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Pretty in Pastels
By Payless Decor
3/18/2015 7:08:00 AM  

This Friday marks the first day of spring, which means you can officially start incorporating pretty, light pastels into your home decor. Check out some of these great ideas that can serve as inspiration for incorporating pastel shades into your home throughout the spring season.


Light-Filtering Cellular Shades

These cellular or honeycomb shades are a great way to experience the fun colors of spring while still serving essential shade purposes. They come in a wide range of colors including pale petal and ocean that bring the light, pretty colors of spring into your home. In addition to pastel color options, the shades also offer light-filtering capabilities and incredible softness and insulation.

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Solids and Textured Pleated Shades

Pleated shades are all about options! Whether it’s fun colors like weaver-loden and nabuk-oatmeal or useful liners such as privacy and room-darkening, you can be sure that the shades will be able to meet all of your unique needs. You can even add an element of convenience with the top-down bottom-up option that lets you raise the shades from the bottom.

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Cordless Roman Shades

Cordless roman shades have two roman styles and countless color options. For example, you can choose from wilmington water, lexi chino or fun patterns to add some spring to your home. The shades also feature a cordless lift system that is easy to use and safe for your children and pets. In addition to these great benefits, the shades come with a standard light filtering liner.

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Privacy Roller Shades

These roller shades not only come in spring color options like gold and moss, but they are also the most affordable roller shade. These pastel color options are also able to serve a light-filtering purpose. There are additional options including hem styles and cassette valances that are able to match the shades to your unique room design.

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Pastels are a great way to bring the bright, happy vibe of spring into your home this season. You can incorporate several different shade trends and styles that serve several essential purposes and are capable of bringing a colorful, fun life to your home this spring!


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Tips for decorating with houseplants
By Payless Decor
3/11/2015 11:09:00 AM  

It's the perfect time of year to adorn your tables, windowsills and countertops with lush indoor plants. Martha Stewart uses them as a decorative staple and to bring life into a room, and they can help to improve the air quality of your home. Besides making sure your window treatments let enough light in to keep your foliage healthy, here are some tips for decorating with houseplants.


From SouthernLiving.com. Larger-leaved selections such as 'Deborah' and 'Silver Bay' help reduce the scale of a big room. Photo by William Dickey


Use unique displays

Although the terra cotta flowerpot is a classic when it comes to houseplants, there are displays available that might better match your decor. Put your plants atop cast iron stands or stone columns to bring them closer to eye level and draw more attention to them, or consider planting some herbs in small clay hanging pots and placing them above your kitchen sink for an attractive and functional decoration. You can also attach flowerpots to a plank of wood and mount it on a wall as you would a work of art.

Keep like with like

Groupings of the same plant species in different hybrids can create subtle contrast while maintaining consistency, as does keeping various species of the same height or hue together. A perfect example of this look is a windowsill crowded with several kinds of cacti. In addition to being visually eclectic, the display is also easy to maintain, as cacti require very little attention.




Treat them well

The most important part of decorating with houseplants is keeping them healthy. No matter how beautiful the display is, a dying plant will bring the rest of the room down. Take care of your greenery by sticking to a watering and pruning routine that is appropriate for the type of plant and by giving them as much sunlight as the species calls for.


Cellular shades work well with houseplants because they let light in and can be kept closed while still displaying your flowers.


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How to Make Spring Cleaning Fun
By Payless Decor
3/4/2015 5:58:00 AM  

Spring cleaning may not be the most exciting thing that happens this time of year. Fortunately, there are easy ways for you to put a positive spin on the dreaded event so you can not only get your home in perfect condition, but have a great time cleaning!


Prepare to Conquer

Nothing provides more of a setback than not having the right equipment. Although this may not be the most exciting aspect of spring cleaning, making a list of what you’ll need for each specific project will help avoid multiple trips to the store. If you do want to add a positive aspect to your preparation then consider investing in some cool tools. If you’d work better knowing you have the most advanced vacuum cleaner or the most stylish duster, then why not use something you’ll appreciate to make the process more enjoyable?



Use Music as Motivation

Music is a great tool to get you pumped up and ready to clean! Make a playlist of your favorite songs and put it on shuffle so you’ll be looking forward to the next song. If you enjoy dancing or are cleaning with your family, try adding in some fun dance songs to provide a much-needed break from cleaning every now and then. In addition to adding some positivity to what could be a long and dull process, you can get in a little extra workout from dancing and on-beat cleaning that you may not even realize you’re doing!


Incorporate Unique Experiments

One way to make spring cleaning more intriguing for your children is adding some fun experiments to the mix. Cleaning comes down to a science, so including your children can provide a great learning experience. Some things you can try include making various concoctions that will clear your drain or using a blacklight to spot the dust and dirt that has built up in a room. You can also search online to find some more ideas that will not only benefit the cleanliness of your home, but will teach your children a thing or two about science in the process!


Add Some Family Fun

You can tackle larger cleaning items with the help of your family! For example, cleaning your decor can be much easier when you have a dedicated person working on each type of blind and shade. You can get more work done in a shorter period of time and you can have some fun working alongside your spouse, friend or child. In addition, you can consider adding incentives to motivate. Have a timer to see who can get the most done within an hour or see who is the best at dusting cabinets and reward the winner (and everyone else) with a sweet dessert!


Improve Your Home and Your Body

Did you know that only 30 minutes of general cleaning can burn around 130 calories? Everything from dusting to vacuuming can make a difference in your calorie count. This information also makes for great motivation to get the job done! Whether you’d rather break up your cleaning projects over a few days so you can have a week-long workout plan or if you’re feeling strong and want to get it all done in one day, you can be assured that you will be able to notice a difference in your home and your fitness level by taking on this intense project!


Improving your spring cleaning strategies can be as easy as changing your mindset! Whether it’s gathering your family, listening to some upbeat tunes or being prepared, you can following all or some of these fun ideas to make spring cleaning more enjoyable and productive.

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Get Ready for Spring with Cellular Shades!
By Payless Decor
2/25/2015 8:51:00 AM  

With warmer temperatures slowly approaching, now is a great time to invest in cellular shades. Cellular shades are incredibly versatile and customizable, perfect for the transition to sunnier weather.

Cellular shades have a wide range of benefits. Despite the fact that they are soft-to-the-touch, cellular shades are sturdy and reliable. Cellular shades also offer excellent insulation during cool nights, but are still ideal for a clear outdoor view. Cellular shades are neat and compact, which makes them a great choice for any room.

There are three types of cellular shades that each have their own appeal. Top down-bottom up shades allow you to raise and lower the top and bottom of the shade for added convenience and easy positioning. Light filtering shades are great for letting in natural light while still providing privacy and insulation. Finally, blackout shades keep light out and maintain a warm comfort in areas like your bedroom and entertainment room.

Cellular shades come in a wide variety of options such as honeycomb styles. The shades can be purchased as either single or double honeycombs and in various sizes. Next, your shade’s fabric can be light-filtering or room-darkening. Lastly, you can choose between three cord preferences - corded, cordless and motorized. Cordless are ideal for children due to their safety features.

The capabilities of cellular shades have lead them to become the most on-trend window covering. Give your home a spring makeover with the crisp, elegant style of cellular shades.



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Trend Spotted: The Chandelier comeback
By Payless Decor
2/23/2015 9:38:00 PM  


Chandeliers were kind of a
big deal back in the day - having one was the ultimate status symbol. Eventually, this form of overhead lighting came to be seen as a bit stodgy, unless it was in a historical mansion. Recently, however, cool new takes on the chandelier have been coming out in droves. It's a relatively inexpensive way to update nearly any room in the house, and the latest versions are cool and fresh.


Image: Natasha Barrault Design

Here are two examples of neat chandeliers and what to do with them.



From: Jill Sorensen

Brightly colored

One version of the new and improved chandelier looks as though it was dipped in paint. It retains the same basic shape, but in a bold hue like poppy red or lemon zest. This style also tends to have fewer frills than the original - those hanging crystals are significantly more sparse in the modern overhead. A chromatic version is the perfect way to add a splash of color to a black-and-white room, particularly in a kitchen or above a dining room table. It goes nicely with clean shapes such as roman shades, modern chairs and glass tables.



From: Pottery Barn

Eclectic materials

For the funky tastemaker, a chandelier constructed out of unusual materials is the way to go. This ranges from chandeliers in rainbow glass to models made out of flatware. Many can be DIY projects, as long as the materials can stand up to some lightbulb heat. These styles are a unique way of expressing your interests. For example, a personalized chandelier can feature
hanging globes instead of crystals, or vintage wine bottles as the structure. This version is perfect for a craft room or casual dining area.


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5 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Spring
By Payless Decor
2/18/2015 6:33:00 AM  

5 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Spring

With Daylight Savings coming up on March 8th, now is a great time to start planning how you’re going to switch out your blinds and shades for sunnier weather. Whether it’s adding a tropical influence or increasing the amount of natural light, we came up with several great ways for you to get your home ready for spring!

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Add a Beachy Vibe

Bring the beach to you this spring with unique bamboo shades. Not only are these shades able to bring the beauty of nature indoors, but they are full of rich textures, beautiful colors and natural style. You can choose from a variety of patterns and options to showcase the art of bamboo weaving while meeting your home’s needs. In addition, you can pair your bamboo shades with a liner to insulate your home during the impending rising temperatures.


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Use a Unique Lighting Solution

Instead of installing sliding glass or patio doors, you can get the same natural lighting from vertical blinds. Not only are the blinds custom-made, but they are sturdy and soft. They can also be configured to run on various tracks such as one-way draw, opposite stack and more. Finally, vertical blinds can reflect harsh sunrays to protect your furniture and lower cooling costs.


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Incorporate Versatile Spring Style

Cellular or honeycomb shades have a versatility that has led them to become the most stylish window coverings. Cellular shades can be raised in a neat and compact manner to allow for a great outdoor view - perfect for sunny spring days. These shades also come in several options including sheer, light-filtering and room-darkening to address your personal lighting desires. Cellular shades are soft and sturdy as well and can provide insulation on the cooler nights.


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Increase the Exoctic Feel

If you love traveling and experiencing nature, wood blinds are the perfect way to amp up your home’s natural beauty. There are several unique wood blind options including elite blinds that are of the best quality and distressed blinds that add a one-of-a-kind touch to your hardwood. If wood blinds are too much for you, you can instead choose to purchase faux wood blinds that have the same great look and feel without the higher price tag.


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Utilize Mood Lighting

Not everyone may enjoy the sun’s spring rays, making roller shades a great option! There are a range of colors, materials and weaves to choose from to match your interior design. One of the greatest aspects of roller shades is their light-blocking materials that allow them to control the light and protect you and your decor from sunlight. You can even pick the degree of light-blocking ranging from reduced glare and great views to opaque blackout shades.


Blinds and shades are a great way to transition your home for warm and sunny spring weather. Instead of tackling on even more major projects during your spring cleaning, you can simply add different interior features to get more natural light, lower cooling costs and more!

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Top 5 Ways to Make Your Bedroom More Romantic
By Payless Decor
2/11/2015 12:00:00 AM  


If you’re planning a low-key, romantic evening in with your significant other this Valentine’s Day, these simple romantic tips for the bedroom will help you set the mood.


Candles




Create a soft, romantic glow with candles in your bedroom. Candles are an easy and inexpensive way to create a big impact on how your bedroom looks and feels. Place bigger pillar candlers on dressers and bedside tables to set the mood. They can also help your room smell pretty or sensual. Smaller tea light candles in glass votives look beautiful scattered around your bedroom. Remember to never leave candles unattended or lit while sleeping. For the same effect without the possible fire hazard, try wax LED candles. Made from real wax, these flameless candles have a battery-operated LED light that produces a dim flickering flame effect that will provide relaxing illumination in any area of your home.


Lighting

When was the last time you went to a romantic restaurant with bright flourescent lighting? Don't ruin a special evening under harsh, bright light. Installing a dimmer switch to control your lighting fixtures is the best way to accomplish dim mood lighting.  Low wattage bulbs create soft lighting and are very flattering.


Consider swapping out your practical ceiling fan for luxe lighting. The smaller, evenly spaced delicate bulbs of a glamorous chandelier disperse light softly through a room and add an extra boost of romance.

If you use energy-saving light bulbs, it will decrease your electricity bill and you'll have to change them less often.

Beds


From www.thebudgetdecorator.com

The most essential part of the bedroom is the bed. A good mattress and high quality linens are worth the money. Presidents' Day weekend offers great savings on new mattresses and furniture so it is the perfect time to buy a new bed and maybe some bedside tables too.

Canopy style beds or four-poster beds are the most romantic and sophisticated beds, but if you don't have one or can't buy a new bed, make your exisiting one more luxurious by adding a new duvet cover, pillow covers and soft throws.

Walls


From http://www.diynetwork.com

Change up your wall paint for a soothing and romantic master bedroom. Stick with neutral colors, as you can always add a splash of color or an animal print with accessories for a racy feel. Some prefer to use calm spa-like colors, like aquas and blue greens, taupes and warm beiges, and greys, especially those with a slight lavender tint. If you are going for passion, use red. According to their website, www.paintquality.com
, red is a powerful color that increases blood pressure and heart rate. Don't go with a dark color because anything too dark will make the room appear smaller.

Windows



Curtains and blinds are a great way to frame a room and create the perfect atmosphere where you need it most. Nothing kills the mood like blinding sun in your eyes. Choose blackout cellular shades or plush, dark curtains which add elegance while blocking out noise and light.

A combination of simple sheer and opaque draperies serve a dual purpose. The sheer fabric stays open during the day to allow light in. At night, the opaque panels help buffer sound and keep light out for a good night's sleep or a long romantic night.

Do you have any tips to add some romance to the bedroom this Valentine's Day? Let us know by leaving a comment.


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Show Your Décor Some Love This Valentine’s Day
By Payless Decor
2/4/2015 8:04:00 AM  

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, why not give your blinds and shades some attention on this lovely holiday? We have some great tips on cleaning various types of blinds and shades so you can ensure that your décor is dust-free before spring cleaning season even starts!

Vertical Blinds

Vertical blinds can be dusted or vacuumed. The only thing to take note of with vertical blinds is the need to brush downwards. Vertical blind slats can come unhooked if you brush upwards, so maintain the downward motion to ensure your blinds are not only clean, but put together.

Vertical Wood Blinds 

Honeycomb/Cellular Shades

These shades are not only energy-efficient, but they are also incredibly easy to clean. “Just use the dusting tool on your vacuum. Give them a once-over on low suction, and you’re done,” says Carolyn Forte, the director of the Good Housekeeping Research Institute Home Appliance and Cleaning Products department. If there are any residual stains after dusting, lightly blotting with a sponge, lukewarm water and mild dish detergent can lead to incredibly clean shades.

 Cellular Shades

Wooden and Faux Wood Blinds

The blinds can be wet when removing dirt, but not soaked and should be cleaned in place versus removed. When dusting these blinds, consider how you would treat any other wooden furniture. For example, when dusting use a soft, clean cloth, chemically treated dust cloth or dusting glove. When dusting, it is also important to dust the front of the blinds while they are at full length and almost closed then reverse the slats and dust the other side while holding the bottom rail.

 Wood Blinds

Roman Shades

If you want to clean your Roman shades like an expert, you can use two techniques - the soft dusting brush attachment of a vacuum on low suction or the brush attachment of a handheld vacuum. A cloth dipped in mild suds can be used to rinse and blot dry any pesky stains.

Roman Shades

Metal and Vinyl Blinds

This method features some great cleaning tips - laying blinds on a piece of rug or carpet and using a car-washing brush dipped in dishwashing soap and water can be used to clean both sides of the blinds. The side-to-side brushing motion is then followed with a light rinsing while the blinds are tilted. Lastly, run your finger down the slats to prevent water spots.

 Metal Blinds

Roller Shades

Even with the wide range of fabrics and textures available, a light once-over with a vacuum’s soft brush tool and spot cleaning can do the trick. If you have classic vinyl roller shades, you can instead start at the bottom of the shades with a well-wrung cloth or sponge that has been dipped in a mixture of dishwashing detergent and lukewarm water and work your way up with a wiping motion. If that doesn’t get your shades clean, you can wash both sides of your shades in a tub with a soft brush, soap and water. Always air-dry and re-hang roller shades.

 Roller Shades

Cleaning for All Types of Blinds

There are some cleaning tips that apply to all types of blinds. Using the brush attachment of a vacuum is an easy way to clean blinds and can be done often as long as you move side-to-side versus up and down. You can alternatively use a duster with the same side-to-side motion. Spots can be wiped away with an all-purpose cleaner on a dry cloth. Ultimately, the type of cleaning required depends on the amount of dust - a moist cloth may suffice for some and dry cleaning may be required for others.

 Blinds

Preventing dust and stain accumulation can be easier than expected by looking into what your unique blinds or shades require. Having a vacuum, duster and cloth on-hand is a great way to be prepared for minor cleanings that will give your blinds and shades some much-needed attention and prevent the need for a major spring cleaning.


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Make Over Your Home with Bamboo Shades
By Payless Decor
1/30/2015 12:00:00 PM  

We realize that blinds and shades are a crucial part of home decorating and design.  We’ve come up with 7 different ways to use bamboo shades in your home.  Whether concealing storage or creating warm spaces, investing in affordable window treatments is a great way to create that one-of-a-kind home space you’ve been dreaming of.





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Two seasoned DIYers share their secrets for interior design
By Payless Decor
1/28/2015 7:10:00 AM  
If you're the creative type who likes to save a few bucks here and there by taking on your own interior design projects, you're probably always looking for fresh sources of inspiration. While it helps to look for ideas online on sites like Houzz and Pinterest, in stores nearby or just around your own home, it's also useful to see what other DIYers like you are doing! To give you a little motivation to get started on your own fun projects, we interviewed two wonderful ladies who have some great tips.

Here's what we asked Alexis Moore, a law student from California.


What inside tips do you have on minimizing interior design expenses?
Use technology to save time and money. Shop online and sign up for sale alerts for all decor stores. Do as much research ahead before driving to shop at stores. Nine times out of 10, you'll find items cheaper online and also learn ways to tweak design from a DIY website to save money.


How do you come up with ideas for DIY projects around the house?
I'm a student and have had to overcome many obstacles in my life so it's helped me become very creative. The ideas stem from me having the desire to live my dreams now rather than some day in the future. Life is too short for that.


When it comes to window treatments, what do you like best as far as practicality and decoration?
I like dual-purpose window coverings, so I tend to buy only coverings that are stylish and functional.


Which design trends are you loving for the winter right now?

I like the trend to create winter decor using traditional items like pine trees and winter animals with the twist that they're decorated to fit a person's existing decor or personal style.



Z Gallerie’s exclusive white Moose Head brings the taxidermy tradition into the twenty-first century. Crafted of white resin, the stately Moose Head is a bright contrasty accessory for your wall.

Do you have any advice for homeowners who are about to embark on a DIY project?

Have fun. Design DIY should be fun - not work or a burden. Don't be afraid to ask for free advice or help on or offline.




We also interviewed Laurel Stavros, the mom behind interior design blog www.abubblylife.com. Here's what she had to say.


DIY Black & White Acrylic Painted Trays  www.abubblylife.com.

What's your favorite room of the house, and how do you bring your personality into its interior design?
The kitchen. It's a gathering place for family and I love to cook! The kitchen is "my domain" so my personality is everywhere - from the colors to the organization to the measuring cups.


What kinds of colors, patterns and decor items inspire you the most?

I love blues, whites and pinks. My color preference changes with the seasons, my mood, etc. Sometimes I want pastel, other times neon.


How do you come up with ideas for DIY projects around the house?

I usually take something anyone would have around the house and add more color, design or an idea that you might not have thought of, so, I take my inspiration from the everyday items that I want to make eye-catching and beautiful.


When it comes to window treatments, what do you like best as far as practicality and decoration?
I am a minimalist - so light, airy curtains.


Do you have any advice for homeowners who are about to embark on a DIY project?
Enjoy the work!! Doing it yourself and seeing the end result is a wonderful satisfaction! Enjoy the process, stay focused, relax (I have been known to enjoy wine while working on DIY projects ;)) and be proud that you did it yourself - even if something comes out a bit crooked!

Hopefully, the advice from these two crafters can help you come up with some excellent projects of your own for this Winter and upcoming Spring season!

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