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Heritage Design Studio
6 Reviews
Kaleidoscope of Homes (Simmons Estate Homes)
for the season. Add warm colors, branches, berries, brass candlesticks, pinecones and other items. I like to keep my mantel rather sparse in spring and summer, and let it clutter up with more meaningful items as it gets colder out.
“The Mantle was made by P&L Cast Stone (http://www.pandlcaststone.com) The slope over mantle was do” — Helen Koziol
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Martha O'Hara Interiors
86 Reviews
Sunnyside Road Residence Family Room
three-season room, there's no reason to limit it to outdoor furniture and forgo cushy indoor-style upholstery. This elegant room works for formal and casual gatherings.
“Rails” — mhelene
Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Huntington Beach
for the season. (Also up top, there was a Laura Ashley hatbox circa 1988 full of photos from high school.)However, the truth is that most of us want more space. If your closet is tiny, you can make it hold more, or you may even want to spread your things out into other parts of the house.
“multiple seats and mirrors” — Cal Peter
Julia Ryan
Contemporary Beach Living Room
mantel each season?
“Chairs” — pudders2
4 Reviews
Designer Cottage
excellent seasonal display, providing fragrance and decor for the tabletop inside or in a container outside. If kept outside, protect from freezing the first year. Potted rosemary can easily dry out. Keep an eye on this. That shouldn't be a problem because you will be passing by often for a snip for cooking
“Hutch. Like” — Kendra Miller
The Last Inch
6 Reviews
remove the seasoning, which is what creates that wonderful nonstick surface.Stain removal and long-term care: For really tough, stuck-on food, boil water in your pan on the stovetop for a few minutes, then clean it as usual. Reseasoning occasionally will help maintain the finish.
“Big bold lights” — taity4312
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
reflect the season.
“Red door” — lmichale
betsy burnham
Betsy Burnham
of the season.More: 10 Ways to Get Your Kitchen Ready for the Holidays
“Light and airy.” — Sarah Jasper
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