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Oh wow I love this idea!! I wonder if i could find things like this at home depot. I would put it on the hall entry and the front door entry

Oh wow I love this idea!! I wonder if i could find things like this at home depot. I would put it on the hall entry and the front door entry

Colonial Colors Colors of Colonial times were soft and muted. It was common for colors to be whitewashed, resulting in a very airy feeling. Pale peaches or pinks, muted greens, soft blues, yellows , browns and taupes were among the most common colors.  We suggest choosing colors that are not saturated. Instead, choose soft, elegant colors that can be found in nature.   Read more: http://freshome.com/2014/08/01/how-to-create-a-georgian-colonial-home-interior/#ixzz39IfTzG3n

Colonial Colors Colors of Colonial times were soft and muted. It was common for colors to be whitewashed, resulting in a very airy feeling. Pale peaches or pinks, muted greens, soft blues, yellows , browns and taupes were among the most common colors. We suggest choosing colors that are not saturated. Instead, choose soft, elegant colors that can be found in nature. Read more: http://freshome.com/2014/08/01/how-to-create-a-georgian-colonial-home-interior/#ixzz39IfTzG3n

new orleans - an eclectic mix of French, Spanish, African, Native American, West Indian, Creole, tropical, romantic, rustic, classical ...

new orleans - an eclectic mix of French, Spanish, African, Native American, West Indian, Creole, tropical, romantic, rustic, classical ...

French decorating can be sparse or lushly layered, but it is always attractive.French furniture spans many styles and periods. Even mod...

French decorating can be sparse or lushly layered, but it is always attractive.French furniture spans many styles and periods. Even mod...

French Style - Karyl Pierce Paxton - New Orleans Cottage - House Beautiful

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Miss Mustard Seed blog gives a wonderful tutorial on how to make slipcovers from painters drop clothes, which can range in price from $5-$30 depending on the size.

Miss Mustard Seed blog gives a wonderful tutorial on how to make slipcovers from painters drop clothes, which can range in price from $5-$30 depending on the size.

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