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above NICK OLSEN
With a 1-Day Makeover for the Home…
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While accessories like pillows, baskets, throws, books, vases, pots, plants (faux and real), and lamps are comparatively inexpensive next to buying new furniture and window coverings, add them up and they are not necessarily a small expense. As an example, to prepare for a home tour a few years ago, I purchased new accessories to add to my existing ones in the living room, dining room, and master bedroom.
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I purchased ten framed prints, five large decorative pots, two table cloths (for permanent use on living room tables), silver picture frames, and a small area rug. This supplemented the things I already had. The tour was a success and two years later, I’m still delighted with the changes in my home.
above JEFFREY BILHUBER
SHIREE’S list of FAVORITE ACCESSORIES
Aggregates and shells
Vintage baby cups and silver cigarette holders
Antler wall hangings
Plants/faux and natural/topiary
Dish collections for displaying
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