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Warm Up Your Home with Autumn Colors
By Payless Decor
10/7/2015 7:11:00 AM  

Fall is here and with it comes cooler temperatures, fun-filled family holidays and a whole new color palette to work with. As bright and cheery as summer decor was, bid those long hot days adieu with some crisp colors and autumn-inspired accessories. 

Warmer Colors
If you want to update a room, there's no better time to do it than fall. The kids are back to school and busy with activities and inspiration is everywhere - just look outside! The cool temperatures in autumn are offset by the barrage of oranges, deep reds and mustard yellows that you find in nature. When decorating with these toasty hues, use white or ecru blinds and shades to keep your space clean and chic. If you want to add cooler tones, use touches of gray or blue. A great way to add pops of color is with throw pillows, blankets and small home decor accessories. 

From www.pinnaclemtnhomes.com

Natural Materials
Fall decor is also more affordable because you can bring the outdoors in by using natural materials. Celebrate the season by filling a wicker basket with fallen leaves or pine cones for a beautiful centerpiece. Natural materials are ideal for fall, from something organic like tree branches to eco-friendly woven bamboo shades. Small pumpkins, dried cornhusks and gourds are perfect to adorn your fall mantle, window boxes and dining table. If you want to break away from fall colors, give them a quick coat of white spray paint for a neutral effect. Try gold and silver accents for a glam or more festive look.

Wrap It Up
When cooler weather sets in, keep blankets, throws, and quilts in easy reach. Find throws with different textures and colors for a bit of visual variety. For those who live in older homes with drafty fireplaces, this is a must during colder fall and winter months. You can also utilize screened-in porches by keeping an array of cushy pillows and warm blankets available for family and guests.

Warmer Lighting
Some of the prettiest natural light occurs in the fall. Switch out your current drapes for a set of new curtains that allow the beautiful autumn sunshine to radiate throughout your home. When the sun goes down, light candles for a more romantic atmosphere, or use dim, warm lightbulbs along with the tiny flames to layer the light in your home. Elegant chandeliers are perfect for autumn and festive family meals. 

Dress Your Door with an Autumn Wreath
Warm up your outdoor entryway for fall with a beautiful wreath. Wreaths are a must-have for fall decorating. With all the materials you can choose from, it's hard to land on just one. Collect natural elements from the outdoors like dried corn, pine cones, fallen leaves which all make stunning wreaths. Simply choose the item or items that represent fall most to you and construct an autumnal wreath or garland with which to decorate your home. 


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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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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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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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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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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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Three key benefits of blackout shades
By Julie
12/10/2014 12:00:00 AM  

Blackout Cordless Cellular Shades

How many times have you found yourself struggling to get a good night's rest because your existing window treatement fail to block out light around you? It can be downright uncomfortable to wake up in the morning with sunlight directly in your face, but these days, you don't have to - blackout shades can eliminate this problem altogether. Here are some of the key benefits of custom window shades designed to keep out blaring light.

Blackout shades save energy

As much as 50% of a home's heating and cooling energy can be lost through its windows. Rather than cranking up your heat or air conditioning to avoid uncomfortable temperatures inside your home, you can avoid those costly energy bills through energy-saving window treatments such as blackout cellular shades. These window treatments can help keep your home insulated throughout the year. During the winter, they can be extremely efficient in keeping heat indoors and preventing drafts from entering the home. In the summer, Blackout shades reduce heat gain and keep the cool air from escaping out.

Blackout shades prevent glares

How often do you find yourself struggling to watch your favorite television program because the light coming in through the windows is causing a glare? New light-blocking materials make blackout roller shades even more effective for light control and sunlight protection. You can control the amount of illumination in a television-viewing room and make the space more convenient to use.

Advantage Blackout Roller Shades in Blackout Ivory Color

Sleeping is easier

If you have trouble sleeping at night because of small traces of light that flow into your bedroom, consider putting up blackout roman shades for the ultimate darkness. These window treatments can also keep the morning sunlight from waking you up and becoming a regular problem. Plus, there are many colors and fabrics to choose from to match your bedroom decor.

You can enhance your interior

These days, blackout shades come in different colors, patterns and styles. If you've been looking for a way to spruce up a living space with the right shades, these might be the perfect choice. In the end, you'll be able to benefit from the light control as well as the elegance the window treatments add to the room.

Whether you already own blackout shades or you want to try them for the first time, there's no better opportunity to do so than now.

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Add a vintage flair to your living space
By Julie
10/22/2014 11:33:00 AM  

When it comes to design, old is always new.  Whether you are in the mood for eclectic, traditional, vintage modern, mid-century modern, shabby chic or just about any other style, classic vintage pieces can be easily found at flea markets, garage sales, antique stores, and even the attic. These great additions to your space help express your personality and style while honoring the past. The secret is in the balance.

Here are a few ways to infuse the past into your home to give it an antiquated feel.

Stay Unique
Fill your home with vintage pieces that define you and your personal style. Don’t shy away from bright colors, as they balance your palette and pull together the space. Rich dark colors on the walls and furniture creates the perfect backdrop for vivid, contrasting moments throughout, so you can greet your guests with comfort while presenting decor that is undoubtedly your own.

A dresser with a distressed finish and mismatched drawer knobs, in Shabby chic style.

Lights, camera, action
Old movie posters are a great way to bring vintage aesthetics to your living room. You may want to pick a few of your favorite classics like Gone With the Wind or Casablanca, or you can choose a foreign film that has great artwork. You can check online vendors like Amazon or look through eBay for people selling their private collections. Frame your finds in an antique frame that matches your faux wood blinds or pick a slick new one that mixes the old with the new.

Go Boho
Are you drawn to all things eclectic, colorful and unique in both your fashion statements and your home? Boho chic means using a little creativity and whatever one has on hand like mix-and-match fabric patterns, antique mirrors, specialty lighting fixtures, brightly hued candles and travel-themed accessories. Creating a boho chic decor is fairly simple, and the result is an eclectic decor with a bohemian stylish flair.

Rust is a must
Many times if your decorations get rusty that isn't a good sign, but if you go antique shopping sometimes finding old appliances that are covered in rust gives them a timeless feel that can complement your home. Unfortunately, rust can cause a mess so you may want to put any antiques on some decorative lace, or perhaps reserve them for great lawn ornaments.

"Barnstar" anchor plate

Incorporating vintage decor to your living space can also be great for your budget. Who doesn't love a beautiful bargain?

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Covering Your Sliding Glass Door
By Payless Decor
10/14/2014 10:38:00 AM  
Covering Your Sliding Glass Door

Sliding Glass Doors

Choosing the perfect window covering can go a long way in creating the right atmosphere in your home. You can’t just pick any set of blinds or curtains—you need to choose an option that seamlessly blends into your existing decor. Covering your windows can be tricky enough when you consider all the various curtain and blind options available, but what about that sliding glass patio door?

Your sliding glass door can be a great addition to your home. It’s a good source of natural light, provides an excellent view into your backyard, can give the illusion of more space and, because they’re often larger than normal doors, they can be a great way to move larger objects into and out of your home. But there are times you may not want an abundance of natural light, or you may not want to allow an unblocked view into your home. This is when a set of blinds or curtains for your sliding doors will come in handy.

Vertical Blinds

The most common option for covering your sliding glass door is by using vertical blinds. Many of these blinds will be made from a sturdy PVC, and they often come in a variety of colors to match your decor. These will typically be the most cost-affective way to cover your sliding glass door, as they’re fairly inexpensive to purchase, clean and replace. Like typical, horizontal blinds, vertical blinds come in a variety of styles and textures. If the PVC versions aren’t exactly what you’re looking for, you can opt for a sturdy fabric or even a faux wood material instead. While vertical blinds are easy to install and certainly get the job done, they may not fit well with the design aesthetic of every home.

Woven Wood Sliding PanelFor those looking for a door cover that blends with their decor, there are other options available.If your home has a more natural, earthy feel to it, or your family is environmentally conscious, a woven wood sliding panel is a great option. Made from tightly woven bamboo, these come in a variety of natural colors. They’re great for allowing softly filtered light into a room, and their edges are bound to provide extra durability. You can also install a privacy lining with the bamboo panels if you enjoy the natural look, but want to increase privacy, light control and present a neutral appearance to the street.

Solar Shade Sliding Panel

A third, and more high-end, option for covering your sliding glass door is to use a Solar Shade sliding fabric panel. These provide a modern, designer feel to any room and can be easily coordinated with existing decor. They come in a variety of colors and openness options (including blackout for complete room darkening), allowing you to control and customize the amount of light you want to filter into the room. They feature solar mesh and other materials that block UV rays and solar heat gain while still preserving views - perfect for sliding glass doors, large windows or as a ceiling-mounted retractable room divider.

Covering your sliding glass door doesn’t have to be difficult. With a variety of blind and shade options, you can easily tailor the coverings to match your interior decor, as well as the other blinds and shades used throughout your home. With easy installation and affordable pricing, covering your sliding door can be a simple way to transform your space and give your home a whole new look.

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