Tag: do it yourself home decorating

best fall decorating ideas for a cozy home
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Cozy up your home with the best decorating ideas for Fall! Give your home a seasonal look with autumn-inspired decor for the mantel, tabletop, furniture accents and more, or go a step or two further with some cooler weather home improvement ideas. I just love the white pumpkin ‘vase’ of dried and natural flowers, shown above. It is natural, rustic and gorgeous! Also, with the weather getting cooler (and downright cold!) in many areas, taking

create a kitchen to love with simple remodel ideas
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Part of the HOME, HEALTH & YOU Series Does your Kitchen need a little love? Oh…I hear you saying it needs a lot more than that? No worries! You can create a kitchen to love. The secret? Keep It Simple! Depending on the age of your home + how long you’ve lived there + how much use it has experienced, you might be shouting, “Yes! Please help!!” It doesn’t matter whether you have a shoestring budget

Creating a Calm, Peaceful and Stable Home
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Part of the HOME, HEALTH & YOU Series Think about the moment that you first step through your front door. How does it make you feel? Do you immediately feel a sense of relief, the beginnings of relaxation, maybe even a weight off of your shoulders? It’s like your body is saying, “Yes! Home at last!” On the other hand, if you start to experience stress, anxiety, frustration, an unsettled feeling or anything that is less

home decorating mistakes to avoid
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Adding the final touches and accessories to your home decor is fun! That’s where the personality, the accent colors and unique touches come into play. While there are very few absolutes in decorating (at least in my world), there are some things that will set your home apart, and not in a good way. We don’t want that. So…here are some home decorating mistakes to avoid that might be helpful to keep in mind when

Casual Coastal Style Living Room
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Part of the HOME, HEALTH & YOU Series One person’s luxury is another person’s austerity. One person’s elegance is another person’s unease. Fine china on display, candles blazing in silver plated sticks and a dining set glistening in rich mahogany  are all well and good, but for some to live this way would be to live in a museum rather than a home. Many of us are more comfortable in a relaxed, casual environment. A