Category: Furniture & Décor

Creating an Art Museum in Your Home

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Creating an Art Museum in Your Home

If you are an art-lover who spends hours at a time in art museums gazing at paintings, choosing art for your home can be a challenge. How do you choose just one or two paintings when you love so many? And how do you afford to surround yourself with the quality of art that you.....

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Learning from a Master: How Kathy Ireland® would decorate your house for the holidays

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How Kathy Ireland would decorate your house for the holidays

Kathy Ireland® Once Upon a Christmas Holidays offer countless entertaining possibilities and a chance to bring family and friends into our homes. We want them to look their best. But such gatherings also present challenges. Do we have enough comfortable seating, have we made the house look joyous and festive, are we on-trend with colors,.....

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Smart Furniture for Small Spaces

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Smart Furniture for Small Spaces

Tiny houses have captured the imagination of many Americans. Whether it’s the fantasy of living efficiently in 600 square feet or less or just the drive to declutter and tidy up, the idea of jettisoning your possessions and moving into a smaller home is gaining strength. Instead of aspiring to buy a larger house, a.....

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Southwestern Chic

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Southwestern Chic, Lori Carroll

Desert Colors, Cacti, Stone, Mesquite Now With a Mix from Afar Long before there was email, tweeting, and Instagram, design trends were debuted in "shelter" magazines with distinct trends in different parts of the country. These regional variations still exist because of climate needs and indigenous materials, but there's certainly greater sharing from near and.....

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Paint: The Easiest Decorating Tool

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Paint - The Easiest Decorating Tool

Painting your home is necessary, and a good investment. But who to hire? Recommendations are useful, but what your close pal or neighbor deems a good painting job compared to your expectations may be vastly different. And then there’s the challenge of getting the painter to show up on time, to do the necessary prep.....

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The Power of Flowers for Emotional Health

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The Power of Flowers for Emotional Health

If you live in a cold climate where the gray skies and drab brown winter landscape is beginning to get you down, you don’t need to wait for spring’s greenery to perk up your house or your spirits. Most people recognize that a bouquet of roses or some spring tulips can bring a smile to.....

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