Decorating the Home for the Holidays

It is only 100 days until Christmas. The weather has been noticeably cooler and I have to remind myself it might be time to take out my plus size outerwear from the storage room and all the kids’ jackets. And as with every holiday season, I am always not ready. I would like to be […]

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Green Furniture Ideas for Your Bedroom

Being eco-friendly and concerned about the environment, you reuse, recycle and cut down on wasteful practices. You’ve re-purposed a few pieces of furniture. It took a bit of effort, but you’ve cut down on paper consumption in the home and the office. The next step in being green is bringing that concept to the bedroom. […]

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Buying and Maintaining Area Rugs and Carpets

I have seen how area rugs and home carpet additions can spell the difference between a drab room to a stunning, cozy or elegant one. It is a great part of interior decorating and at times are more functional than decorative. For example, area rugs can be used in slippery floors to provide traction. Areas […]

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Pink and Orange Living Room

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Gender Neutral Nursery: Decorating Tips

There are good reasons to go gender neutral for your child’s room. There’s the practical: You have a boy and a girl sharing one room and you want to avoid WWIII. You don’t want to redecorate again when child #2 comes along (let alone #3, #4….). Or, you’re waiting until the actual birth to reveal […]

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5 Great Space Saving Ideas for Your Home

In today’s world it seems to be more and more important to hold on to what you’ve got, to limit waste and keep items in the house that you may be able to reuse or recycle later on, rather than forking out your hard earned cash for new items after throwing out your old ones […]

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