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Bathroom Makeover: Vintage Chic

Where is that one place in the world where you can completely switch off and enjoy some alone time? For many people it’s their bathroom, where they can reflect on the day-gone-by, belt out that one song stuck in their head or just getaway from the outside world. The design of a bathroom is often overlooked, but really – if this is your sanctuary, style it like one! Here’s a guide to makeover your bathroom with some vintage chic charm.   Continue reading Bathroom Makeover: Vintage Chic

Dress Up Your Walls with Framed Photo Collages!

Would you like to finally get all those photos from the wedding, the baby shower, the family reunion up an on the wall? But you just don’t know what to do with them all? Creating a photo collage in frames is an excellent solution to an album that runneth over.  Mix and match different frames and sizes to create a modern or vintage feel; can even create a shape of a heart or a staircase whatever your needs and style are you can definitely meet them with a photo collage. LightInTheBox.com offers great affordable sets of photo frames that lend themselves perfectly to photo collages! Get inspired below! Continue reading Dress Up Your Walls with Framed Photo Collages!

Birds in Flight

Stick Up Your Home Decor!

Wall Stickers are an easy way to spice up your home decor! They can make your kids’ room more playful or add a non-permanent holiday or unique feel to any living space in your home! Would YOU use wall stickers to spruce up your decor?

Kids Inspiration – Princess Palace or Pirates Cave! Your kid can get into their favorite fantasy more easily with these fun wall stickers!

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Living Rooms can have added serenity or a trendy edge with various kinds of stickers!

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Seasonal – get ready for your favorite holidays with these festive decals for your walls or windows!

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