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It seems like it was just Christmas and now we're already thinking about Valentine's Day. Luckily, if you're feeling overwhelmed about how to start decorating for another holiday, you can put your mind at ease because we've found the most adorable details to adorn your home with this holiday and beyond.
Whether you're making gifts for loved ones or baking for Santa, these decorating tools are here to make the job easier. With markers, icing tips, and more you'll be able to make pretty Christmas desserts that everyone can enjoy.
If your winter wardrobe is feeling a little lackluster, try adding these stunning scarves to your outfits. From leopard print to soft cashmere, here are our favorite finds this season.
You can easily swap out throw pillows, update family photos, and replace your bedding, but when it comes to decorating your walls you'll probably want something that's going to stay a while. If you don't know where to start your search, we've rounded up timeless wall art that'll look great in any room in your home.
Crafted for snack lovers and cheese connoisseurs alike, a charcuterie board brings both taste and aesthetics to the table. From cheeses to cured meats and jam, create the ultimate snacking experience for any party, happy hour, or date night this season with these hand-picked essentials.
This striking design technique is an easy way to make an artful impact.
These rainbow-colored balloons are made to look like they're floating in mid-air! We used one template to cut, fold, and hang a batch of these easy-to-make paper decorations.
Take a basic hallway from staid to striking. Instead of choosing a standard chair rail to divide the wall horizon, tally and hang thin strips of lattice vertically, parallel to one another, about six inches apart. The paneling-in-reverse creates texture and dimension — and helps protect the wall from damage.
Use raffia, a lightweight fabric that resembles grasscloth. Just a few yards give the doors of this plain armoire a custom, earthy finishing touch.
If you're ready to give your kitchen a fresh update, try adding in some café-style pieces. From bistro chairs to a large wall clock to coffee table books, these finds will make you feel like you're dining in a chic French restaurant.
Valuable space in your home doesn't have to be consumed by bulky exercise machines. We rounded up small yet mighty fitness essentials that can transform any area into a mini home gym.
Your entryway is the first thing guests will see inside your home. Once you've cleared out the clutter, add the finishing touch by hanging one of these wall mirrors. From Art-Deco to modern glam, these stunning mirrors make a statement for any style.
Eating healthier this new year doesn't have to be expensive. These must-have items from The Home Depot will help you create easy, nutritious meals on any budget.
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Give glass bottles, tumblers, and vases one-of-a-kind graphic patterns in metallic tones.
Bring a still life to real life with this three-dimensional display of beautiful blooms.
Use caning — an intricate material derived from the outer bark of the rattan palm — for an easy wall-art project. These light-catching wall hangings are a breeze to make.
This summer, give your home a seasonal makeover with this tropical-inspired print. It's easy: a palm leaf is dipped in paint and stamped onto the canvas (which, in our case, happens to be millennial pink).