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This sweet and whimsical baby girl woodland nursery inspiration board is both adorable and fun! Love the pops of blue, pinks and yellows with natural, outdoorsy elements! Happy Monday, friends!! I don’t know about you, but we had fall break last week, which meant Coach and Miss A were home all week long. And while …
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As the days become shorter and the temperatures begin to dip, we’ll show you how to bring some warmth back into your home by decorating with natural elements such as leaves, pumpkins, nuts, acorns, birch bark and other seasonal materials for gorgeous fall DIY displays. …
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Weve all been there, whether it involved a rent check or a mortgage – the dreaded tiny bathroom. I found myself in this exact situation after purchasing my current home this past summer. My main bath features a beautifully tiled full-size walk-in shower, a toilet, a small vanity… and no room for anything else. So I set off to research just what design elements might make it feel like a larger and lighter space.
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At first glance, wainscoting or trim may seem like a hindrance for combining art and headboards, but with a tweak to your decorating view, you can create decor that highlights those elements without detracting from the rest of the room. Here, for example, a medium-size print balances between headboard and wainscoting. Delicate collections on top of the shelf offer an eclectic, yet dainty, complement to the muted palette./
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I love this ring! Its cute, its whimsical, its just playful! The pink center is such a happy color and seems even brighter next to the black petals of the flower. A US size six and three quarters (6.75) this ring is made of colored copper wire (black) Since this is a wire ring it will mold itself to your finger with wear and can distort if you handle heavy objects while wearing it. Please wear with care :) This little shank button has been in my button jar for roughly 20 years. It once belonged to my oldest daughters favorite dress and sat in that jar patiently waiting to be reattached. Kids grow really fast at that age and she out grew the dress before the button could get sewn back on. Just as it was looking like it had found permanent residence in my button jar I wrote a blog post. http://magpieapproved.blogspot.com/2011/02/i-only-use-materials-that-work-best-in.html Writing that post was probably one of the most creatively freeing things I have done. That little button was freed from never got sewn back on suddenly becoming a creative design element, and a really cute one at that! To see more more buttons as design elements in my shop click here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/WindDancerStudios?section_id=6592855
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Create an eclectic, cozy corner in your room by mixing traditional furniture and contemporary decor. An oversized tufted leather chair contrasts beautifully with geometric wall decor. Touches of greenery combine with metallic elements to create a look that’s on-trend and fit for any design scheme. Click to explore this stylish space.
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When Im faced with the task of decorating a blank wall, I look for easy and frugal design elements that I can make on my own. Shelving is the first place I like to start because the right shelves add visual appeal while also incorporating useful organization. To help you get started building your own …
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