Monthly Archives: December 2013

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Dec

Disco Style

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Bring on the New Year with glitz and glamor. Take inspiration from the sparkly disco ball that spins and reflects the new light of 2014 to energize your spirit. As the effervescent champagne bubbles burst, how can we keep the fizz in life as we enter the dark, deep days of winter? See how disco style can brighten your days. Continue Reading ...
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Dec

12 Days To Shine And Shimmer

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Only twelve days are left to add shimmer and shine to the Christmas holiday to impart a golden glow to infuse this festive season with sparkle. I always say, “Go For The Gold” and why not take a chance and “Go For The Bold!” Holiday time demands a shot of outrageous color and a shock of all things gold to amp Continue Reading ...
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Dec

Three Perfect Kitchen Window Treatment Ideas

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Your kitchen is the busiest room in the house this time of year. So many holiday activities take place in this bustling center of your home. It’s where the cookies are baking, soups are simmering, menus are being created and gifts are being assembled. Just as the tree needs to be trimmed and the halls must be decked, the windows Continue Reading ...
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Dec

Window Wonderland

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Windows create the possibility for imaginative and festive holiday scenes. What could be easier and more beautiful than to take advantage of the natural light and large swath of open space with this blank canvas to brighten up your holiday decor? With just a little bit of ingenuity, whimsy and ribbon, garland, a few ornaments and even those nostalgic grade Continue Reading ...
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Dec

First Things First: Holiday Window Fixes

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‘Tis the season for holiday stresses and messes. It’s an inopportune time for stressful scenarios; after working around the clock for the rest of the year, this is the time you should sit by the fire, light the holiday lights, and savor the mellow glow of the season. Unfortunately, that’s hardly ever the case. There are pies and cookies to Continue Reading ...