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Molly started decorating imaginary children's rooms out of the Laura Ashley catalog in junior high. Since then, she's bought a house, inherited a bunch of furniture and spends her time trying to make things look more expensive than they actually are. 

Molly writes The Nesting Game, where she plays house with her husband Taylor. She lives in Atlanta and, when not writing or decorating, thinks of what song to karaoke next.

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Recent Blog Posts

How To: Stencil the Easy Way

By: Mollymc May 31, 2012

how to stencil the easy way

Adding a pattern to the back of a bookcase or china cabinet is a great way to give it a shot of personality. Linda figured out a great way to do it with ease AND a fear of commitment.  Continue Reading

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Tips for Selling a Home

By: Mollymc May 31, 2012

created at: 05/30/2012

Ruth and her husband have sold the last 2 homes they've owned in less than 15 days. Clearly, they are doing something right! If you've got a house on the market, keep reading!

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