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Choosing Furniture for Small Spaces Don't worry: You're not stuck with dollhouse furniture simply because you have small rooms. Just pick pieces that work harder and look smarter.

Do you love Aqua? Kate Riley discussed using this alluring color in your home on Centsational Style! Read her post here: www.bhg.com/...

Lime-green walls and a bold blue bed frame create a fresh vibe in this bedroom. A large-scale-paisley quilt and a wicker bedside table inject a fun cottage vibe that's echoed by a series of whimsical bird prints hung above the headboard. A fresh coat of paint spruces up a tired old bed frame. Big impact for little money.

Ocean Vibes Vintage glass bottles topped with dried starfish and coral add a beachy cottage feel to this bright master bedroom. Placed atop a tall dresser, the bottles are accented with a large freestanding piece of dried coral. The items provide a textural focal point without interfering with the soft aesthetic and neutral palette of the space.

Totally digging all the eclectic pieces in this space. Get more ideas for decorating with color: www.bhg.com/...

Fiestaware colors from the bottom up - Juniper, Chartreuse, Lilac, Seamist, Evergreen, Lemongrass, Heather, Shamrock, Plum.

Love everything here but the bedding. So, all the little touches - pouf, nightstand styling, footstools at the end of the bed, wall color.

Find an old TV cabnet on Craigslist and do this for storage? Kicking myself for giving ours away now...grrrrr.

Would love for this kind of nook in our bedroom when we renovate including the shutters. Change the window to patio doors.

Window Seating It's easy to turn a window seat into a breakfast nook -- just add a table! While the chairs are optional, they come in handy when guests arrive. Corbels on both sides of the window turn this space into a quaint alcove. A chandelier adds the perfect touch of shabby-chic elegance. All except for the lack of recessed area at the floor level on the bench, needs foot space...

Moving Theme: A thread of reddish-orange unites the patterns in this bedroom, but if you look a little closer, you'll also discover a subtle circle motif. Dots on the bed skirt and draperies, circles on the duvet cover, and rings on the Roman shades all work together to add movement to the space. The piece de resistance: a trio of porthole-style mirrors above the bed.

Southern Charm - love the headboard and the coral and gray color scheme