Burning Question: Behind Closed Doors?

When it comes to your TV, do you like it hidden in a handsome armoire or on display atop a charming TV stand?

In Addition


We daydream pretty consistently about someday getting an addition and we found an article that helped us think it through. Got any tips or stories for us? Do share…

How To Make A Faux-Tiled Tray With Cards & Clear Resin


Using one pack of Moo MiniCards, we whipped up two festive holiday crafts with some serious customization. And to top it all off, we scored a special discount for our readers.

Fab Freebie: Furry First Aid


Safety doesn’t take a time out for your pet, so here’s your chance to be prepared. Comment on this post to win a free Pet First Aid Kit from FirstAidLive.com

Oh No You Di’nt: The 25 Biggest Decorating Mistakes

The 25 Biggest Decorating Mistakes according to HGTV. Have you committed any of these crimes? Check here for the complete list.

Top Design: And The Winner Is…

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(Um, spoiler alert?) …Nathan! So after doing a pretty good job of tricking us into thinking they were over his eclectic and wacky designs, the judges on Bravo’s Top Design crowned Nathan the winner of Season 2. And while we thought Ondine and Preston put up a darn good fight, Sherry and I both agreed Nathan was deserving of the title.  If for nothing else, the ingenuity of his paper plate chandelier and paint-drip art (which I totally want to recreate now). But Nathan wasn’t the only winner in all this. We can finally calculate the winner of the little contest we had goin’ on to guess the top contenders.  And the winner is…PAM! Pam

Tales From The Crypt

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We have a few entertaining & goulish tales to tell from our Halloween experience this year. Trick or treat!

Exploring Green Front Furniture (it’s HUGE)


Wanna see what we found while hiking through 165,000 sq. ft. of furniture showrooms? Follow us on a brief tour of Farmville’s famed Green Front Furniture.

We’ve Been Shot


What’s it like to have a national home magazine crash your pad for a two-day photoshoot extravaganza? Thanks to DIY, now we can tell you.