Making a House a Home: Inspiration from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart

Want to love where you live? See how the BHG Live Better Influencer Network finds just the right products to make their living spaces the coziest and most welcoming around.

Table setting for brunch with a porcelain pitcher, fringe dish towels, and a cream and sugar set photo

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Whimsy Girl

Filling your house with people you care about for laughter, food and memories is what truly makes it a home. Lindsay Hines from Whimsy Girl goes all out for a brunch gathering with a Porcelain Pitcher for flowers, Fringe Dish Towels as a tray liner and casual table runner, and the perfect Cream and Sugar Set.

Living room with a pair of pushback recliners and toss pillows photo

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Be My Guest with Denise

Home is where you relax, but Denise Cooper of Be My Guest with Denise knows that you don't have to sacrifice style for comfort. She sets up prime seating in her family room with a pair of Pushback Recliners: The nail-head trim has a classic, pulled-together look, but the secret pushback feature lets Denise and family put their feet up. She added a Rosette Plush Toss Pillow to each chair for extra softness.

Table setting featuring gold ombre hurricanes and gold honeycomb stemless glasses photo

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Warmth is a feeling everyone wants to come home to. Lory Bernstein of Designthusiasm gets glowing by adding a touch of glimmer to her tabletop designs. She places a pair of Gold Ombre Hurricanes as centerpieces to set the mood while Gold Honeycomb Stemless Glasses reflect the light around each setting to make the table decor pop.

Round dining table with distressed dining chairs and plates and pasta bowls photo

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Becky's Farmhouse

To welcome everyone round the table, Becky Cunningham of Becky's Farmhouse believes good seating is key. She selected the Collin Distressed Dining Chairs to dress up her breakfast table, and stacks Modern Farmhouse Plates and Pasta Bowls at each place setting with a tiny flower arrangement to make them extra inviting.

Tabletop wooden tray with a metal and glass lantern photo

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My Soulful Home

The look of your entryway sets the stage for what is to come. Kelly Wilkniss of My Soulful Home suggests creating a tabletop vignette to greet guests to your home. A Tabletop Wooden Tray is the foundation of her arrangement and the perfect place for keys or mail, while a Metal & Glass Large Lantern creates ambient lighting.

Three-piece brass faceted terrarium set and geometric tabletop sculpture photo

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Thistlewood Farms

Since a coffee table is often the focal point of rooms where people gather, KariAnne Wood of Thistlewood Farms likes to create something on it for people to look at. She arranges the varying sizes of the Three-Piece Brass Faceted Terrarium Set as vases for fresh flowers—instant centerpiece!—and echoes their form with a chic Geometric Tabletop Sculpture.

Living area with sweater knit throw pillows and a textured faux concrete lamp. photo

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Fox Hollow Cottage

Details are the difference that make your home uniquely yours. Shannon Fox from Fox Hollow Cottage personalizes her living area with a few cozy Sweater Knit Throw Pillows on the Easton Sofa and a sweet little Textured Faux Concrete Lamp on an end table.

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Know How She Does It

Creating little comfort zones is what Gloribell Lebron from Know How She Does It does to feel at ease in her space. One favorite way she creates a serene vibe is by lighting a Frosted Glass Smoky Gray Mist Candle when relaxing in her living room at the end of the day.

Gallery-style arrangement of photos in matted gold frames photo

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The Mellionaire House

Sharing "who lives here" is a fun way to make a great first impression in the entryway of your home. Melonie Graves of The Mellionaire House created a family Wall of Fame with a gallery-style arrangement of treasured photos in Matted Gold Frames and also used the frames to showcase her children's artwork.

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The Design Twins

Outfitting your home beautifully shouldn't break the bank. Jodie Kammerer of The Design Twins looks for good design at a great value, and she found it through pieces like the Easton Arm Chair with its slipcovered look and the great color, quality and function of the Oxford Square TV Console.

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