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Unique Holiday Decorating Tips

Who wants some fun ideas for repurposing their Thanksgiving decorations for their next holiday season? You can take gords, pumpkins, and stalks of wheat, basically any of your left over Thanksgiving foliage, not food, but foliage, highlight them with a touch of gold metallic spray paint and layer them in your mantel garlands. This idea also works great within your holiday centerpieces. One area of the room that people tend to overlook while decorating for the holidays are their beautiful chandeliers. With your extra pieces of trim, you can jazz them up by draping garland...
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Simple and fun tips for your Thanksgivin...

Are you hosting Thanksgiving festivities this year? How are you feeling about setting your Thanksgiving table? A little nervous, perhaps? Bored with the same way you have been setting your table for the past several years? Here are a few tips to transform your table into a welcoming place to give and show your thanks this holiday season. Is this your first year hosting your own Thanksgiving with limited tableware? Or maybe you have a few sets of tableware that you’d like to showcase this holiday? One of my favorite and unique table setting tips is to meld two or more...
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Designing All Hallow’s Eve for you...

In honor of the changing weather, I want to bring you some fresh ideas on how to decorate for the upcoming holidays.  Let’s start with Halloween, since it is rapidly approaching. Let’s take lifestyles and choices into account.  Two of the most important being, the age of your children and budget restraints. 1.  Small Children- Clearly, we want to think safety first, so this eliminates the need to set out small items that can endanger the little ones.  I always love to see brightly colored, plush Halloween characters.  A large, soft pumpkin or a scary...
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Classic Design Resides In Disneyland

On Monday, I got the unique privilege of going to Club 33, the only private club inside Disneyland.  On top of the great food, atmosphere and history of the venue, I was blown away by the great interior design.  Once again, I am reminded, in classic design, less is more. From the moment I was granted access into the private club, I was guided towards the antique cage elevator which resides within the beautiful foyer.  Once I arrived on the second floor, I was greeted by a rich hallway with stunning wood flooring.  On both sides of the hallway, Disney memorabilia...
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Change your look with the seasons

A change in the seasons, is a great opportunity for a fresh look in any room of your home.  I believe in rotating accessories meaning, putting your lighter, more whimsical items away and replacing them with your warm colored treasures.   Simple changes such as exchanging your pillows and rugs for a deeper, richer more textured fabric can instantly transport you into that pre-holiday feel. Depending on your personal color preferences around your home, you can simply adjust your surroundings to the deeper, warmer shades of Fall and Winter. A couple of great...