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Repeat Color

curtains Repeat Color- Cheery checked window treatments in the breakfast nook echo the red tones of the kitchen. Keeping the top two-thirds of the linens neutral helps the space feel light and airy.

Scholarly Setup

Scholarly Setup - A built-in home office just beyond the sitting area faces away from distractions, making it perfect for doing homework. The dining table can easily transform into extended work space for group projects.

Living Room Color Scheme: Friendly Countryside

Decorating in green has endless possibilities. The color's infinite variations blend easily with almost every other hue. Get inspired to use green as an accent, on walls, and on furniture with decorating ideas from these beautiful rooms.

Out to Sea

Out to Sea For a nautical theme, combine cool gray walls, white trim, and red stripes. Here, the red striped couch pops against the crisp paint and serves as an anchor for this space. Framed photos and accessories re

Chartreuse and Red

Modern traditional Raspberry red + pear green links reading area with adjacent living room. Raspberry floral curtains are stationary to subtly define the reading nook and are lined with green striped fabric for a different look from the seating area side.

Chartreuse and Red

Modern traditional Raspberry red + pear green links reading area with adjacent living room. Raspberry floral curtains are stationary to subtly define the reading nook and are lined with green striped fabric for a different look from the seating area side.

Green: Making the Grade

One rule of thumb: Always test paint samples. It's especially a good idea when you want a muted green -- what seems like khaki on the chip could be vibrant olive on the wall. But to prevent earthy.

Blur the Lines

Smart garden path materials balance aesthetics and functionality. See the pros and cons of using materials such as gravel, turf, dry-laid pavers, mortared paths, wood mulch and stones.