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Thursday, April 17th, 2014

The Home Stylist: Throwback Thursday- Updating Wood Paneling

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Maybe you are a renter "stuck" with paneling, or you bought a house that has it and you don't want to go through the hassle of ripping it down and repairing the dry wall (or whatever else might be hiding underneath!).

Updating wood paneling with paint gives it a more updated look, and also brings more light into the room. Wood paneling can make a room feel like a cave. There are other options, like "gluing" fabric with a paste that you can make yourself and then just wash off of the paneling when you decide to take the cloth down. 

If you don't want to paint or "paper" your paneling, simply bringing lighter or warmer colors into the color scheme works wonders. One client rented an apartment that was mostly wood paneling. So we ordered new furniture (a warm, red sectional) along with a large, white, modern lamp (she was very into contemporary style) as well as white roman shades for her windows. These two colors–the deep red and bright white added a homey feel to her dark walls while also brightening the apartment. 

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

The Home Stylist: Before and After- The Benefits of Decluttering

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Decluttering a space makes a huge difference. It can give a room the illusion of more space and square footage, and also makes a room look newer. For this staging client, I recommended that personal items on the counters and fridge be removed. We also upgraded the counter to match the flooring. The blue countertop and the blue walls were just too much all together. This change added some depth to the room! We also removed the items on top of the cupboards, giving the edges a cleaner and sharper look.

Once you declutter, it allows a potential buyer to picture themselves in your home, gives the appearance of a bigger area, and makes the room seem newer. You can't go wrong!

Monday, April 14th, 2014

The Home Stylist: Pin of the Week: Style In A Snap “Inbox Snapshot” Email Design Plans

Are you looking for some decorating tips but don't have the time or money to spend on a full-blown interior decorating consult? Or, do you prefer more of a hands on, DIY approach to redecorating that not only stretches your budget, but gives you more involvement in the process? Do you want to work with me, but live too far away for a local meeting?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you should check out my Email package through Style in a Snap! For $60.00, you can purchase my Inbox Snapshot. This will allow you to email me your burning decorating questions and I will respond with my top three recommendations. 

All you need to do is type up your questions and attach any images you would like to share in the entry fields of the form (link to the page is above), and we will be on our way! Sign up for your Inbox Snapshot, today!

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Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

The Home Stylist: Pin of the Week: DIY Custom Curtains

Custom window treatments are pretty expensive. You do get what you pay for, but for those of us on a decorating budget (and those of us who prefer the DIY version of decorating!), with a decent sewing machine and a pattern (or a couple of YouTube tutorials) DIY custom curtains might not be as difficult as you think. You can use any fabric you want, but the idea shown below uses sheets, which make for longer curtains.

Keep in mind, curtains aren't just for windows any more! You can take the sliding doors off of a closet and hang a curtain rod to display your newest project, while also hiding storage. I love this idea for a child's room, nursery, laundry room, and even a home office! It adds softness and texture to a room that you cannot find with a door.

Another interesting idea I have seen lately, is hanging a curtain rod in your shower, just below the ceiling and using longer curtain panels as opposed to a shower curtain. This leads your eye to take the bathroom in differently and is a fresh look (especially if you rent and cannot paint, this adds a splash of color). You can also hang curtains on the wall that your bed is on for a regal look (again, a great idea to add color if you rent and cannot paint!)

Do you have any unconventional curtain ideas that you would like to share? I would love to hear them! Post your feedback and ideas on The Home Stylist's Facebook page or, you can also find me (and post and comment!) on Style In A Snap's Facebook page. Follow me on both pages for interior decorating and home staging tips!

Until next time, happy sewing!!!

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Thursday, March 20th, 2014

The Home Stylist Pin of The Week: Building a DIY Corner Pantry

If you are looking for a new way to arrange your kitchen cupboards during spring cleaning, look no further! This week's pin is a DIY Corner Pantry. If you have a spare corner, wallpaper (or paint and stencils), and some wood, you can easily construct something similar to this example.

To be extra organized, you can use a label maker (I love mine!) or chalkboard paint to create labels on the shelf space to organize each item in your pantry. I have even seen chalkboard labels, that are actual stickers you can write on with chalk.


Hit up Target or a Home Goods store for clearance or sale priced tins and containers to store your flour, coffee, sugar, and tea, etc. Most pantries are concealed, but this is a good example of how pretty an open pantry can be, if you coordinate the wallpaper with the paint of your kitchen and the storage containers you use. Grab some cute bookends and place your cookbooks on one of the shelves, next to your stand mixer, blender, or any other small appliance you want to store in there.


The best thing about this idea is that it allows you to utilize a corner that you otherwise wouldn't, freeing up cupboard and counter space. Talk about maximizing your square footage! 




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The best part of this idea is that it takes up a corner that you might not be occupying, freeing up cabinet and counter space. Talk about maximizing your square footage!