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Decor to adore

Decor to adore

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champagne is always the answer (yes it is).

Black, white, and gold are a classic combo that always look glamorous. Bold stripes give this color palette a modern feel.

The Frosted Petticoat: Feeding the Soul

Learn how to make these cute and simple DIY frame shelves! Such a great way to reuse old frames or to dress up frames.

DIY Frame Shelves - Shanty 2 Chic

Dollar Store trays, paint with chalkboard paint and put around house with various Christmas sayings.

www.tipsforplanni... has some info on some party planning apps for your smartphone to make planning a whole lot easier.

Baroque Nail Polish Frame Display by DaintyCreations on Etsy

Easy DIY Thanksgiving Centerpiece Wood Box from // Decorate it for any holiday!!

Table Centerpiece for Fall!

Peaceful, restful. Gray with blue/greeen undertones. Sherwin Williams sea salt is a great bedroom color!

Tupelo Honey: July 2012

Get your home ready for Fall! Add a free printable or two to your home decor!

Free Fall Home Printables

Chic stripes & a beyond gorgeous pink table cloth! Lauren Rae Photo www.theperfectpal...

A Chic and Swanky Kate Spade Inspired Dinner Party

diy house decor | DIY Home Decor with Mason Jars and Reclaimed Wood

More Mason Jar Magic

Need some inexpensive wall art ideas? Here are 39 of them.

different size pilows Morning Show Ladies on Pinterest [STYLE]

DIY!! So doing this!!

The most unique DIY photo frames , DIY Wall Art

Fun for a basement conversational wall

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Large Rustic Mirror

Little girls room decor

Easy and Cheap DIY Plank Wall! So Pretty... LOVE it!

Ceiling adding the vine balls

DIY candle. Only need wax chips, scented oil, wicks, and mason jars.

Only 5 boards and some nails!

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS/DURON, COLORS OF HISTORIC CHARLESTON VERDITER BLUE DCR078 NRH: "This is an intense 18th-century blue-green with a great history. They used to make it by pouring acids on copper and using the verdigris as the pigment for the paint. A living room would be killer with this on the walls, dead-white trim, and mahogany or black-painted furniture." -Ralph Harvard