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Free new workshop '3 Simple Steps to Decorate Your Home'

Neat!

Kind of a neat quiz! My style is Beachy, Boho and Farmhouse! ... READ the POST

So Accurate!

I thought the quiz was so accurate too, I want my friends to do it. I feel I like such a mix of things and the quiz described them all so well! Who would have thought questions like my favourite drink and flower could help identify my decorating style? Which btw were ice tea on a porch and ... READ the POST

Done with Haphazard Decor!

Done with Haphazard Decor! (Yes, I think I just made that "style" up). 33% French Country (which for personal reasons we will call Swedish Gustavian), 33% Farmhouse, 33% Rustic (that's a surprise, but let's go with it). Throw in a love of danish modern and it's a win! Thank you for this! ... READ the POST

Like a blankie for when pitching to brands! 

We were pretty stuck on where to start when it came to working with brands. When one actually contacted us we had a moment of panic and then picked up this e-book which came highly recommended from blogging friends. And we’re so glad we did. Right away we implemented tips which helped us to get the ... READ the POST

I love your instructions!

LMAO!! I love your How Not to Paint Cabinet instructions! I am in the process of painting a rented house cabinets and have been on Google Search for the past few hours and stumbled across your article. It made me laugh with good humor! Kudos for sharing your lessons learned!! ... READ the POST

Student love

I found my style and was able to bring our small space together by creating a cozy and inviting home...

Danae C.

I loved the lesson on color theory, and also THAT YOU TOLD US EXACTLY WHAT ORDER TO DECORATE IN!

Erica L.

My ah-ha moment was when I realized how much time and money we have spent in the past couple of...

Cheryl P.

I love your easy process to determine my style. I've also learned that my style has changed over the years and seasons...

Sheryl R.

Your explanation of paint colors was the light bulb moment for me! Your explanation would have saved us from painting...

Pat Jensen