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Bathroom by Jasna Janekovic, via Flickr. I love this crisp white bathroom with all the colours in small details.

Love these accent tables. A simple piece of wood from Martha Stewart. blue room.

Try re-using old windows for a funky new headboard. Either keep the original glass panes, or try this twist with fabric and batting.

Just a few of the many configurations you can use to create gallery style compositions in your home.

Love the green wall and the picture frame placement and colors. Esp. like the gold stenciling..Hubby would hate it so I can just dream

Decorating with BranchesDriftwood, or any other sturdy branch, goes from sculptural to functional when suspended underneath a kitchen shelf. Simply thread it through open wall brackets and use it for dish towels; to hold other lightweight items such as pitchers, pot holders, and cutting boards, try S hooks and loops of thick twine.

DIY end tables (Pottery Barn/Restoration Hardware style). Requires minimal woodworking skill.

agate tones - love this potentially for the bedroom - one wall the darkest blue on here .... with accent art and pillows with the other colors, and a punch of red with furniture and art work.

Reading Nook Wall art, $ 30: Emily won this 1909 pull-down map on eBay. Chair, $ 60: This secondhand chair and footstool from Goodwill currently go for $ 349.99 total at Ikea, new. Shelving, $ 4: A pair of $ 2 brackets convert free driftwood into a floating shelf. "Sea glass, spring branches, and driftwood bring beauty into your home—for free," Emily advises. (

If I ever have another baby, I am going to make this for my front door