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DIY Your Way to Designer Summer Decor

Dress up your home this summer with fun, easy projects inspired by of-the-moment design trends.
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    Old World indigo dyes are experiencing a major resurgence in home decor, tabletop accents and even designer fashion. Shibori tie dye, which is a Japanese technique using indigo dyes to create sophisticated blue-and-white patterns, is especially hot.

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For proper balance, use one dominant color throughout the tablescape. In this dining room, the dominant color in the dinnerware is navy blue. Since the complement to blue is orange, antique floral plates with layered shades of orange, pink and coral are used as well-balanced accents.

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Gather similar items together for maximum impact. In this living room, a bowl of silver acorns, platter of fruit and a vase full of flowers create a pleasing flow of accessories. Design by Linda Woodrum.

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“Trying to create the sense of a five-star hotel is very important,” says designer Linda Woodrum. “I think that’s the experience you have when you walk into the space.” #HGTVDreamHome

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Group items on shelves by theme, color, shape, texture or material.

This modern stone home takes outdoor living to a whole new level with a sleek lap pool, spacious living area and fireplace. Design by Ilija Karlusic

A small dining area is in the corner of the main room. The screen wall and chairs are plastic to keep things light, and the custom table is on wheels to allow easy movement. The artwork, walls and furnishings are kept neutral to allow all the attention to go to the wild cowhide rug from South America. Designer(s) * Luis Caicedo