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Home Decorating/Interior Design - Tips & Ideas

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  • Victorian Decorating For The Modern Home

    By Lee Dobbins

    The Victorian decorating style is one that combines antique accessories with modern methods and can really make your house stand out. Whether you have an old Victorian mansion or a new home, you can decorating with a Victorian style by changing small things, for instance painting and hanging vintage accessories to bring some of the Victorian age to your home.

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  • Home Decorating For Under $100

    By Lee Dobbins

    People spend large sums of money to improve their homes, some even taking out expensive home equity and refinancing loans. While its true that putting in new floors or cabinets can cost a bundle, there are plenty of things you can do to improve your home for much less. There are 3 key areas to focus on where small improvements will make the most difference the foyer, bathrooms and kitchen. These projects below cost under $100.00 to do and just one of the projects below can make a huge difference, but why not do all 3?

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  • Five Ways to Make Your Home a Pueblo or Territorial Style Showcase

    By Pamela Cole Harris

    The Southwest is known for chilis (which I, being a natural-born chilihead, love!), sunshine, and the beauty of canyons and mountains and it's architecture. The influence of its's Spanish and Indian ancestors has resulted in two main styles of architecture - Pueblo and Territorial.

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  • Decorating Ideas to make your Living Room more Livable

    By Lisa French

    Above all else, the furniture in the living-room should make it livable. It should be grouped so that it offers centers of interest, convenience and comfort. Look for upholstered seating with homespun-type fabric, or toss a pieced quilt over plain fabric or leather. An old rocker is a great addition.

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  • Country Home Accessories

    By Lisa French

    Country home décor is the most sought after home interior and it’s no wonder since country décor invites a casual friendly lifestyle.

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  • Ten Home Decor Tips For Any Room

    By Michael Holland

    Not all home decorating ideas require a heavy investment of time and money. If you're looking for a few affordable home interior decorating ideas to freshen up a room over a weekend, try these ten:

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  • 5 Budget Ways to Warm Your Decor Through Winter

    By Kathleen Wilson

    Now that the holidays are over, and the decorations are put away, you may be wondering what now? Remember that Spring is still several months away, and you're best bet for keeping your rooms inviting during the dead of winter is to add warmth and comfort.

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  • Spruce Up Your Home for Spring with a Little Help From Mother Nature

    The long, cold winter that has brought record low temperatures and snowfall to many parts of the country is finally winding down. Soon the landscape will turn green and flowers will start blooming. Before you know it, it’ll be time to take a cue from Mother Nature and redecorate your home.

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  • TIPS FOR DECORATING YOUR LIVING ROOM

    By Helen Marakis Portara

    In the home, the living area, or the receiving room, is one of the busiest rooms. It's also the room guests initially see and form a lasting impression about the home. Hence, the living area should be well-decorated, well-laid out and inviting to guests and family members. It should project a homey, comfortable yet elegant image.

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  • How Natural Light Affects Home Decor

    By Pamela Cole Harris

    One of your best friends in design (or worst enemies!) is the natural light that filters through your home's windows. It can make that lavender color you chose in the store look dreamy and serene or like Barney's nightmare depending on direction your room is facing. Here are some tips on how natural light will affect your décor.

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  • DECORATION FOR SEA-THEMED ROOM

    By Monica Resinger

    Fill decorative see-through glass containers (such as a small fish bowl) about a quarter of the way full with beach sand. Add seashells, feathers, driftwood, starfish or other beach findings and you have a quick, easy decoration for a sea-themed room.

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  • NURSERY DECORATING IDEAS: Creating a Timeless Retreat…

    Decorating a baby room is a wonderful opportunity to create a carefree hideaway - a place of slumber and lullabies.

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  • Decorating Your Walls: A ‘Primer’ on Paint Types

    You’ve picked out a color, purchased brushes and rollers and are ready to decorate several rooms in the house with a fresh coat of paint.

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  • Style on a Budget: Simple Changes = Dramatic Results

    By Colin McDougall

    Would you like to add more elegance and style to your home? Would you like to know how to do it for less money?You’re not alone. Americans spent $343 billion on home enhancement, according to a recent study by the Barnard Retail Consulting Group of Upper Montclair, N.J. So if you are thinking of improving your home decor, you are in good company.

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  • The Three “C’s” Of Today’s Upscale Home Decorating

    Home décor seems to change every time you turn around! What was "in" yesterday, gives your visitors flashbacks to their childhood today! If your décor is stuck in the last decade and you don't have the budget for a complete makeover, you have two choices...

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  • Celebrating a Century of Arts and Crafts Style: Decorating with Wallpaper

    By Jaima Brown

    The emergence of the Arts and Crafts movement at the dawn of the 20th century represented a truly revolutionary shift in home décor, and this "revolution" is having a renaissance today...

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