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"Fenton & Fenton"

"Fenton & Fenton"

DIY Decorating, Budget Decorating Ideas, Cheap Home Decor

DIY Decorating, Budget Decorating Ideas, Cheap Home Decor

The entryway is the first thing your guests (and you!) see when they walk in the door, so why not greet them with a space that's truly a reflection of you? We often focus on organizing this area (and for good reason), but it's high time we give this spot a little extra oomph. Let these personality-filled foyers inspire you to use color, art, pattern, even your favorite collection, to design an entryway that's 100% you.

Simple Ways to Pack More Personality Into Your Entryway

The entryway is the first thing your guests (and you!) see when they walk in the door, so why not greet them with a space that's truly a reflection of you? We often focus on organizing this area (and for good reason), but it's high time we give this spot a little extra oomph. Let these personality-filled foyers inspire you to use color, art, pattern, even your favorite collection, to design an entryway that's 100% you.

Bettina Holst indretning 4

Bettina Holst indretning 4

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(97) Miss Bee's Haven

(97) Miss Bee's Haven

I like everything except the stupid rug.  It does not go.

I like everything except the stupid rug. It does not go.

The Heart of Hospitality by Rayni Peavy;   “Entertaining puts the emphasis on you and how you can impress others. Offering hospitality puts the emphasis on others and strives to meet their physical and spiritual needs so that they feel refreshed, not impressed, when they leave your home.” Karen Ehman

The Heart of Hospitality by Rayni Peavy; “Entertaining puts the emphasis on you and how you can impress others. Offering hospitality puts the emphasis on others and strives to meet their physical and spiritual needs so that they feel refreshed, not impressed, when they leave your home.” Karen Ehman

"To determine the amount of ambient light you’ll need, a good rule of thumb is to multiply the room’s dimensions to get a total square footage, then multiply that number by 1.5. That will give you the total number of watts needed... Whatever you do, don’t stop at ambient light. There’s nothing drearier than a bedroom, for instance, with a single overhead fixture — it’s flat and unflattering, and doesn’t provide sufficient illumination for anything but the simplest tasks."

"To determine the amount of ambient light you’ll need, a good rule of thumb is to multiply the room’s dimensions to get a total square footage, then multiply that number by 1.5. That will give you the total number of watts needed... Whatever you do, don’t stop at ambient light. There’s nothing drearier than a bedroom, for instance, with a single overhead fixture — it’s flat and unflattering, and doesn’t provide sufficient illumination for anything but the simplest tasks."

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