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    Turquoise paint used to accent the corner of the room and a luxurious maize-colored curtain helps bridge the gap between the contemporary space and the traditional furnishings. Design by Gacek Design Group

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    As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper

    Dollar Tree Apothecary Jar

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    This colorful cabana features octagonal Moroccan side tables in various sizes and patterns, echoed overhead by an assortment of vibrant hanging lanterns.

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    Bold horizontal navy-and-white stripes wake up this bedroom that's tight on square footage but big on style. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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    In love! Colors and design!!! An upholstered headboard evokes traditional elegance with nailhead trim and a distressed finish.

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    Tiffany Brooks designed this living room starting with just one sofa and a budget of $2,000. Success! #hgtvmagazine

    Built-in bookshelves with paper backing #hgtvmagazine

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    Cerise in child's room

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    This is a pin to "Room by room: decorating secrets." My favorite tips from this post: Hang window curtains “high and wide” to make windows look bigger, hang shower curtains higher than usual to make a bathtub feel roomier, arrange accessories in odd numbers, hang wall decor at eye level, when hanging wall decor above a table, lower the height of the piece so that it “relates to the table.”