Olga’s Design Dilemma

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Olga’s living room was ready for varied neutral palette that’s layered, chic, and oh so dimensional. Here’s how we’d bring in white, cream, tan and chocolate accessories and accents for a totally new space!

Shelly’s Design Dilemma

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We whipped up a casual and inviting family room makeover with a neutral backdrop and some cheerful pops of teal and coral. Here’s what we have in store for Shelly…

Our $319 Patio Makeover (Complete With Loungers & A Fire Pit!)

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We whipped up a major patio makeover during the long weekend and we can’t wait to show you all the form and function that we squeezed in (on a budget no less). Here’s the scoop.

Fab Freebie: Glow On

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No wax. No smoke. No fire hazard. That’s what two people are gonna get with this week’s prize of flameless candles from Smart Candle. Enter to win here through Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

What If…

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By now everyone’s probably aware that there’s a $5,000 bonus up for grabs for the person who earns the most votes on their project over on BHG.com (remember we did this to our porch?). And although we’re holding steady at second place, a bunch of people have commented and emailed us to ask what we would do with BHG’s $5,000 bonus if we were lucky enough to take it home. Of course our initial reaction is always “well, we hate to count our chickens… especially since the competition is so fierce and we definitely have some ground to make up…” but since you guys are very (very) persistent we figured we’d indulge you (and ourselves)

Teresa’s Design Dilemma

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Teresa’s modestly sized living room has to serve as a place to watch TV, get work done on the computer, and eat dinner. Talk about a challenge! We whipped up a light and airy mood board makeover to make the most of her space.

How To Plant An Easy Edible Garden

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We planted an edible herb, vegetable and cutting garden in our backyard and added some evergreens for fullness and structure. Here’s a step by step tutorial full of yummy garden eye candy.