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Simple Tricks for Decorating With White

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While some people feel too much white in the home looks cold and uninviting, I find it makes a room bright and airy. Varying the shades of white, adding small pops of color, and including textural elements helps to keep the.room from feeling too frosty. See more photos and tips on my blog.
http://www.town-n-country-living.com/decorating-with-white.html

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  • Alexandra Arena
    Alexandra Arena Forest Hills, NY

    Lovely tips, Jennifer! The white looks beautiful!

  • Town and Country Living

    Thanks, @Alexandra Arena!

  • Sue Brookover-Stilwell
    Sue Brookover-Stilwell Huntington, WV

    Where do you find Annie Slone chalk paint?

  • Rebekah Reynolds
    Rebekah Reynolds Ontario, CA

    Love it! :)

  • Linda C
    Linda C Valencia, CA

    wish chalk paint was cheaper, love how it looks :-)

    • Lori Rowe
      Lori Rowe High Springs, FL

      @Linda C Make your own! Recipe I use is: 1/2 C water, 1/2 C Plaster of Paris (POP), 1&1/2 C flat latex paint (any latex works, really). stir POP in water to dissolve. Stir in paint. Store unused portions in airtight plastic container for later use. I

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