How to Take Down Holiday Decorations

The holiday season is over, and while you’re admiring your new curtains and window treatments and all the other home accessories you treated yourself to or received this Christmas, you may notice something else – all those decorations. While your decorations were probably perfect for the season, it’s time to take them down before you become that house that’s still decked out in Christmas gear in April.
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How to Decorate Your Home with Mirrors

While decorating your home, there’s one accessory that you shouldn’t leave out – mirrors. Mirrors can offer a new dimension to a room, and they can complement all aspects of your design, from curtains and toppers to the art hanging on your walls. Best of all, they come in a number of different shapes, styles and sizes to fit perfectly wherever you choose to put them.
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Create a Healthy Kwanzaa Meal

Kwanzaa has begun, and this holiday will continue until New Year’s Day. If you’ve already purchased new black, green and red curtains and valances or tablecloths in honor of this holiday, then you should be planning to host a celebratory Kwanzaa meal with your family and friends. This will give you a chance to teach the people in your life about this interesting holiday, as well as show off your cooking skills.
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Tips for Decorating a Small Space

If you’re moving into a small apartment in 2013, you may be concerned about how to purchase new discount curtains, window treatments and all of the other accessories you need for your home, as well as how to decorate a small space. Just because you don’t have a lot of room in your new apartment doesn’t mean that it can’t look its best. You can easily make a tiny space feel as luxurious as an apartment twice its size with the right accents.
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How to Throw a “Mad Men” New Year’s Party

New Year’s Eve is almost here, and now is the time to start thinking up an interesting theme for your party. Ever since the AMC show “Mad Men” premiered in 2007, it’s been changing the way that many people have been designing and decorating their homes. The show takes place in the 1960s. and since its wild success, you may know people who have purchased new curtains, toppers, valances and even furniture with a retro theme to match homes on “Mad Men.” Why not capitalize on the ongoing success of this show by throwing a New Year’s Eve bash that celebrates it?
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Top 5 Smartphone Apps to Help You Decorate This Season

Still having trouble decorating for winter? There’s an app for that! Smartphones and tablets have applications available to help
you do everything, from picking the perfect restaurants to figuring out what to wear to a special occasion. They can even help you compare new accessories for your home to the curtains, toppers and valances you have to make sure they’ll match, or help you decide if it may be time for new discount curtains. This winter, there are plenty of apps that you can download that can give you great tips for how to decorate your home for the winter season.
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Keep the Basics in Mind for Your New Year’s Party

As the holiday season comes to a close, it’s time to plan your New Year’s Eve bash. If you only had family over during Christmas, now is the time to have a big blowout for New Year’s with all of your friends so you can have fun and show off the new curtains, toppers, furniture or any other design elements you may have added to your home during the holidays. While there are many different themes that you can have for your New Year’s party, there are some basics you should stick to.
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How to Incorporate Gold into Your Decorating Scheme

When you think of ultimate luxury, one of the first things that may come to mind might be gold. For practically forever, gold has been associated with sophistication and glamour. However, you may be hesitant about decorating with gold because you don’t want this dramatic color to overshadow the curtains, furniture, carpeting and other accessories in your home. This doesn’t have to be the case though, since there are many ways to incorporate gold into your home’s design without making it overpowering.
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How to Throw an Outdoor Party During the Winter

During the winter, it may seem strange to hold an outdoor event. However, it’s still possible for you to throw a soiree outdoors in the colder weather if you take a few special precautions. This is a particularly good idea if you live in an area that gets beautiful snowfall that your guests may want to look at. While you’ll probably want to show off all of the new curtains, toppers and other home accessories you got over the holiday season, you should consider moving your guests outdoors to have an interesting party following the holiday festivities.
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How to Set the Perfect Table This Christmas

When you’re setting the table for Christmas dinner, you don’t want to just put down some plates and utensils and call it a day. If you’ve purchased new curtains, valances or even furniture and carpeting in anticipation of the holiday season, you shouldn’t slack off when it comes to creating the perfect place settings for dinner. When your guests arrive, you’ll want them to be in awe of every part of your home decorations, including your table settings. Luckily, there are many simple ways to create a table that is truly a piece of art this Christmas.
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How to Care for Your Christmas Poinsettia

Many people think that Christmas isn’t complete without the right decorations. For some, this means going out and getting new curtains, toppers, valances and a host of other items for the home that they hope will fit into the holiday spirit. However, for others, this simply means getting a few poinsettias. If you’ve never heard of these plants, you’ve been missing out, because they’re the ultimate Christmas decorations. With their bright red or white and green leaves, these big, gorgeous plants will go with any Christmas items you may have around your home.
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How to Decorate for Kwanzaa

This season, when Christmas and Hanukkah are over, you may find yourself wishing there was another holiday that you could celebrate. Well, luckily for you, there is! Kwanzaa is celebrated the week after Christmas, and it gives you another opportunity to celebrate a spiritual holiday, learn more about history and even host an event to show off those new discount curtains and window treatments you got this holiday season. If you’re planning a Kwanzaa celebration, then you’ll want to make sure to decorate properly.
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How to Create a Christmas Ambiance in Your Home

This Christmas, you should strive to make your home’s entire ambiance embody the holiday spirit. This means everything from your furniture and curtains to your lighting and the smells in your kitchen should feel Christmas-y. To create this feeling, you may need to make a few changes in your home. For example, you may want to purchase new discount curtains that are heavier and more dramatic than the ones you normally have, or get new throw pillows and blankets to make your house a little cozier.
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How to Decorate for Christmas if You’re Moving Soon

Are you in the process of moving this holiday season? If so, you’ve probably been busy running around buying discount curtains and window treatments for your new home, or perhaps you’re getting some new things to make your old home look good for prospective buyers. Regardless, you still want your family to be able to decorate for the holiday season, even if the home you’re in now will not be yours for much longer.
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