Powder Room Pizazz

A small bath is a great place to experiment with bold colors, but be careful to find the right balance by not overdoing it with too many accessories.

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Wreath Mobile as an Alternative Display

Want to give your wreath a fresh look? Simply turn it into a dazzling mobile to add a festive touch to your dining table, front porch or anywhere else that may need a splash of greenery. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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Frosty 2.0

As seen at HGTV Holiday House, three wreaths in various sizes are attached to a wooden stake and placed in the front yard for an awesome snowman that won't melt away. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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Dining Room Redux

This mirrored console table was beautiful as a dining room accent, but it’s absolutely stunning when recycled for the bath. The top was sealed with polyurethane — an important step when repurposing furniture to accommodate plumbing — and the square vessel sinks were sealed with caulk around their edges. Hardware was added in varying shades of brown and a mix of finishes to preserve the vintage vibe.

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Christmas Wreath with a Minty-Fresh Design

To make a holiday wreath that looks good enough to eat, start with a bag of peppermints. Unwrap each mint, hot glue them to a foam wreath form, and add any extra decorations you desire. It's that easy! Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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Couches for Canines

Sofas for dogs? Yep! For decades, furniture manufacturers have been offering everyday furniture scaled down to toddler scale, a size which is also ideal for small and medium breeds. So hit your local thrift store or consignment shop for an inexpensive, secondhand kids' sofa then have it reupholstered with pooch-friendly fabric.

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For the Birds Christmas Wreath

Who said wreaths were strictly for the front door? At the HGTV Holiday House, crafting bells and a twig wreath became a lovely holiday lawn decoration and a beautiful wind chime. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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Roses are Red...Christmas Wreath

Isn't it amazing all the things you can do with paint chips? And this lovely wreath takes paint chip crafting to a whole new level. Cut your paint chips at a 45-degree angle and wrap them into cone shapes. Next, use hot glue to attach your paint chip flowers to a foam wreath form. Opt for red and green paint chips for a beautiful Christmas design. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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Illuminated Entry Christmas Wreath

A reinvented frame wrapped in battery-operated lights is a surefire way to brighten the holiday season. Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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Wrap It in Ribbon Christmas Wreath

This colorful holiday wreath could not be easier to make. Simply wrap a foam wreath form in solid green ribbon, and then add a smaller, complementary ribbon on top. Voila – you have the perfect Christmas wreath! Design by Brian Patrick Flynn

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