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Rule #5: Don’t Mix Woods “A perceived design rule is to not mix wood species in a space. Our team at W Design absolutely loves breaking this rule! For example, this New England living room features both dark and light wood in the architectural elements. We added two-toned nesting tables to bring visual depth to the space: the walnut complements the brown undertones in the wood floors and the ivory juxtaposes with the cream sofa for a sleek, polished look. We also don’t shy away from mixing…

6 Design Rules to Break, According to Top Designers

Rule #5: Don’t Mix Woods “A perceived design rule is to not mix wood species in a space. Our team at W Design absolutely loves breaking this rule! For example, this New England living room features both dark and light wood in the architectural elements. We added two-toned nesting tables to bring visual depth to the space: the walnut complements the brown undertones in the wood floors and the ivory juxtaposes with the cream sofa for a sleek, polished look. We also don’t shy away from mixing…

Get comfortable no matter the weather outside with these simple tips for setting the mood inside. Fill your mug with cocoa, your room with the fresh scent of a candle and your home with the seasonal beauty of some winter décor. Sit by the media fireplace and watch a favorite show, cover up in a plush throw and kick your feet up on your new ottoman. Shop our selection of cozy comfort accents, available at everyday low prices. Get more easy ideas for all you need this winter for all your…

Making your classroom feel like home would be a great way to set the mood and tone. It was also allow the students to feel safe

Chip and Joanna, of #HGTV's #FixerUpper, completely transformed this home creating a warm, inviting and beautiful place.

Dutch Door House by Magnolia

Love the wall color, neutral rug. Wood table Love the open concept Fixer Upper Season 2 Episode 2 Dutch Door House

The wall dividing the living and dining rooms is opened up with a wide archway for a more open feel. The distinctive patterned ceiling tiles were retained but new recessed lighting and fixtures were added.

Fixer Upper: Brick Cottage for Baylor Grads

The wall dividing the living and dining rooms is opened up with a wide archway for a more open feel. The distinctive patterned ceiling tiles were retained but new recessed lighting and fixtures were added.

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The Post You Have Been Waiting For...Southern Living Design House...Behind The Scene — Providence Design

The Post You Have Been Waiting For...Southern Living Design House...Behind The Scene

The behind the scenes pics and all of the images of the Southern Living House in Little Rock Arkansas designed by the Sisters of Providence Design.