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A round table always encourages conversation and laughter and the generous size of this table means everyone can join in. Pedestal-style base lets you accommodate quite a few chairs at the table without leg tangles, classic country design is cheerful and matches traditional and French-inspired decor.
Alaina Kaczmarski's Lincoln Park Apartment Tour - The Everygirl
A few years ago, a painted black gallery wall appeared on my computer screen and I became a forever fan
A ceiling-hanging clothing rack takes advantage of your vertical space.
The one shown here doesn't look bulky or monstrous, and you have enough vertical space to stack things like shoes or books underneath.
Kelly Oxford - Office Decor Ideas
Let’s face it, when it comes to clients, I can’t think of anyone more fun to work with than Kelly Oxford, a writer whose hilarious twitter feed launched her into literary stardom. She’s busy these days working on screenplays and taking fancy meetings, so she brought in Homepolish to help spruce up her new office.
The “Blank & Boring to Cheery & Comfortable” Living Room Makeover
Project by: Molly of Awfully Big Adventure Location: Austin, TX This project focused on taking my tiny, boring, popcorn-ceilinged living room and turning it into a cheery, comfortable place to come home to- all on a serious budget. Using mainly Ikea, Craigslist, hand-me-downs, and tchotchkes galore, the living room came together and is now a colorful, eclectic space far from the oatmeal box it once was.
Holiday Decorating with Limited Space
In a perfect world, we would have a robust tree, lights would grace our porch and a wreath would decorate our door. But our reality is a small living room with nearly no space for a tree, a front door that opens to an apartment building hallway and a “porch” that is actually a fire escape. Decorating for city living is a far cry from the suburban Christmas in which we grew up.