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Browse hundreds of decorating photos and discover fresh ideas for your home. From kitchens to bedrooms, living rooms to bathrooms, you'll find inspiration for every room in your home. Find ideas by style, from traditional to modern, cottage to eclectic.

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Personalize a Pillow

Put your personalized stamp on a plain pillow with this easy monogramming technique starring paint.

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Weekend Projects

Give your home unbeatable character in just one weekend. These home projects offer quick, impactful solutions to fill your indoor and outdoor spaces with style and function. Whether you seek easy landscaping plans, curb appeal projects, or budget decorating ideas, these hand-picked updates are designed to bring out your inner weekend warrior.

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Top Flea Markets

Put on your walking shoes and stop in at America's premier marketplaces -- you'll find country primitives, midcentury modern furniture, vintage fashions, upcycled treasures, and more. Here are a few insider tips for wending your way through each market.

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Deck Decorating & Styling Tricks

Make your deck as comfortable and stylish as an indoor living room. These tricks show you how.

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Pure Style: White Accessories

Put these light looks to work for you.

No matter what your style, you can brighten any decor with beautiful white touches. Try these easy projects for an inspiring, light new look.

Button Wreath

Turn antique buttons into a welcoming decoration.

Assemble all those antique buttons you've been saving to make a charming wreath. Purchase a straw wreath form and a small amount of white fabric, preferably one with a loose weave, such as muslin. Cover the wreath in fabric to determine the amount you'll need. Then, remove the fabric and sew on buttons in different sizes and shapes, varying thread colors and using thin ribbon to attach some. Re-cover the wreath with the button-covered fabric.

Create a striking lamp from three lamp shades.

Create a standout bedside lamp with this bright idea. First, adhere white round stickers randomly to the outside of three 7-inch linen lampshades.

Lay a shade on a large piece of sheer art paper. Rolling the shade as you go, trace its entire top and bottom. You should end up with a U shape. Cut out the art paper, position it on the shade to make sure it fits, then attach with spray adhesive. Repeat with remaining shades. Using crafts glue, glue the three shades together; let dry. Remove harp from top and bottom shades; position shade on lamp using the middle harp.

These lights say aloha.

Make a special centerpiece with groceries from the local market and supplies from the craft store.

Using a hand saw, cut coconuts in two (make one side larger). Drain milk, and scoop out meat with a heavy spoon. Melt candle wax (found at crafts stores). Be sure and melt wax in a double boiler. Never melt wax directly in a pan over heat. Fill large coconut sections, and insert wicks. Cool until set. Arrange candles and coconut tops in a glass bowl filled with black-eyed peas.


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