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Tag: Home Decor

Posted on 06/13/2022
One Fun Way to Repurpose an Old Chandelier
If you’re a plant lover and looking for a creative way to display your potted plants, try repurposing an old chandelier. Whether you want to hang it indoors or out on the porch, a plant hanger chandelier adds whimsical charm to a space while giving an old furnishing new life. Here we’ll go over the materials and process...
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Posted on 05/02/2022
Home decor: Fun DIY crafts for you and the little ones
If you are a parent who has a passion for crafting, then you may want to share your favorite hobby with your kids. While you are busy creating a DIY shelf for the living room, you can easily give them their own special project to complete. These are just a few of the best DIY home decor projects...
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Posted on 11/22/2021
Things to Consider When Planting Succulents Together
Succulent arrangements make excellent natural decorative pieces. You can grow and maintain them inside and out and use almost anything as a container, making them extremely versatile and an easy way to enjoy the beauty of live plants. While you can purchase many succulent combinations pre-made, sometimes it’s more fun (and more affordable) to make them yourself. Here...
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Posted on 11/08/2021
Your Guide to Garden Mirrors
Garden mirrors might seem like a new trend, but they’ve been popular among outdoor designers and gardeners for decades. With the wide variety of mirrors and mirrored surfaces available to add to your garden decor, you can incorporate this fun idea into your outdoor space. Here are the basics about garden mirrors and some ideas to inspire you....
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Posted on 10/11/2021
How to Make Wall Art With Succulents
Vertical gardens and living walls are a trend that won’t be going away soon. As homeowners become more environmentally conscious while spending time at home, bringing nature indoors has never been more important. What’s especially beneficial about vertical gardens and living walls is that they can be works of art just as much as living plants. Here are...
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