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Green Goods To Celebrate Earth Day Month

I love products that make us feel good about ourselves. When it comes to considering our environmental footprints - our day to day impact on Mother Earth, it just makes good sense and is

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Chalky Pastels Have Grown-up Appeal

Grey is not often a color that comes to mind when we think of pastels, but as we take a look at today's chalky hues, we see just how nicely they play together. Adding just a hint of slate to these typically soft and kiddie-type colors, we now notice how they

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Bottle Cap Decor Is Flipp'n Awesome

It's funny how one day you look at something as useless trash, the next, it's an opportunity for an amazing design element. Most recently, bottle caps appeared guilty and fabulous as charged, perfect

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Room of the Day: Colorific Chevron Chic Bathroom

There is often the question of how far we should go when it comes to color in our homes. Will we quickly tire of its vibrancy and/or novelty? Will next year's color date the one I just painted, installed, or invested in like those "Oh-I'm-just-so-hip!" Ed

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Quaint & Cozy Quarters

There's something special about a room that simply says "Welcome." It typically has a feeling of being well-worn, with an over-time and thoughtfully decorated sensibility, seemingly hugging us upon entering. Today's "Design Candy" walks us

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Get Steampunk'd!

Since the 1980s there has existed an "ahead-of-its-time" design style and aesthetic that fuses Victorian era England with Sci-Fi fantasy called Steampunk. The juxtaposing of techno-mechanical elements with the repurposing, upcycling, and reusing

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Room of the Day: Bathe Under the Sea In A Yellow Sub Tub

Eccentricity can often wield a crafty sword, and today's "Room of the Day" certainly swings with creative power in a big way. Inside the home called "Gaudi's Beach House", with thousands upon thousands of tiles laid floor to ceiling, a virtual

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Stay in a Hamster Bubble

For many kids, hamsters were the next best thing to owning a dog, cat, or rabbit. The fun of having one of these petite pets was watching them roll around in that plastic ball or scurry through the space-age labyrinth of tubes; it was endless entertainment.

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Delightful Ways to Use Christmas Lights All Year Long

By now, most of us have rallied and completed the dreaded "end-of-the-holidays" packing up of decorations, bidding a reluctant "until-next-year" farewell to the season. If you're anything like me, this time of year can be a bit melancholy and anti-climactic. Why?

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Book Review & Giveaway: Salvage Secrets You'll Want to Tell Everyone About

Caked on dirt, cob webbed covered, rusted, scratched, dusty...and fabulous! That's what veteran and designer Joanne Palmisano shows us in her new book, Salvage Secrets:Transforming Reclaimed Materials Into Design Concepts. When I first received a copy of this book