Updating mirrored walls

The supplies of muriatic acid and paint stripper should have been red flags.

I was dying to get to work with all of this antique mirror.

(via The Jenna Juice)You’ve probably seen the stacked logs in a fireplace trend on Pinterest. Glue slices of logs in different sizes onto a black painted board the size of your fireplace opening and voila!

Thankfully, there are lots of fireplace screen options that you can make yourself and no one would even suspect it was a DIY. to see how ridiculous some of the upcoming trends are!Let’s take a peek at what 2017 hold for home decor enthusiasts… source One trend that I do not have in my home (but love) and is still going strong are upholstered headboards. If your room could use updating think about going with a fabric headboard like the one above. They are still a darling in the home decor industry sector! About 10 years ago almost every room in my home was yellow! Remember I’m taking a sensible, practical approach! Can you believe that all white walls may be fading and warmer tones of terracotta pots are coming on strong! JEWEL TONES source I’ve looked at so many trend predictors and they all agree on the insurgence of vibrant jewel tones coming on strong in 2017! Decorating with jewel tones is almost as hard as walking on a highwire! Think rich hand carved frames with gorgeous gold leafing and antiquing… source Modern geometric designs for curtains, bedding, pillows, and rugs are big, big big. We saw tons of blue in dinnerware this summer and I see it spilling over into home decor.(via Zest It Up)If you’re thinking that this barn door style fireplace screen looks like time and effort, you’d be right.But when you see the finished product, how can you pass it up?

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