News — Decorating

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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2019-11-26

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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...

Read more →

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...

Posted by admin on

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...

Read more →