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Antiqued iron lamps flank geometric art and make a charming design statement on the buffet. Dining room lighting is controlled on dimmers, allowing the homeowner to create an intimate mood with ease-->

Love the idea of a pet door installed in the screen rather than the door itself, or one of those inserts. Allows dogs access to outside when you want, and intruders out while you're away. :)

What your pet needs…

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Doggie delight - door by Jeld-Wen. Allow your pet come and go as they please, plus it can be locked when needed.

Adding a designer touch is a cinch with this project. Simply surround a small round unframed mirror (check your local craft store's candle department) with bare branches gathered in your backyard. Strip all leaves and limbs for a smooth look, then attach the branches to the mirror with hot glue.

Double-hung windows fill the living room with natural light. Fully lined drapes (featuring an ikat pattern) allow for plenty of privacy in the evening and can be opened or closed at the touch of a button. A classic square ottoman, outfitted in a heavy-duty material, adds interest and function. The furnishing doubles as a coffee table or extra seating.

A nightstand doubles as a cozy pet sleeping area. See more cute animals at home >>