We draw inspiration from design bloggers. Where do they draw their inspiration from? We asked Seleta Hayes Howard from Simply Seleta a few questions and from her answers, imagined what an inspiration board in her home might look like.
Images Courtesy Simply Seleta
Sliding shutters allow the living room to accommodate a pair of offices. » See More
This self-proclaimed plain-Jane created a stylish living room retreat in her family's cottage. » See Photos
Inspired by older L.A. houses, designer Jackie Terrell put a chic twist on California decorative tile by using only black
and white for the backsplash above the range. The curvilinear design complements the sleekness of the zinc hood and island
countertop. » See More
This hardworking room keeps the family organized with space for all household tasks from laundry to flower arranging to pet
care. The keys to this utility room's collected look are the coordinated desk and bulletin board, each with ample space to
spread out and get organized. » See More
Transform a spare room or closet into a boudoir with patterned wallpaper on the walls and ceiling, a crystal chandelier, and
an upholstered ottoman. » See More
A lawyer turned stay-at-home mom discovered a kid-friendly approach to stylish living. » See Photos
When decorating your home in a tough economy, borrow strategies from the business world to get through the recession in style.
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You don't have to complete a decorating overhaul to give your home a fresh, updated look. For a new look, try one of our low-cost
tips. » See Photos
Designer Liz Woods designed a chic, versatile headboard, and gave it three distinct looks. » See Photos
In this tiny New York apartment, space is no constraint for opulent, colorful style and unique apartment decorating ideas.
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