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

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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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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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Bedroom Storage Solutions

These quick and easy bedroom storage solutions will help you turn a cluttered, busy space into a calming refuge that's perfect for reading, relaxing, and sleeping. See how you can organize your bedroom with off-the-self products like baskets and bins, plus DIY storage projects, and even savvy custom solutions.

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    • Build Around

      Utilize the space around the head of your bed for storage. Configure shelves and cabinets to suit your storage needs. Here, a lower cabinet has a flat table surface that serves as a nightstand, and plenty of shelves keep books, bedtime necessities, and decorative objects.

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    • Must-Have Storage Solutions

      See how this bedroom packs in easy storage solutions you'll want for your own space.

    • Jewelry Storage

      Update your jewelry storage with a fabric-covered corkboard for necklaces and a fancy metal grate for earrings. Cover a large corkboard with your choice of printed fabric, and use cute pushpins to keep the necklaces in place. Find and frame a metal grate or old vent cover to hang earrings for a stylish, vintage look.

    • Ladder-Style Shelving

      Store a variety of items in your bedroom with a ladder-style shelving unit. Open shelves with different depths allow you to store almost anything, including alarm clocks, trinkets and décor, and extra blankets and linens. A ladder-style shelf provides height as well, which allows more space for storing larger items.

    • Easy Open Shelving

      Create open shelf space simply by removing the bottom drawer in your bedside table. The open space is perfect for storing grab-and-go items and is a great place to display small trinkets and decorations.

    • Small Bedroom Storage

      Watch and learn three great tricks for adding more storage to any bedroom, no matter how small.

    • Small-Space Primping Station

      Carve out a corner of your bedroom for prime primping. Start with a vanity table with drawers for storage. Add a mirror and a lamp for optimal makeup application lighting. Top the vanity with trays for organization, and add a wall-mount cabinet for organizing. Finish the space with a small stool that can tuck beneath the table so it doesn't take up floorspace when not in use.

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    • Multipurpose Work Space

      Employ a wall-mounted work station as bedroom storage for jewelry and odds and ends. Interior cabinet space can accommodate everything from necklaces to office supplies. A fold-out desktop provides a quick spot for you to get work done, and then folds back up, keeping your storage space hidden.

    • Accessories on Display

      Sometimes accessories are just too cute to tuck away in a jewelry box. Instead, install hooks on the side of a dresser or bedside table for a quick way to store and display jewelry. Rather than traditionally installing the hooks, turn them on their side. This provides more space for bracelets or necklaces and prevents them from getting tangled.

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      Show-and-Tell Tower

      A customized storage tower is a great way to keep items in their place while still showing off your belongings. The cabinet on the bottom half of the storage tower allows you to hide items and keep them out of the way, while the shelves above resemble a display case with glass door keeping the shelves enclosed.

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      Sitting Storage

      An end-of-the-bed bench is a plus for any bedroom -- even if it has to have slender construction to be suitable for a small bedroom. Large drawers store extra blankets and out-of-season clothing away from sight but within easy reach. A plush seat cushion creates a cozy perch for putting on socks and shoes in the morning.

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      Hidden Storage

      In your bedroom sitting area, add a trunk-like ottoman (or two!) to store linens and extra blankets. Choose pieces with a durable fabric so you can get comfortable and put your feet up while reading a book or sipping on morning coffee.

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      Headboard Convenience

      Tap into unused space with a stylish headboard filled with convenient bedside storage. The front panel of this headboard flips up to reveal shelving for extra blankets and out-of-season clothing. When the panel is closed, the top ledge of the headboard is perfect for housing bedtime necessities and books.

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      Underbed Storage

      Beneath the bed is the go-to place for storing out-of-season clothing and extra linens. Keep dust bunnies away from what's stored under your bed with shallow wicker or canvas boxes. These smart containers have handles on each side, making them easy to grab and transport as needed.

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      Seasonal Stowaways

      Underbed storage makes use of potentially wasted space while still keeping items out of sight. These rolling plastic bins are perfect for hiding out-of-season clothing, accessories, and shoes. Label the top or sides of each container with removable stickers to ensure items stay in their designated homes. Old dresser drawers or crates can also be adapted for underbed storage. Just make sure to attach a set of casters to make them easy to slide, and add pulls to give you something to grab.

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    • DIY Underbed Storage
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      DIY Underbed Storage

      Utilize the space beneath your bed for smart bedroom storage. See how with this simple DIY project.

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      Two-of-a-Kind

      Give your bedroom storage a boost with an extra dresser. Easily transform mismatched or secondhand dressers into a cohesive pair by painting them each the same color. For even more stylish continuity, replace the knobs with matching drawer pulls.

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      Stately Storage

      An elegant secretary adds dimension to this light and airy bedroom while also contributing plenty of storage. Drawers hold items such as books and spare linens, and the desk portion serves as a cozy writing spot. Give an outdated flea market secretary a quick update with a fresh coat of paint and pretty drawer pulls.

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      Relocated Credenza

      Usually relegated to dining rooms, a credenza proves just as useful in a bedroom. Top the unit with pretty accessories or a jewelry box. Add a lamp, and hang a mirror above the credenza to create a beautiful dressing table. The inside can hold anything from books to purses.

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      Timeless Armoires

      Tried-and-true bedroom storage units such as armoires remain popular for a pointed reason. A tall handsome armoire is a decorative addition to any style of bedroom and can be called upon to store just about anything, whether it is a bedroom TV, linens, clothing, or accessories.

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      Bedside Desk

      Desks need not be reserved for office spaces. Introduce one into your bedroom for use as a nightstand or a makeup vanity. This bedside desk boasts drawers filled with bedside necessities while the tabletop houses a reading lamp.

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      Wall-Mount Bedside Shelf

      When organizing your bedroom, a great place to start is the bedside table. If yours is a jumble of books, medicine bottles, and empty water glasses, take steps to ensure a more calming before-bed spot. Start by storing just the bare necessities -- an alarm clock and a small collection (think three to four) of books or magazines. Another lesson from this savvy setup: Get that nightstand off the floor. Mount a shelf on the wall, as shown here, or integrate it into your headboard to give yourself an out-of-the-way storage spot. Magnetic boards above the nightstand offer space to display favorite photos.

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      Small-Space Storage

      When there's no space for a nightstand, substitute a recessed wall niche for bedside storage. Carve out space between wall studs, drywall the niche, and install shelves for books and other bedside necessities.

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      Bedside Library

      Love keeping a library of books by your bed? Try a bedside table with multiple shallow drawers to house volumes of your favorite nighttime reads. Reserve the top drawer for a TV remote, cough drops, and lotion.

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      Hooked on Storage

      Run out of storage space in your jewelry box? Use hooks mounted on the side of a dresser or wall. Hang a row of five or six hooks to showcase a rotating display of seasonal or favorite jewelry pieces.

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      Storage on Display

      This unconventional storage solution packs a punch with style and function. A reclaimed ladder fills up an unused corner of this light and airy bedroom while also offering storage and display space for books, collectibles, and small potted plants. The open display can be easily changed as seasons or design tastes change.

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      Storage for Kids

      Cubbyholes grow up with your child and can even adapt to tween and teen storage needs. This storage-packed bench now serves as the perfect spot to tuck away books and small toys, but in the future it could be outfitted with baskets and bins for concealed storage options. To make your own storage bench, use an open-back bookcase; turn it on its side and attach feet, one at each corner, to the bottom. For a finishing touch, throw on a coat or two of paint.

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      Day-by-Day Clothes Organizer

      For the ultimate kid-friendly clothing organization system, sort clothes for each day of the week, and hang them on labeled day-of-the-week hangers. Place hooks on a bit of empty wall space or on the back of your child's closet door.

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      Closet Storage

      Maximize your closet for optimal bedroom storage. Read up on our favorite closet organization strategies below:

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      Creative Things to Do with Wood Crates

      It's time to think out of the box! Amp up the storage in your home with new and creative ways to use (and reuse) wood crates. Whether you're making a DIY coffee table or a homemade wine station, our wood crate ideas are perfect for your decor.
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