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No Entryway, No Problem: Solutions for Small Space

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s Win the ultimate prize in no-entryway-Jenga: a functional and attractive place to drop your stuff when you get home. Here are some of our best ideas. READ MORE... #RentersSolutions #Entryway #Storage #Affiliate #Decorating

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Stairway And Upstairs Hallway Decor: My Favorite "Room" Of The House

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It seems a little silly to say but our stairway is probably my favorite "room" of the house. While not really a room it is used often as we go up and down the stairs daily with our kids. It has really great big windows that stream in the most natural light than any other space in our house. And I love the black and white photos and frames telling the sweet story of our family. It leads up to our upstairs hallway that includes two bedrooms - a nursery, shared room for our big kids, and a bathroom. The...

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Ten doormats that sum up all the feelings of motherhood in the moment.

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Mom life is the best life... Right? Well, it's certainly rewarding and exciting and challenging and exhausting and frustrating and totally mind boggling... and did I say exhausting yet? (I can't remember, I'm really tired today.) To get the message out there, we've rounded up ten of our favorite doormats that tell it like it is.  Related: How to organize your mudroom or entrance way #MomLife Doormats That Tell It Like It Is Yes, being a mom is not for the faint of heart... The work can be draining, the hours can be long, and the house will inevitably be...

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2019-12-19

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Well, my friends, this is probably the last post in the series on my kitchen remodel project. (That is until I finally finish decorating my dining room!) In case you’re new here, I recently completed a major kitchen remodel. During the renovation, I also added a butler’s pantry, made significant changes to my dining room, updated the powder room, and refinished the hardwood floors throughout the first level of my home. The latter change included replacing the slate flooring and removing the closet in the front entryway. I have yet to show you around that space, so I thought I'd...

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Do all the Halloween decorations you’re encountering at local bars and shops, not to mention houses around the neighborhood, have you wondering how you can properly spook up your home for the scary season? Let skeletons and witches be the only thing...

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1. Plastic prop pumpkins If you’re not looking to invite all the squirrels in the neighborhood to your doorstep, bring the pumpkin party inside with plastic props. Those mid-sized pumpkins you see at bars and small storefronts in your area will be just as adorable (and affordable) on your coffee table or next to your TV. Bonus points if you get one that lights up – you can keep it in your window at night for all to see. 2. Fake spiderwebs Nothing like the creepy crawlies to impart that Halloween scare, right? Fake spiderwebs won’t put a dent in...

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