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  1. 3 Ways to Involve Your Children in the Home Decorating Process

    If given full creative freedom, there's a good chance your children would decorate your family's home differently than you would. This is why parents often take the lead in decorating. Sometimes, however, the children get left out altogether--keeping what they want, solely contained to their bedroom or playroom. There's nothing necessarily wrong with that, but […]
  2. 5 Things I've Learned from Joanna Gaines

    5 Things I've Learned from Joanna Gaines
    Joanna Gaines has quite a bit going for her these days--an attentive and loving husband, beautiful children, a gorgeous home, a multifaceted business;  a hit TV show--but it certainly didn't happen overnight. It took faith and grit and patience to obtain the success that she has today--and that's what makes me admire her even more. […]
  3. 10 Ways to Master Hygge in Your Home

    The Danish practice of hygge is quickly gaining popularity--and rightfully so. If you aren't familiar with it yet, 'hygge' (pronounced hoo-gah) is the Danish concept of taking pleasure in the little things in life. Roughly translated as 'coziness' in English, hygge is a mindset of making the ordinary things and moments more meaningful, beautiful and […]
  4. Achieving Farmhouse Style: What Would Joanna Gaines Do?

    If you're a fan of the HGTV hit show, Fixer Upper, then it's likely you have high hopes of achieving farmhouse style in your own home. And as incredible as it would be to have Chip and Joanna knock on the front door, the chances are slim. For now, just ask yourself: what would Joanna […]
  5. 5 Lessons We Can Learn From Chip and Joanna Gaines

    When it comes to home decorating shows, HGTV's show, Fixer Upper, is one of my favorites. If you aren't familiar with it, the show stars a funny and talented husband and wife team, Chip and Joanna Gaines, who go around Waco, Texas, turning the most rundown houses into beautiful dream homes. In addition to the […]
  6. How To Sew A Shower Curtain

    Making your own shower curtains is simple and easy. All you'll need is fabric, matching thread, a sewing machine, and either a grommet kit or a buttonhole foot for the sewing machine. You can use any fabric you would use for window curtains to make a shower curtain. It doesn't have to be waterproof fabric […]
  7. DIY Table Covers

    Table covers help protect kitchen or dining tables and dresses up the table settings. While you can use tablecloths, runners and placemats all at once, you can also just pick one or two that work for you. If you want a formal table setting you might use all three, whereas a more casual kitchen table […]
  8. Find Your Decorating Style

    Not sure what fabric to buy for your new curtains? Can't decide on a color for repainting your walls? Maybe the problem is that you haven't discovered your decorating style yet. Our individual personalities influence the kind of decorations we find most pleasing in our homes. A traveler who collects eclectic souvenirs from their trips […]
  9. Outdoor Furniture Cushions

    Create beautiful, affordable cushions for outdoor furniture using our outdoor fabrics. If you already have cushions on your outdoor furniture and just want to update the fabric, you can save money by re-covering the old cushions. No need to even take off the old covers unless the fabric is in really bad shape or you […]
  10. Easy Window Treatments

    Window treatments are expensive. This is partly because of fabric markups, which jack the price of fabric up even before it's turned into curtains, draperies and valances. You can get around this by purchasing fabric from Cutting Corners, Interior Fabrics, and Fabric Resource. Even if you're not good with a sewing machine, you can quickly […]

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