101 flower arrangements stylish home ideas


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Coastal Lowcountry Living Room

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Comforting Colors

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Unite Your Living Space

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Forgo the Chairs

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Use a Barn Door

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Modernize Heirloom Pieces

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Lighten Up with White

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Mix Mod and Traditional

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Mix Instead of Match Fabrics

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Invest in Antiques

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Mix Up the Seating

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Visually Divide a Great Room

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Mix Your Styles

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Layer Neutrals for a Relaxed Look

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15 of 109 Photo Robbie Caponetto / Styling Anne Turner Carroll and Fran Keenan

Get the Gallery Look

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Accessorize with Historic Elements

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Create Open Space

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Blend Elegance and Comfort

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19 of 109 Laurey W. Glenn / Styling Scott Martin

Use Unexpected Materials

20 of 109 Photo: Laurey W. Glenn; Styling: Matthew Gleason

Mix and Match Patterns

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21 of 109 Photography Charles Walton IV / Styling Scott Martin

Use Modern Classics

22 of 109 Photo: Tria Giovan, Styling: Olga Naiman

Create a Faux Fireplace

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Let the Light In

24 of 109 Photo: Tria Giovan, Styling: Olga Naiman

Pick a Favorite Time Period

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Let In Lots of Natural Light

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Combine Collectables

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27 of 109 Photo: Laurey W. Glenn, Styling: Heather Chadduck,

Know When To Save or Splurge

28 of 109 Photography Van Chaplin, Charles Walton IV / Styling Buffy Hargett

Embrace Bold Prints

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29 of 109 Charles Walton IV / styling Todd Childs

Look for Inspiration in Unexpected Places

30 of 109 Photo: Laurey W. Glenn; Styling: Matthew Gleason

Look for Unused Spaces

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31 of 109 Photography Van Chaplin, Charles Walton IV / Styling Buffy Hargett

Add Interest with Decorative Trim

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Hold onto Inspiring Samples

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33 of 109 Photo: Tria Giovan

Decorate with Memories

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Accent with Red

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35 of 109 Photo: Laurey Glenn, Styling: Matthew Gleason

Design for Real-Life Use

36 of 109 Photo: Roger Davis

Get Patriotic

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37 of 109 Photo: Laurey W. Glenn / Styling: Anne Turner Carroll

Fake a Tall Ceiling

38 of 109 Photography Van Chaplin, Charles Walton IV / Styling Buffy Hargett

Get Inspired by a Favorite Textile

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39 of 109 Photo: Tria Giovan, Styling: Olga Naiman

Create a Keeping Room

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Display Your Collection to Advantage

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41 of 109 Laurey W. Glenn, Robbie Caponetto / Styling: Matthew Gleason

Create a Conversation Corner

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Slipcover in Style

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Choose a Sunny Palette

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Buy the Whole Bolt

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Achieve Balance

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Layer Rugs

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Add Architectural Interest

48 of 109 Photo Robbie Caponetto / Styling Anne Turner Carroll and Fran Keenan

Create a Cozy Spot for Reading

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Mix Lights and Darks

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Open Up Your Living Space

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Mix, Don't Match

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White Wash the Walls

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53 of 109 Photo: William Waldron

Play Up Your Favorite Color, but Keep the Base Neutral

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Spruce Up Your Space With Curtains

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55 of 109 Photo by: Laurey W. Glenn, Styling by: Elizabeth Demos

Upgrade Your Doors and Windows

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Flip Your Color Scheme

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Accessorize with Local Pieces

58 of 109 Photo: Melanie Acevedo, Styling: Olga Naiman

Pick Furniture That Will Work in Multiple Spaces

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59 of 109 Photo by: Laurey W. Glenn, Styling by: Natasha Louise King

Repeat Prints

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Get Inspired by Art

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61 of 109 Photography: Laura Moss, Styling: Natasha Louise King

Mix Modern and Traditional

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Build-In Your Entertainment Area

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63 of 109 Photo: Laurey W. Glenn, Styling: Heather Chadduck,

Retrofit Your Lighting

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Create the Illusion of Taller Ceilings

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Use Durable Upholstery Fabric

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Mix Patterns the Smart Way

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67 of 109 Photo: William Waldron

Use Animal Print Rugs

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Use Flexible Furniture in a Great Room

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69 of 109 Photo: Tria Giovan, Styling: Olga Naiman

Create a Grown-Up Space

70 of 109 Photo: Alexandra Rowley

Curate a Rotating Mantle Display

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Choose Furniture that Fits the Scale of Your Room

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Make Room for Family

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Find Meaningful Local Art

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Use Picture Molding

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Plan Ahead for Artwork

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Get Creative with Your Ceiling

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77 of 109 Photo: Evan Sklar

Splash on the Color

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Create Display Cubbies

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79 of 109 Photo: Lucas Allen, Styling: Elizabeth Demos

Salvage Original Materials

80 of 109 Photo: Melanie Acevedo, Styling: Olga Naiman

Maximize Space with Dual-Purpose Built-Ins

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Incorporate Personal Touches

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Add Occasional Tables

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83 of 109 Photo: Eric Piasecki

Make Large Rooms Cozy with Multiple Seating Areas

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Use Bold Accessories

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Add a Sense of History

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Use a Mix of Hues

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Inviting Family Room Design

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Give a Small Room Big Style

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Choose a Statement Sofa for a Large Room

90 of 109 Photo: Tria Giovan, Styling: Matthew Gleason

Use a Range of Textiles

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Balance Rustic Elements

92 of 109 Photo: Eric Piasecki, Styling by Heather Chadduck Hillegas

Pull Out a Bold Accent Color

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Layer Patterns and Bold Prints

94 of 109 Laurey W. Glenn / Styling Rose Nguyen

Surround Your Fireplace with Built-Ins

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Add Privacy without Losing Light

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Embrace Ideas from the Past

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Showcase Antiques

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Decorate with Cottage Style

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Create a Statement with Art

With impressive artwork and sleek, sophisticated furnishings set against a perfectly pale palette, this space is a constellation of star elements.

100 of 109 Photos by Jean Allsopp

Decorate Naturally

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Modernize the Classics

Make a classic print—like houndstooth check—modern by playing with the scale of the pattern and using it in an unexpected color.

102 of 109 Jeremy Fleming, Laurey W. Glenn / Styling Scott Martin

Try Natural Textures

Warm up a room with interesting textures. Woven accessories and ottoman keep things simple and natural.

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103 of 109 Photos by Jean Allsopp

Bring the Outdoors In

Use naturally occurring colors and textures to give an earthy feeling to your living room. Potted plants and wicker furniture give this home a casual comfort.

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Love the Lodge Look

Get the lodge look by pairing rich leathers with rustic wood elements and classic tartans. Candles and lanterns further add to the atmosphere.

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Give Your Living Room a Sense of Place

Coastal and nautical touches abound in this family room beginning with the seashell-print pillows. Coastal artwork over the fireplace flanks shelving that is filled to the brim with shell frames and boxes.

106 of 109 Charles Walton IV / Styling Leigh Anne Montgomery

Play with Scale

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107 of 109 Photos by Jean Allsopp

Get Hands-On with Casual Finishes

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Mix and Match Your Wood Tones

Your wood pieces don’t have to be the same color. Here, a dark wood desk is at home among blond occasional tables because the pieces have similar clean lines.

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Bright and Airy Living


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