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July 27, 2015

Home Decor Hunting – Why Estate Sales Reign Supreme

If you want to change up your home décor but don’t want to break the bank at the local home furnishings store, you should consider hitting up an estate sale. They offer benefits that yard sales, swap meets and thrift stores just can’t provide. Read through the following reasons why estate sales are better for finding home décor and furnishings.

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July 23, 2015

Home Lighting 101: Brightening Up or Setting the Mood

We all want our homes to look amazing, and choosing the right lighting is a big part of accomplishing that seemingly simple goal. Fortunately, achieving great lighting doesn’t have to be prohibitively expensive. Check out these easy and affordable home lighting tips to make your house look even more beautiful than it already is.

Showcase Your Home’s Best Features

If your home is like most, there are certain design aspects you’re especially pleased with, and perhaps a few others you’d rather not draw attention to. By spotlighting aesthetically pleasing architectural flourishes, choice pieces of furniture, and tasteful artwork, you can direct attention to the parts of your home [...]

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July 16, 2015

Four Creative Chalkboard Project Ideas

Nothing makes me smile like chalkboard. Maybe it’s the erasability. Maybe it’s the little specks of chalk on the black background. Maybe it’s the ability to create any word, drawing or picture you want… and then start all over with a blank slate.

Or maybe it’s the projects.

Here’s a few in case you need a smile today.

Over-sized chalkboard

Have a giant wall that needs to be filled? Here’s an inexpensive DIY idea you can create in an afternoon.

Paint a large piece of plywood with chalkboard paint. Let dry. Purchase crown molding at the home improvement store and paint it white. Frame the plywood with the crown [...]

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July 1, 2015

Decorating with Mason Jars

I was into mason jars when mason jars weren’t cool. My mother used them every summer. I think she had some left over from canning, and she thought they would make amazing glasses. And she was right.

I spent many a summer day with my toes in the green grass and the crickets chirping and the sun shining… with a mason jar full of sweet tea.

Want to add a little mason jar to your life? Here’s some projects and ideas on how to decorate with mason jars.

Add fruit and flowers

Add color to a back porch or outdoor space with mason jars used as vases. Fill with limes or lemons; then add water and fresh cut flowers from the yard. Group several vases [...]

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