Wedding Invitations! To Make Or To Buy!

Written by Ben Shar

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If you decide to purchase them, think about these qualifications forrepparttar wedding invitations you choose.

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Accessories the finishing touches for a home

Written by Elizabeth Ray

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Using mirrors as on walls is a great way to expand a small space. Mirrors as accessories can also be hung over a side table, chest or on a fireplace. Choose square or round shaped pictures and mirrors to hang in square spaces and rectangular or oval shapes for rectangular spaces.

Pillows are great to softenrepparttar corners of a sofa and to add a splash of color to a room. Varyrepparttar 147112 colors, patterns and sizes ofrepparttar 147113 pillows especially on a bed to spice up a bedroom.

It is easy for a bookcase to end up with a cluttered look, but less is better unless it is a library. Remember to group accessories in odd numbers. Large items such a bowls and baskets can be a grouping of 1, and family pictures should still be at eye level.

When in doubt get examples from pictures depicting beautifully decorated spaces such as decorating magazines or furniture stores.

Elizabeth is an interior decorator and the owner of

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