Home Decor

3 Instagram-Worthy DIY Holiday Decorations for Under $10

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Stylish holiday decorations often come with hefty price tags. But you don’t need to spend your holiday money on décor. Instead try one or all of these DIY ideas so you can put those dollars elsewhere during the holidays.

Each one takes under an hour and costs less than $10 to make. These holiday pieces will look beautiful on your dining room table, but they also work anywhere else in your home. Read Story

Easy DIY Decorative Fall Wreath

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With just a little effort and less than an hour of your time, you can create a beautiful fall wreath for your door that will take you all the way through Thanksgiving. Come December, pull out the flowers and update the wreath with winter and holiday accents. In fact, with a simple update each season, you can keep your door decorated all year long.
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Choosing a Rug for Your House

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A rug may not be at the top of your shopping priority list, but it can be one of the most important accessories in a room. And there is no better way to cozy up a space than with a plush rug.

If you’re hosting guests for the upcoming holidays, a rug is a nice way to spruce up your living space or guest room. But choosing the right one can be tricky. That’s why we’ve put together this list of do’s and don’ts when selecting a rug for your home.

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3 Ideas for DIY Upcycled Home Decor

You know the saying: One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Well, what if your trash was also your treasure? It can be!

If you have stuff you can’t bear to throw away — a cardboard box, a single bowl left over from a set, a scrap trimmed from a rug pad — you can upcycle it. The following three projects turn those unused items into décor you’ll be proud to display in your home because you made it yourself.

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How Couples Can Blend Their Décor Styles Successfully

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Floral prints, bright wallpaper, and ruffled throw pillows can turn off some guys. She’s not likely to fall for leather couches, animal heads, and sports memorabilia, either.

Making a commitment to live together also means deciding on a decorating style that suits you both. Here’s how newly cohabitating couples can blend their masculine and feminine pieces in a way that will make any house feel more like a home.

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Poll: Which Current Home Décor Trend Are You Most Likely to Try?

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Have grand home goals this year? If you’re like us, you’re already dreaming about the home décor ideas you want to try in 2017. We understand. It’s the little touches that add style and interest to a room. That’s why we ask:

Which current home décor trend are you most likely to try?

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