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Redecorate your space with orange
By Payless Decor
9/29/2015 12:00:00 AM  

Deep oranges, burnished browns, deep golden yellows and rich reds. These colors of fall appear in all aspects of home décor during autumn months. Orange may be a secondary color, but it is an exciting one to help accentuate the standard shades with fun accents. Orange has an electric feel when bright, yet that same bright and brash tone can be mellowed out into a muted shade that's more suitable for relaxation and contemplation.

Read on for some tips on using orange in your home decor.

Bright and exciting
If you find that you're in love with the color orange, painting your walls a bright hue can be just the way to use this color. With an energy that's hard to beat, bright orange still has a friendly feel that'll look great in the dining room or parlor. This color makes for the perfect backdrop to entertain your guests with its exuberant quality. 

You may also want to consider adorning your orange walls with artworks in complementary tones, noted Elle Decor magazine. Hanging some paintings with green and blues will help calm down the energy of the orange while still adding a considerable amount of grace to your space. Try hanging simpler blinds and shades, like wood blinds, to make sure that your guests aren't overwhelmed.

Add flavor with touches of burnt orange
Using a darker orange, like the color of a pumpkin, can be a great way to spice up a neutral space without taking away from its mellow nature. HGTV noted that hanging some dark orange accessories in a bedroom adorned with brown and gray will make for a color palette that you can get enveloped in. While you can achieve this tone with hanging lamps, you can also hang a few decorative items like small paintings or wood cuts to achieve the same goal.

Use orange to draw attention
Orange is an eye-catching color, so you can use it to draw focus to whatever you want to be the centerpiece of your room. Try framing a bay window with this color to draw your eye to the view outside. You may even want to consider highlighting your favorite pieces of furniture in the room with this spectacular color to guide your guests to their appropriate seats. Whatever you choose to do with this tone, it'll be sure to make a strong impression. 

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Dorm Decorating Ideas
By Payless Decor
9/2/2015 7:27:00 AM  


Decorating a dorm room that's as sophisticated as you are is not an easy task. Everyone wants a cool dorm room, but decorating one can be overwhelming for any new student. Don’t let the pressure lead you to make impulse purchases like hot pink everything or shag throw rugs. The biggest challenges come in the form of tiny rooms, cinder block walls, no-frills flooring and strict budgets. But fear not: There are some ways around all of these obstacles. 

Cramped quarters
If you have appropriate-sized housing, consider yourself lucky. Most college students have to cope with very small rooms that force them to get cozy quickly with their roommates. And while it's a great way to bond, it's a difficult space to decorate. When choosing pieces that will cover large sections of the room, such as a rug and window shades, opt for solids or low-contrast patterns. Bold prints can stifle a room when used in large quantities. You can play with details like duvet covers and pillows and other small accessories for pops of color and flair. Remember, a large rug in a zebra print will make the area feel significantly smaller. To add extra storage space, elevate beds onto risers, allocating a minimum clearance of 24 inches above the floor. The added height allows space for storage bins underneath the bed. Purchase an extra-long bed skirt between 24 and 30 inches in length to hide risers and storage containers.

Unappealing floors
Dorm rooms will either come with wall-to-wall carpeting or standard-looking tiles. Students can purchase decorative rugs, carpet squares, or bound carpets that make an eye-catching focal point and bring warmth to the room. Skip the trendy shag rugs. While shag rugs are cute and seem fun, they are a magnet for grime and dirt. It doesn't take much for your floors to become dirty. Consider keeping a small broom or vacuum on hand for periodic cleaning.

bulletin board
From Sugar Plum Sisters

Walls that wilt
When given a choice between bright colors or off-white institutional walls, go bold. Decorate your walls with posters or bulletin boards in canary yellow, pastel orange or turquoise blue. The best way to alter the appearance of your surroundings is to change the lighting. Get custom window treatments or blinds and shades that filter in natural light, and pick up a set of string lights. They'll provide a much warmer ambiance than what the school provides you with, and can lend some fun festivity to the space. 

Most importantly, always check first with your college to verify their regulations. Find out whether or not items can be adhered or nailed to walls and if it is permissible to bring in additional furniture, electrical appliances, and bed risers.

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Ways to go green in older homes
By Payless Decor
7/1/2015 1:20:00 PM  

Making an older home more eco-friendly can be challenging and expensive. Especially if the structure was built at a time when individuals weren't concerned about preservation or using the most natural resources. It can be more desirable to convert an older home into a green home than rip it down. Many homeowners want to reduce their carbon footprint. With the right window treatments, wall paint and furnishings, you can rest assured you're doing your part to help the planet, regardless of where you live. Here are some key tips on how to revamp certain areas of your old home and make them as environmentally-friendly as possible.

Paint your walls with low-VOC paint
Indoor air is three times more polluted than outdoor air, and according to the EPA, is considered one of the top 5 hazards to human health. Paints and finishes are among the leading causes. When repainting your older home, use low volatile organic compound (VOC) or ZERO VOC paint. Low VOC and ZERO VOC paints create less emissions that can do harm to the environment, plus you will reduce the chances of inhaling toxic fumes during the painting process. These paints are durable, cost-effective and better for humans and environmental health. 

Recycled flooring
Natural and recycled flooring materials can be beautiful and more durable than more traditional flooring options. They're made from clean renewable sources and reuse materials that otherwise might have been landfilled. Such products have little or no VOC emissions, unlike many traditional types of flooring and their associated binders, adhesives and sealants. Natural products include bamboo, cork, and natural-fiber carpeting. Recycled products include reclaimed wood, carpet tiles, premium rubber flooring, antique brick and stone, and terrazzo. All of these materials offer a beautiful look with minimal impact on the environment.

From Southern Hospitality

Eco-friendly window treatments
These days, it's easy to find items composed of recycled materials to use around the house. When it comes to your windows, consider investing in bamboo shades. Bamboo is a rapidly renewing resource and one of the hardest raw materials used for window treatments. Bamboo shades are also more cost-effective compared to typical window shades. Since bamboo is durable, you will have to worry less about spending more money to replace broken window treatments. Lastly, bamboo can provide just as much control over natural light and satisfaction on your windows as other varieties.

From Apartment Therapy

Reuse furniture

Some of your favorite pieces in your home can come from unexpected places. When shopping for new furniture, you don't have to go to a high-end interior design store to find pieces that you'll love. Thrift shops and secondhand stores offer fantastic finds at reasonable prices. Everything from cocktail tables to bed frames to lamp shades can be found at these locations at a fraction of the price. In addition, beautiful furniture can also be passed down from friends and family. When you feel that these items are beginning to wear out their welcome, refresh with new upholstery or a new coat of paint. Everyone old is new again!

Invest in long-lasting furnishings
Another way to ensure you're not using more than necessary and living green is to invest in furniture that will last you for years to come. This will limit the need to purchase more items in the future, reducing your waste and helping you be more eco-friendly.

Whether you want to completely remodel your old home or you're looking to revamp just a few rooms, these tips can help you go green. In the end, you'll be happier that you looked at your options and made the extra effort to live a greener lifestyle. Be kind to our planet!

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Tips for keeping cool on summer's hottest days
By Payless Decor
6/24/2015 9:35:00 PM  

For most of us, the summer months provide a welcome respite from the short, frigid days of winter. However, as the summer wears on into its dog days, homeowners are often faced with the challenge of staying comfortable as the heat and humidity indices climb. Here are some tips for keeping your home cool and minimizing energy bills in the summer:

Draw blinds and shades
Heat from direct sunlight can turn your windows into lenses. Drawing blinds and shades will keep rooms cooler during the day. Consider investing in light-blocking shades or high-quality pleated shades to minimize the effect of sunlight, and prioritize east and west-facing windows, which see the sun's most intense rays in the morning and late afternoon. In addition to the cooling factor, quality window treatments will protect furnishings, like certain stained woods, which are susceptible to ultraviolet (UV) damage.

Cook in the evening
Plan your heat-producing activities, like cooking and using major appliances like dishwashers and clothes dryers, for the evening, when the temperature begins to drop. Kitchens in many older homes are typically small, and something as simple as boiling a pot of water can increase the temperature and humidity levels in the room to uncomfortable levels in a matter of minutes. Consider recipes that feature food that can be served cold for a couple of days, like a refreshing summer soup or pasta salad.

Use energy-efficient cooling appliances
Energy-efficient air conditioners (ACs), oscillating fans and ceiling fans can make a big difference. If your window-unit AC is out of date, consider investing in an upgrade. Newer AC units with good energy efficiency ratios (EERs) require less input wattage to produce an effective cooling output, so you'll get the results you want without the crippling spike in your electricity bill. Many ENERGY STAR qualified ACs have auto-shutoff settings that maintain a room at a preset temperature without overworking the compressor. Read appliance manuals and follow instructions for the most energy-efficient cooling. In many instances, leaving a unit off for most of the day and then cooling a room quickly at a very low temperature output will overwork a compressor, requiring more energy than if the unit were left on for a longer period of time at a low-energy setting.

No matter how hot it gets, following a few simple practices like these can keep your home cool.

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Get Your Home Ready for BBQ Season
By Payless Decor
5/13/2015 7:52:00 AM  

Make the most of National BBQ month by using this time of year as the perfect opportunity to get your home ready for a fun, food-filled BBQ season! Check out these important tips that will ensure that your home will be looking sharp and smelling wonderful all summer long.

Clean the Grill

One of the most essential aspects of a BBQ is a reliable grill. Before you start cooking up some delicious food, it’s vital to clean up and clean out the outdoor appliance. Start with the interior of the grill by deep cleaning the inside surfaces. A soapy sponge or rag should be enough to get the job done. Next, you can make your grill shine by polishing off the exterior. Again, a soapy towel will do, but make sure you avoid streaks by fully drying off the grill’s exterior.

Provide Ample Seating

Your home can be the go-to spot for BBQs no matter the size of your backyard. Including some strategic seating is key to making guests feel comfortable and encouraging them to return. A solid table and chairs set are a BBQ staple, and most come in a variety of styles. Depending on your objective, you can incorporate more trendy furniture and decor or you can opt for a DIY project that will show off your personal style and offer an enjoyable outdoor project.

Offer Shaded Options

Not every guest will enjoy spending the entire afternoon in the sun, so make sure you included shaded options. If you have a patio then you can simply move window coverings outdoors to shade guests and block the sun’s harsh rays. Those who seek more creative shading options can use sheets to tie together arrays of trees. This option is ideal for young children who prefer being outdoors and playing in the grass, but who should not be spending too much time in the sun.

Dress Up the Yard

While providing places for guests to sit and relax are necessary, the more enjoyable aspect of BBQ preparation may be adding your unique touch. Planting colorful flowers, trimming up hedges or planting trees are great outdoor projects that will bring a new life and energy to your BBQ. These outdoor features will not only offer lovely scenery for guests, but will also give you a chance to reveal your green thumb - or offer you a chance to develop one!

Make it an Event

BBQs are known for their yummy dishes and friendly attendees, which means they could easily turn into day-long experiences. Encourage your guests to spend the day at your BBQ by turning it into an event of its own. For example, investing in some fashionable lounge chairs can provide extra seating while also prompting guests to stick around for some additional time in the sun. Offering multiple options for guests outside of scrumptious food can keep them around longer.

Completing some necessary, initial preparation can turn your home into this summer’s BBQ destination. Once you have thoroughly cleaned, decorated and planned, you can be sure that everyone will by dying to attend each and every one of your BBQs.

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Tips for a nature-inspired patio
By Payless Decor
5/5/2015 12:00:00 AM  

Outdoor patios are perfect for warm summer nights. With a canopy overhead and some dividing custom window treatments to keep the bugs at bay, they're a lovely area for entertaining, or just curling up with your loved ones. Nature-inspired patios blend into the scenery, and, when done right, will barely create a blip in the horizon. Here are some tips for cultivating one of your own. 

Create your color palette
Decorating with natural colors sounds as though you'd be sticking to earthy browns and greens, but in order to integrate your patio into your yard, you should think about pulling colors directly from your specific landscape. For instance, if you have clusters of birch trees within sight of your outdoor living room, use off-white and deep brown furnishings and decor. If you have patches of lavender in your yard, draw out some of the purple hues and bright greens in your fabrics and cushions. You don't have to use all the colors you see, but by having the shades used in your patio largely to reflect those of the outdoors, you're creating sort of a mirror effect that's sure to be noticed. 

Materials to use
If you'd rather use materials to reflect nature than color, you don't have to stick to wicker and wood. While those are viable options that will contribute a lot to the scenery, you have more choices than that. Think about fabrics that look as though they might belong in nature. Canvas, suede and linen are all materials to strive for when decorating outdoors. Canvas may be the best, as it's easy to clean and fairly inexpensive, and its roughness matches that of nature. That being said, mixing the two can be beneficial as well. You can also choose to paint the wood or wicker to match the fabric instead of leaving it raw. 

Roller shades provide additional protection from the sun and privacy.

Bring nature into your patio
To truly blur the line between your yard and your nature-inspired patio, bring elements of each into each other. For example, place a grill or firepit just outside of your space, and bring some flora and greenery into the patio. You can also light up your landscape by using standing candles or tiki torches - just be sure they're a good distance away from anything flammable. 

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5 Tips for Bringing Window Coverings Outdoors
By Payless Decor
4/29/2015 8:30:00 AM  

With warmer weather moving in, now is a great time to find unique ways to bring your blinds and shades outdoors. Not only will these window coverings provide some much-needed shade, but they can also show off your personal style.

Dress Up a Patio

Your porch is probably a summer staple, so why not find some great ways to make it more enjoyable in the midst of summer’s heat? Incorporating some pretty shades can make a huge impact on not only the amount of heat felt, but the overall appearance of a home. Cellular shades can be a great addition as they come in a wide range of colors and incorporate light-filtering options. If you prefer fabric, adding some airy curtains can catch the eye and block sunrays.

Connect Blossoming Trees

If you have some beautiful trees in your front or backyard, you can bring out your favorite window covering to tie the trees together. As long as the trees are an appropriate distance from one another, you can easily create a shaded, grassy sitting area that is perfect for outdoor picnics or a child’s sun-free playspace. Take advantage of the trees’ colors and any other garden features by using floral or earth-tone decor when decorating the space between the trees.

Shield a Sitting Area

Outdoor areas that feature seats, couches or benches will require shade once the sun is stronger and out for a longer period of time. While covering the areas around the the seats will greatly reduce the impact of the heat, considering various overhead coverings can also be an effective way to block the sun. Shielding an outdoor sitting area will encourage your family and friends to enjoy the nice, warm weather and feel as if they were in the comfort of your home.

Build a Barrier

If you like tackling larger projects, building a sun-shading barrier may be the perfect project for you! If your home lacks a porch, patio or outdoor sitting area, constructing your own fortress can provide a new area where guests can hang out over the spring and summer. Once you build a reliable structure, you can add personal touches with stylish, light-filtering blinds and shades that will make your new outdoor feature an enticing option no matter the temperature.

Get Creative

You can opt for attention-grabbing blinds and shades when you want to show off your personal style. For example, introducing bamboo sliding panels to an outdoor sitting area will create an exotic feel. You could also consider adding interior decor to match your fun outdoor window coverings. Traditional decor can show off the natural beauty of wood blinds while incorporating a more colorful palette can be a great way to enhance the simplicity of vertical blinds.

Not only are these shade-inducing projects going to make your home look great, but they can also be done quickly and without heavy legwork. Bringing blinds and shades to outdoor areas will not only serve as a fun project, but can be the perfect reason to enjoy more time outdoors this summer.

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Turn Your Home into a Summer Destination
By Payless Decor
4/15/2015 6:19:00 AM  

If you don’t have vacation plans or if your summer trip seems too far away then why not turn your home into an everyday personal getaway? Check out these creative and fun ideas that will transform your home into a summer destination of its own!

Create a Cozy Atmosphere

You can makeover both the indoor and outdoor features of your home so you can experience a relaxing atmosphere on a daily basis. Your outdoor decor can be revitalized with a porch swing, firepit or even a simple fan to cool off in warmer weather. The indoors can also be addressed with a new air conditioner, light-filtering shades or light blankets. You can even make the transition from inside to outside more resort-like with the inclusion of sliding doors or plantation shutters. A combination of these features will bring a vacation-like feel to your entire home.

Incorporate Unused Furniture

Some of your furniture may get to the point of being outgrown or unfitting for their intended room. Instead of investing in huge projects, you can make the most of these already-purchased items and bring a warm, sunny life to your home. For example, you can turn a table into an outdoor stove, wine bottles into tiki torches and whiskey barrels into coffee tables. Many DIY websites feature innovative projects like these that can turn items that may not serve their original purpose into much-appreciated summer staples.

Consider a Child’s Perspective

If you have children then you know that they enjoy a vacation just as much as you do. In order for you to have a relaxing experience at your revamped home then you will need to consider new activities and options for them as well. Consider investing in or creating your own outdoor playground that will encourage your kids not only to have fun with their friends outdoors, but to also be more active. You can redo the inside of your home too by gathering sheets and blankets to create a cozy fort. This option lets children express their creativity without a huge mess!

Take on an Outdoor Project

What comes to mind when you think about the perfect vacation? Maybe you envision a large pool with a diving board, beautiful fountain or relaxing gazebo. All of these projects can in fact be taken on before summer rolls around. You can add some fun to the bigger tasks by inviting family and friends over to create a unique bonding experience. You can also look at the tasks as exercise and, since you’re outside, you can work on your tan in the process. All of the hard work will be more than worthwhile when you are enjoying your new outdoor additions all summer.

Travelling, major expenses and the many little details of a vacation can be avoided this summer. Instead of stressing over a short trip, you can take on your own projects that will turn your home into the perfect summer vacation destination for you and your friends and family.

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How to Decorate with Florals
By Payless Decor
4/8/2015 12:00:00 AM  

Spring is finally here and the flowers are blooming! Bring the garden inside by designing your space so that it can blossom year-round, thanks to floral fabrics, wall coverings, and furnishings.

Marie Antoinette Interiors

Florals are a classic print that people just can't seem to get enough of. There's something cheerful, sophisticated and fun about flowers that makes us want to put them practically everywhere, but there are a few tricks for making them work right. Whether you're covering cellular shades with floral curtains or using printed throw pillows, here's how to do it without ending up like your Grandma Bessie's living room.


First, pay attention to the size of the prints you're looking at. In general, large designs work better in big rooms where they won't seem overwhelming, while small prints look best in tinier spaces where they won't get lost in the mix.


Keeping it simple and neutral is the key to layering floral print upholstery, floral rugs and floral artwork in the same space. Mix in a few simply upholstered chairs and wooden tables with bolder floral pieces.


House Beautiful

If you don't want to go “all out” with florals, use them as an accent, like on your pillows or artwork. You can also incorporate floral patterns into designs that feature deeper colors and rustic elements like wood and stone.


Etsy Store: Luxe Artifacts

Floral sofas were big in the '60s and '70s, especially coastal decorating styles. If you love vintage prints, search online sites like Ebay and Etsy or head to a flea market to pick up something similar that's affordable and funky.


Leslie Fine Interiors - Via Brunschwig

Don't be afraid to mix your prints. Feel free to experiment with stripes, polka dots or even zig zags when you're pairing your florals. As long as the scale, texture or colors are similar, they should work together.

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9 Foolproof Ways to Get Your Yard Spring-Ready
By Payless Decor
4/1/2015 5:47:00 AM  

Happy April Fool’s Day! Instead of getting pranked or tricked, we have provided some great, foolproof ways for you to get your yard ready for warm and sunny spring weather.

  1. Prep Your Lawn - Even though spring has already begun, it isn’t too late to give your lawn some much-needed attention. If you’ve let your yard get out of hand, start off by mowing your old grass low. If weeds are typically an issue, you can also look into purchasing a pre-emergence lawn weed killer to keep your lawn weed-free all spring.

  2. Make it Manageable - If your home came with a large yard that doesn’t mean you have to worry about maintaining all of it. Instead of feeling stressed about the amount of work you have to do, consider adding in features like pavers or bricks to frame your lawn and make a noticeable size reduction. You can make your lawn look great with less effort!

  3. Trim Up - Some plants may have gone through tough times this winter, so give them some love by investing in some reliable pruning shears. Shrubs and small trees are examples of greenery that can be pruned. These features will benefit from a trimming as it will help your yard maintain its shape and enhance spring’s growing capabilities.

  4. Bring Out the Rake - Rake’s may typically be associated with fall leaves, but rakes can in fact have value in the beginning of spring as well. Raking away winter debris can make a huge difference in your lawn. Not only will you instantly notice a change in appearance, but you will give your yard a chance to grow and blossom all spring.

  5. Clean Out Every Home - Not only does your personal home need spring cleaning, but your birds’ homes need to be cleaned as well. In order to encourage birds to return in the spring, you need to remove any diseases that could have developed in the colder weather. Pests could have made an infestation as well, so it is best to cover all of your bases.

  6. Do Some Research - If you don’t consider yourself to have a green thumb, then do some research into which plants survive the best in your area. You may come to find that it wasn’t your lack of skills that prevented your plants from living a full life, but the plants themselves may not be capable of surviving in your environment.

  7. Start Fresh - There’s no time better than the beginning of spring to introduce a new plant bed. Starting early is best as it is vital to dig areas and add organic matter as needed so your soil will encourage growth. The new additions can provide an entirely new vibe to your yard and provide some motivation for you to keep them looking fresh and lively.

  8. Pay Attention to Paths - Having paths around your lawn is a personal, sophisticated addition that can impact your ability to move around as well as overall appearance. The vitality of a great path deems it essential to do some maintenance on these areas as well. You can use tools like a rake, broom or pressure washer to reveal the prime condition.

  9. Mend Fences - Fences may have become rotted or damaged over time, so it is important to note the condition of your fences when you are attending to your yard. You can paint over rough patches, repair certain parts or look into replacing areas that are too much to handle. Enlist family and neighbors to make mending a more enjoyable process.

Giving your yard some attention early on will make a huge difference in the spring and summer seasons. Noticing everything from fences to bird feeders will give your yard a whole new life that will continue to grow and blossom throughout spring!

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