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Make a Small Apartment Feel Large

Apartment and condominium living is very common, so decorating a home of a smaller square footage, needs some love, too! Style is always important, but making a place, ANY place, feel like a home is more important. It can be a little tough though, picking the right sized piece of furniture, finding ways to distinguish one room from another, or not letting a room feel too tiny or crammed with things. Whether you are a
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Next Level

Take Your Living Room to the Next Level!

Who doesn’t want to take something that you already do, and make it better? Decorating, like anything else, can be taken to the next level. What that means is doing something that you’ve never thought about before. Or doing something different that you have been scared to do before. Let’s start with the room that must walk the line of being stylish, yet comfortable: the living room. The (right-sized) rug ties the roo
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Thanksgiving Decorating, Inexpensively!

It really is easy that home decorating for the fall season and Thanksgiving (and even Halloween) can overlap. It helps keep the cost, and the amount of labor, down. But when hosting Thanksgiving dinner, you may want to up the stakes and then there’s another element: the Thanksgiving table. You can dress up your home beautifully for Thanksgiving without spending too much. We want to share some thrifty and creative way
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Don’t Give Up on Your TV Wall

This is one of the most common decorating frustrations out there! How do you properly decorate a TV area? The television is usually the main attraction, so how can attractive cohesion exist with the rest of the room? You may have a TV hanging on the wall: this can create proportion issues, no matter how big the TV may be. You may have your TV on an entertainment center: this can still leave your wall blank.   When th
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Budget Friendly Holiday Decorating

The holiday season can be expensive, so any way to cut some corners here and there, and still keep the holiday atmosphere, is a benefit. Decorating doesn’t have to be entail spending a lot of money. There are many ways to use natural materials, or make your own crafty decorations. Do you usually use a fresh holiday garland to hang across your mantle or intertwine in the stair railings? Instead, make a fabric ba
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Thanksgiving Decorating: Thrifty and Tasteful

It’s convenient that decorating your home for the fall season and Thanksgiving can overlap. It helps keep the cost, and the amount of labor down. But when hosting Thanksgiving, you may want to do something a little different. And then there’s an important element: the Thanksgiving table. You can dress up your home beautifully for Thanksgiving without spending too much. We want to share some thrifty and creative ways
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10 Reasons to Buy New Furniture

1. You’ve had it since college, or your first apartment with three roommates. It doesn’t even matter if you JUST graduated…get rid of it.           2. Coffee, juice, wine, and milk have been spilled on it more times than you can remember.           3. A cushion’s indent and shape looks exactly like your pet’s body.        &
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Gather Fall in Your Home and Decorate with Autumn

When it gets too cold to be outside, bring the season inside. (Just the beautiful parts, though! Leave the rain, dirty snow and falling temperatures at the door, please.) And it’s no secret that we love to bring seasonal decorative vegetables and foliage indoors, and surround ourselves with it. The glorious part is that natural pieces can transition so easily from the month of Halloween to Thanksgiving centerpi
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