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Home Decorating : Home & Interior Design Projects

Home Decorating Projects, Tips, Professional Advice

Featured Author Series Projects

Joy St. Germain's Stencil DesignsJoy St. Germain's Wildwood Cottage Crafts
Joy shares tutorials and techniques for canvas rugs and raised stencil designs on various materials: glass, fabric, walls, and ornamental designs.

Stencil Ease Stencil Art Tutorials
Stencil Ease shares a variety of step-by-step tutorials demonstrating basic and advanced stenciling techniques.

Wall Decor & Home Accents
Originative interior designer Jessica Ackerman shares money-saving project ideas on decorating your own picture frames, clay flowerpots, and decoupaging plant markers.

Artistic Lifestyling with Lise Richards
Lifestyle and home arts entrepreneur Lise Richards shares advice on designing creative environments and space to nurture creativity, family traditions, and fun.

Paint Quality Institute (PQI)
PQI shares a wealth of helpful information related to home decorating and design, painting, and related home improvements.

Victoria Larsen's Stenciling with Plaster Tutorials
Professional wall stencil designer and interior specialist Victoria Larsen teaches you how to stencil with rubber stamps and plaster, and illustrates raised design techniques.

Home Decorating Digest
Home Decorating Digest offers home decorating ideas and information on style, color, and interior design. Enjoy these articles featuring decorating basics, do-it-yourself holiday projects, and organizing tips.

More Home Decorating Articles

9 Simple Ideas to Breathe New Life into an Old Bedroom
By Alan Riley
It's easy to turn an outdated bedroom into something new with just a few simple steps.

Poster, Print or Painting — Tips for Hanging Art
By Michael Edwards
If you are redesigning or decorating a room, or house, care has to be taken where your piece of art is to be displayed.