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3. Don't throw out that old bookshelf... turn it into a kitchen island instead! Check out this and tons of other furniture
>5. Color blocking - This garden space on the exterior of The Royal Antibes Hotel shows a lovely wall of bright orange combined with a white cement wall and wooden structural elements - which
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a vibrant new tablecloth to the dining room. Spray paint existing furniture a lighter hue. The sky's the limit!
2. Put away heavy blankets.
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10. Add fresh flowers. Nothing says luxury quite like a big bouquet of flowers. Pick them from your garden during the summer months for free. And buy from the grocery
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3. Add Texture - Layering interesting textures throughout your house is a
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2. Another great affordable decor idea is to use outdoor elements inside. Here I've collected a bunch of pinecones and
furniture. Try moving pieces out from the wall, or into a diagonal layout. Consider moving pieces from one room to another as well - this will immediately give your space a fresh feel.
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beautiful addition to a room, making it feel larger. But the reflective power of mirrors can be harnessed in many other ways... as sculptural art, accents on furniture and even functional pieces.