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Perfect Home Office Chairs

by Lori Sciame June 23rd, 2016
Decorating a home office is both challenging and fun.  It may seem overwhelming to choose everything from the wall color to the window coverings yourself, but it can also be a positive experience to be in complete control.  For instance, you don't have to
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Create a Power Office

by Lori Sciame June 16th, 2016
Working from home does not mean one must sacrifice a professional persona.  On the contrary, a homeowner can create a space that not only looks powerful, but that feels powerful as well.  Want to create a formal (and professional) office at home?  Then read this post for valuable tips on how to do so.

1.  The Spectacular Entrance

I have a friend who is a professional photographer by trade.  While he runs his photography business from home, a client never gets
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Painting Your Home Office

by Jessica B. June 9th, 2016
If you are redoing or planning to redo your home office, adding a fresh coat of paint is a great way to improve your room for very little money and in a short amount of time. A fresh coat of paint can make your office a much more professional looking workspace for meeting clients or just as a comfortable space for you to work. Here are some tips for choosing the perfect paint for your office space:

1) Keep it
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  • A Comfortable and Efficient Office

    by Lori Sciame June 2nd, 2016
    Working from home has become wildly popular.  In fact, according to Forbes, 63% of Americans work from home at least once per week.  It makes perfect sense, then, to pay more attention to an often neglected room in the home: the office.  Read this post for tips on creating a comfortable and efficient place for work related tasks.

    Dumping Ground to Professional Workspace

    I know many people view the home office
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  • Daring Dining Rooms

    by Lori Sciame May 12th, 2016
    Uninspired and dull.  At least that's the way many homeowners describe their dining rooms.  What a shame.  Instead of being an afterthought, a room that plays host to family and friends, and that features eating and great conversation as its main activities, should be embellished in such a way as to inspire.

    One way to create a more daring dining room is by choosing the right combination of furniture.  The
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  • DR Decorating Basics

    by Lori Sciame May 5th, 2016
    The task of decorating a dining room effectively can be accomplished easier than one might think.  All it takes is a back to basics mindset.

    First, determine the following:
    1. How often the room will be used?
    2. Who will use the room?
    3. What purposes will the room serve?
    4. How will it be connected stylistically with the rest of the home?
    Armed with the answers to these four questions, the process of creating
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