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Photographic Palette: Vintage Carnival - housebeautiful.com  love the white with pops of brights colors

House of Turquoise: Mona Ross Berman. home decor and interior decorating.

fresh air coastal colors. relaxed traditional furniture

Benjamin Moore Going to the Chapel Living room with coral and blue color palette. LOOOVE the paint color- maybe for the bedroom? With our black grunt it I think it'd be so pretty and calming

Love the chair, end tables and rug!

Love the pillows and rug! Love the pillows and rug! Love the pillows and rug!

window casing idea for working with tall ceilings & double windows.  from www.ourfifthhouse.com

Two-story family room. Tall ceilings: pick a & line& and keep everything the same and under it. Love the chandelier and how it fills the space brought lower.

Cuckoo 4 Design: Nesting Table Giveaway and a Refreshed Living Room

It's really the foundation for a chic coffee table. Whether you want to display knick knacks or just need a spot for TV remotes, a tray will make whatever you place on the table look neat and polished. See more at Cuckoo 4 Design

Wreaths http://media-cdn.pinterest.com/upload/231302130831510923_o6FXBTpZ_f.jpg leanneotten seasonal

Embellish a row of mirrors with grapevine wreaths hung from autumn-colored ribbon. Use a small tack at the top of each mirror to hold them in place for the season. Design by Trisha Phillips

Add Architectural Interest | Mix and match patterns, embrace bold colors, layer rugs, and so much more! Try these tips to create a pretty space to enjoy conversations with friends and family. No matter if you call it a living room, family room, den, or even a keeping room–you’ve got that one room in your home, aside from the kitchen, that’s intended for both family and company. And, we bet, you want it to look both pulled together and comfortable.

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Raised Fireplace - 25 Cozy Ideas for Fireplace Mantels - Southernliving. This raised fireplace allows for wood storage beneath. The brick hearth meets the coffered ceiling and creates a striking structural feature.