Paint the inside of the door a fun color with a matching printed rug. I love this entry way! The mirror!

Instead of a gallery wall, use Ikea picture ledges so you can swap out the art and frames whenever you want!

Picture Ledges from Ikea for the Master Bedroom Wall

Instead of a gallery wall, use Ikea picture ledges so you can swap out the art and frames whenever you want!

The kitchen expands into the open family room space, emerging beneath an immense vaulted ceiling with a red brick upper dividing wall. Rich dark hardwood flooring contrasts with light grey tones on the button tufted sofa, area rug, and bar stools. All-glass cubic coffee table sits in foreground, with built-in island shelving in white behind.

13 Diverse Family Room Designs from the Drury Design Collection

The kitchen expands into the open family room space, emerging beneath an immense vaulted ceiling with a red brick upper dividing wall. Rich dark hardwood flooring contrasts with light grey tones on the button tufted sofa, area rug, and bar stools. All-glass cubic coffee table sits in foreground, with built-in island shelving in white behind.

A tree branch bookshelf is perfect for a child's room

21 Stunning Bookshelves You’ll Want For Your Home

Wreath

Burlap Wreath, Fall Wreath, Fall Hydrangea wreath, Seasonal decor, Monogram wreath

Roundup: 22 Free Kitchen Wall Art Printables » Curbly | DIY Design Community

Roundup: 22 Free Kitchen Wall Art Printables

How to style a traditional entryway. Click to shop this look and find our top picks on Wayfair!

How to style a traditional entryway. Click to shop this look and find our top picks on Wayfair!

Frame Hanging Tips: If you have a generous amount of horizontal wall space, draw an imaginary line on your wall and place artwork above and below the line. If you want to fill vertical wall space, create a square or rectangle on your wall with painter's tape and loosely arrange your pieces inside.

Frame Hanging Tips: If you have a generous amount of horizontal wall space, draw an imaginary line on your wall and place artwork above and below the line. If you want to fill vertical wall space, create a square or rectangle on your wall with painter's tape and loosely arrange your pieces inside.

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