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Tips for Framing and Hanging Art

The following post is from Lindsey M. Roberts, a design & décor writer: Lesson learned: I need to get it through my head that even if a beautiful print is inexpensive, the framing is not. Recently, I took a big pile of art to the framing store, and $$$ later (even with a 60% discount!)…

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Form Versus Function…Which Do You Focus on for Your Home?

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The following is a sponsored post on behalf of Havertys: Sean and I joke that we don't always balance each other out very well because we're a lot alike: both introverts, both spenders, both sarcastic. But one area where we do balance each other out is interior design. I am type-A to my core, and…

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Buying Used: How to Fill Your Home with Secondhand Stuff

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: I'll admit, I have a little bit of a problem - I love to buy other people's stuff. I mean like, pre-owned, secondhand, used stuff. Granted, it's not junk. On the contrary, I love to find stuff that's in great condition that people are selling because they…

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Inexpensive Ways to Add Outdoor Lighting

The following post is from Lisa of The Pennington Point: It can get expensive to buy lights that are made for outdoors.  But with some creativity and resourcefulness, you can light up your evenings in style for very little money. If you have a porch area where you can sit and relax, then soft lighting…

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