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Decorate the Perfect Space

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Decorate the Perfect Space

Decorate the Perfect Space

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To break up an all-white palette, focus your colorful intentions on the hardware.

Instead of painting the entire frame, brush color along the inner and outer edges.

Aquarium rocks aren't just for the fishies — a sprinkling of neon gravel gives a succulent an unexpected boost.

Prompt your kiddo to keep clothes organized with a grid of bins painted cheery colors.

Painters tape and acrylic paint took this craft store basic to playfully color-blocked.

Give your end table's mini-me a little love. Bold stripes look sweet, not garish, when restricted to the smaller half of a nesting pair.

Spotlight your favorite odds and ends with a saturated hue against plain white shelves.

Pine planks become an inviting place sit when painted an ombre array of colors.

This thrift store furniture find was a little dinged up, so blogger Tonya turned to chalk paint to add a fun surprise.

Geometric details like the striped rug and check curtains complement the adventure-inspired gallery wall. New cabinets add tons of toy storage and a bright yellow slipcover transforms an old futon from the basement.

Nautical-striped curtains and a painted bedside table are a playful pair.

Check out the gorgeous blue armoire and desk. Painted crates create clever toy storage.

A wood-planked accent wall, rich navy bed, and handsome leather armchairs turn the once-wimpy space into a sturdy, stately one.

Instead of repainting the magenta wall, Jenna smartly swapped out the babyish green accents for cheery yellow ones. A tufted headboard and grown-up armchair round-out the room.

A gray-imbued blue, plank headboard, and framed posters make the room more polished, but still cool enough for a kid.

A deep blue rug cozies up much prettier wooden floors, but the shining feature of this bedroom is the gold polka dots on the walls.

This inspired paint job takes themed kids rooms to the next level. The bright coral color is reminiscent of a big top, but isn't too clownish thanks to muted gray walls.

This "modern princess" bedroom leans on gray walls to dial down the sweetness, but stays feminine with wall art and a pink-trimmed canopy.

To add texture, this blogger used a denim-like treatment on the walls.

Damask wallpaper is a soft substitute, and a new window seat adds the perfect place to curl up with a book. A chandelier, whitewashed furniture, and pink curtains add final shabby chic touches.

Need a spot to tie your shoes? Make a bench like this one by attaching hairpin legs ( to a piece of laminated shelf pine (available at lumber stores).

Hang bracketed shelves in a tight space — they'll keep you organized without the bulk of cabinets, and are the perfect place to display cute glassware.

This vintage wicker bar cart boasts double-shelf storage for books, jewelry, and trinkets. You can also try a trunk or wooden crate.

Create a stylish accent wall with a bold black-and-white pattern (this one is by American designer Albert Hadley).

Scan a great vintage shot and have it digitally enlarged to poster size at a photo shop. Attach strips of wood at the top and bottom for a casual (and cheap!) framing solution.