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Pull up a chair and make yourself comfortable as you browse through the Best Of Homedit. With articles full of beautiful photographs and inspiring ideas on decorating for all occasions, styles, and budgets, it’s easy to see why thousands of other style-savvy people (like you!) have come here for the best in home décor advice.

12 Breathtaking Art Projects Made From Thousands Of Unusual Pieces

The beauty of art is that there are no rules telling you what you can and cannot use or how it should look like, what it should describe, etc. Creativity and freedom play a very important role and it’s how unique pieces like giant wall murals made of corks or thread art are born. So let’s analyze the following creations and see what makes each one unique.

10,800 Wooden Cubes.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Using Feng Shui Colors in Decorating

If you’re familiar with feng shui, you’ll know that it is both an art and a science, developed anciently in China. “Feng” means wind, and “shui” means water. Feng shui delineates how to balance energies of a given space, large or small, in order to promote good health, fortune, and life energy, or chi, for those inside.

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10 Spectacular Airport Lounges Around The Globe Impress With Their Unique Designs

Airport lounges are not typically the ideal space you had in mind if you were to have a few hours to kill before you board the plane but, as always, there are plenty of exceptions. These are not cold and soulless spaces with no distinctive characteristics. They’re designed to be more than just comfortable and acceptable and you’ll get to see why.

1. New American Express Lounge at the LaGuardia Airport, U. S.

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A Complete Guide To A Perfect Bachelor Pad

Decorating a bachelor pad can be really challenging for any of us, even if at first it doesn’t seem to be so complicated. A bachelor pad should entirely represent the one who lives in it. Hobbies, preferences in terms of art, ways of entertaining guests, style, colors, furniture, all of these plus tones of other details should outline the owner’s personality.

Perfect Balance Achieved For An Industrial Bachelor Pad

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A Grown-Up Take on Decorating with Pastels

Once strictly confined to the baby’s nursery décor, pastels have come a long way from being the juvenile hues of choice to being a perfect setting for sophisticated, grown-up spaces. Pastel colors have many benefits – they are soft and soothing, they are varied, they are versatile, and they can be fairly neutral when necessary.

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An In-Depth Guide To Polished Concrete Floors

Concrete is a hot material right now in all aspects of architecture and home design. While it once was expected and appropriate to cover the concrete foundation of one’s home with some “suitable” flooring material, those days are gone. Polished concrete floors are chic and sophisticated and are often considered the prime flooring surface for a modern design home.

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A Quick Guide to Making Your Bed

Growing up, I never used to make my bed. Why waste the effort when you’re just going to turn around (15 hours later, but still) and mess it up again? Fortunately, my mother’s prodding that I learn the skill and try to develop the habit has paid off. I now love to make my bed because it starts the day off right, it places my bedroom into an immediate semblance of order and peace, and it’s a pleasure to crawl into a freshly made bed at the end of a long day.

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