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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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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.

BIG VS. SMALL

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.

SIMPLE IS BETTER

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.

ACCENTUATE


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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.

GO VINTAGE


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.

MIX IT UP


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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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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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.


Red Chandalier
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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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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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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Simple Curtain Hacks for Special Spaces
By Payless Decor
1/6/2015 12:13:00 PM  

Whether you find yourself moving into your very first - and extremely tiny - apartment, or you’re preparing a new home for your family, there’s one piece of home decor that is always going to be a necessity: curtains.

There’s the obvious use for curtains as traditional window coverings, adding a bit of a flair to an otherwise dull space. But if you get a little creative, you can use curtains for a variety of different things, from hiding an unsightly closet to creating a little more privacy in your sleeping area.



First and foremost, a great set of curtains can truly brighten up a living space. But if you’re dealing with a small room, it’s best to choose drapery with minimal print or none at all. This is where going with something like the Advantage Plus Drapery Panels is your best option because of the multitude of colors to choose from. Payless Decor also makes it easy to select the perfect size curtains. Simply measure your windows and plug in the measurements after selecting a color.

Just remember: when you’re deciding on a color for your curtains, make sure it doesn’t conflict with your other decor. If you have neutral-colored furniture, you can get a little crazy with the curtain colors. Have bright furniture? Opt for off-white or any other muted color instead.

Anyone who’s ever discovered the difficulty of having to decorate a small space - be it a studio apartment or a one-person bedroom that needs to be made into a two-person bedroom - knows how important curtains can be. No one likes to have their privacy encroached upon, especially when they’re sleeping.

With some cable wire and screw-in hooks, a studio apartment can be transformed into a pseudo-bedroom and living room. And if you’re wanting extra privacy, be sure to order curtains with a blackout lining instead of a regular, sheer lining. 




Aside from letting you decide when you want light to shine through your household windows, curtains can give you even more coverage when placed over sliding doors. Even if you have curtains over all your windows, you still might find yourself in an overly bright area and may need even more ways to block out the sun. Or maybe sun isn’t the issue, and you’re just looking for some extra privacy. Either way, sheer, white curtains or a solid neutral will look best in front of sliding doors. 



Another way to brighten up a space while also making your room look tidier? Hiding areas like open closets or a washer and dryer with fun, brightly-colored curtains. No one wants all their belongings out on display, but installing a door is just too much trouble. Attach a curtain rod to your wall, hang a curtain that matches your room’s decor, and voila - a simple, yet chic way to make your space look more put together.

This technique can be used in a multitude of situations. Have a washer and dryer set that sticks out like a sore thumb? Put a curtain in front of it. Have a certain area of your living room that your child loves to play in so it’s constantly in disarray? Put a curtain in front of it.

Decorating your new space can be a difficult task, but because of the versatility of curtains, it doesn’t have to be. 






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Cozy Up For Christmas
By Payless Decor
12/3/2014 8:25:00 AM  

Cozy Up for Christmas

When you think of the winter, you likely think of staying warm from the cold. Cozying up next to the fire, snuggling in a warm blanket and drinking hot chocolate with mini marshmallows. With predictions of another frigid winter, you can keep your home warm in both temperature and ambiance with a few simple additions. Read on to discover unique ways you can make your abode cozy this cold season.

One way to keep your home feeling toasty is to add a woodsy element. An easy way to achieve this is with wood window blinds. Not only do they provide elegance and warmth to cozy up a space, they also add a unique style to any room, especially a bedroom or living room. This look can be supplemented by hanging up heavy drapes for an even more decorative and inviting aura.

Since energy bills are usually higher in the winter months, you’ll definitely want to reduce your bill anyway you can. Blackout cellular shades are perfect for those who are more practical but still want sophistication. They protect against heat loss in winter. Windows are the source of the most wasted energy inside the home so these shades are a must. A bonus? They’re cordless, making for extremely easy opening and closing. Try to choose rich colors that evoke feelings of tranquility and safety. Colors like amber, espresso or vanilla will make you feel like you’re in winter oasis. Reds and yellows are also good choices— just be sure to stick to mellow tones of each.

If drapes or blinds aren’t for you, there are other options— shades or sliding panels, for instance, add a sophisticated and distinct vibe to your windows. This unexpected element can keep you warm both functionally and visually. Try Roman window shades, which combine fabric and the easily operated shades, for an elegant touch, or bamboo shades for a trendy touch. The latter will lie flat against the window and can then be rolled up to allow more light to shine through. They also bring the beauty of nature indoors with rich textures, beautiful colors and natural style.

Window decorations aren’t the only way to spruce up your home. Instead of having a cold, bare floor, think about placing rugs underneath coffee tables in neutral colors or ones that pop. One key to picking rugs— or any object used for decoration— is to pick ones with a color that doesn’t stimulate but makes you feel secure. That means a vibrant, lime green rug wouldn’t be the wisest choice for warm, wintery decor. Instead, look for colors in browns and maroon reds, like the drapes. A jute rug, braided in pattern and great for big spaces, lends to feelings of comfort and security. Additionally, these rugs are eco-friendly and can easily be cleaned from spills or melting snow.

In addition to using blankets and sweaters to stay warm this winter, a few key household accessories can really help provide that cozy, inviting feeling that everyone looks forward to when they visit family over the holidays.

 

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