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    Your living room windows are in dire need of a makeover, but goddammit, you’d love not to feel like a total idiot when you’re browsing West Elm. Good thing we made you this infographic that outlines the 12 most popular options.

    A Super-Handy Guide to Window Treatments

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    Everyone wants a cozy home during those long, cold winter months, but not everyone has the time (or the For his latest collection at Target, Nate Berkus was inspired by texture and details. Berkus’s designs feature cozy textiles, fringe details, neutrals paired with metallics, and woven materials—elements that are guaranteed to bring some warmth into your home.

    5 Foolproof Winter Decorating Tips From Nate Berkus

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    The best temporary wallpapers that will totally change your home

    These Wallpapers Are Actually Temporary — Seriously

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    es, it might be a bit chilly, but opening the windows doesn’t necessarily mean letting in the outside air. Remove distracting elements like heavy window treatments, blinds, and drapes to make the room feel fresh and bring in more of that pretty, end-of-winter light. Or if you don’t feel like taking them off the windows completely, open them up more than you usually do to avoid a case of the wintry blues.

    How to Refresh Your Home in the New Year on a Budget

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    If you’ve had the same gallery wall up for ages, we understand if you’re ready for a change. Consider letting your large artwork stand alone on a wall—or, if that’s already the case in your space, try integrating it into a grouping.

    How to Refresh Your Home in the New Year on a Budget

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    Try covering the whole door in something bright and happy, or just paint the trim—and if you catch the color bug, consider painting your exterior door, too.

    How to Refresh Your Home in the New Year on a Budget

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    Eager to give your space a New Year’s makeover—without blowing your budget? These easy expert tips promise to bring new life to your home.

    How to Refresh Your Home in the New Year on a Budget

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    Why not refresh your home and pursue your New Year’s resolutions? Schumacher recommends finding a beautiful basket to store weights and fitness equipment, then committing to a short workout before your morning shower. Make sure the surrounding space is serene and calm.

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    Buying a bold new light fixture or hardware for your cabinets is popular advice for updating your home—but for good reason. It’s inexpensive and can have a big impact on your space’s look and feel. Plus, it works in every room: Try a new bed lamp in a fun color or install metallic pulls on your bathroom drawers. In the kitchen or living room, try updating your light fixtures with modern pendants.

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    The easiest way to update your home on a budget is by rearranging what you already have. Start by putting all your moveable accessories—like tchotchkes, frames, bookends, and throw pillows—into a pile on the floor, suggests interior designer Andrea Schumacher. “Sort accessories by color, and then rearrange them in the room in a more uniform or colorful way,” she says.

    How to Refresh Your Home in the New Year on a Budget

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    Eager to give your space a New Year’s makeover—without blowing your budget? These easy expert tips promise to bring new life to your home.

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    Updating furniture you already have is one of the cheapest and most effective ways to give your home a New Year’s makeover—even if it’s not the easiest solution. But what better time to learn than now?

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    You can take Joy's fun patterns on the go, too. With tons of compartments and pockets for organization and a matching changing mat, these bags have everything a new mom needs. Choose from a backpack or tote design.

    An Exclusive Sneak Peek at Target's Latest Collaboration

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    These bedding sets are designed so you can mix and match, no matter which patterns you choose.

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    Swap out your sofa or bed's throw pillows for these playful ones. Or, use them in your child's room, since they're classic pieces that will seem just right for years to come.

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    Place these "party animals" in your kid's room. They're playful, but the gold tone gives them a little bit of sophistication.

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    This dotted table will work in just about any room—use it in an entryway to store mail and keys, in a living room to place your magazines and books, or in a nursery to display toys, pictures, and toiletries.

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    There's nothing like an always on-trend gallery wall to elevate a room. Add one (or two!) of these prints to your current array, or group a few of these to get started on a new art wall. It's all about making these pieces to fit your own home decor style.

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    Aside from being an extra perch for guests, an ottoman can also be used as a coffee table.

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    Wreathify a chandelier by winding floral wire (sold at craft shops and nurseries) around bunches of a feathery green, such as white pine, juniper, or cedar, then attaching the greens to the perimeter. Keep the rest of the decor minimal—you want this tricked-out fixture to be the star of the room.

    7 Inspiring Winter Arrangements

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    Elevate a staircase naturally, with birch vessels (they don’t tip easily) sprouting greens. Here the mix is juniper, white pine, boxwood, and seeded eucalyptus, but any mix of several textures works. Place in a Ball jar with water, then set the jar inside the birch holder. (This setup makes it easy to change the water.) If the stems are very woody, pound the ends with a hammer to open them up a bit—they’ll drink better.

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    Who says vases need flowers? One sweeping spray of boxwood (tall) and a sprig of seeded eucalyptus (small) among a cluster of shapely vessels creates a festive moment on a mantel or in an entry. Stick with neutral-colored containers, and casually concentrate greens in the center.

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    This maple tripod table offers up intricate detail on a simple silhouette. Using the same technique as in the art of Japanese hand tattooing, the stripes on the legs are painstakingly applied by hand. Also available in oak.

    8 Favorite Furniture Finds on Etsy

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    Reclaimed wood is given new life as a clean-lined, high-style media console. Need a special fit for your living room’s entertainment center? This piece can be customized to any size (and stained any color).

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    Minimalist design for a go-nearly-anywhere hanging rack. Set this angular copper-and-wood piece in the entryway to corral lightweight coats or keep it in the corner of a bedroom as a pseudo valet.

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