and