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Dip some plain glass vases into colorful paint to add some serious color and fun to your living room!

Dipped Glass Vases at Joann.com

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Here's an instant organizing trick: Use a serving tray to keep small items neatly corralled on a tabletop. This works everywhere, from kitchen counters to coffee tables, but it's an especially useful tactic on the bedside table, which often ends up littered with everything from glasses to emery boards. "I love using a variety of trays — lacquered, ceramic, silver — on my bedside tables. Her rule: "If something doesn't fit on the tray, it doesn't belong."

Tips for a Clutter-Free Bedroom Nightstand

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Shower wine glass holder // Is it bath time or wine time - or both?! Genius! So clever... #product_design

Skull Armchair is an ominously powerful looking piece of furniture by French designer Harold Sangouard, aka Harow.

Over the door storage for a small bathroom. This would let me switch out the giant medicine cabinet for a pretty, simple mirror.

Use spice racks in a small bathroom. What a good idea you can put all kinds of stuff in the racks.

Dipped Feathers - bunch together in vase for a centerpiece on coffee table - My-House-My-Home

Frames around a corner. *use the idea of the water paintings to transition colors from room to room (ocean day fades into ocean sunset)

Love the idea of using magazine holders for folder and notebook storage. 'cause you know I'll need all the notebook storage I can get, the writer that I am. :D College Prep: Organize, Please... Desks (again)

Mod Podge fabric onto fan blades. kids rooms.

Buy cheap, kitschy things at a thrift store and spray paint them white (or any color you'd like). An easy way to have a crisp, modern collection of items to decorate any room.

Boards - $5.50 at HomeDepot. Just stain and then screw into the wall.