By Valery Isidore. Interior Design. Published at Saturday, September 30th, 2017 - 18:01:26 PM.
If you have a room that doesn’t allow for much natural light, if any, try using light fixtures with softer light bulbs to help. Or, use mirrors strategically to help reflect the natural light around the room.
At the end of the day, the last thing I want to do is come home to a messy home. Often, decluttering can be the difference between a room you love and one you hate. Schedule some time to put away items and get rid of the things you don’t use anymore.
For many, the holidays tend to fall back on a traditional look that’s been treasured for many years. This may even include a family event where a live tree is picked out and brought in the home together. A traditional tree is also a great place to incorporate tinsel and a light-up star atop the tree.
If you’re anything like me, you want to be able to see the beautiful cards all season long. Holiday cards are a wonderful way to add to your current seasonal décor and there are plenty of ways to do so. Here’s how to display holiday cards you receive this season.
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