From wallpapering a window shade to reupholstering furniture with old curtains, these fast and easy makeover tips make a big difference
DISPLAY A GREAT COLLECTION ON A DINING ROOM TABLE
In the living room of an Atlanta house by designer Beth Webb, an elm plank table from Clubcu, which often doubles as a dining table, dramatically displays a collection of Chinese porcelains. “The pieces don’t have to match, but they do have to play together well,” Webb says.
HANG AN INTERIOR CURTAIN
In the kitchen of the same Atlanta house, a linen curtain runs on a track spanning the room and can be pulled “to conceal the mess of preparation,” Webb says. Steel-and-glass casements frame views of the pool and garden. KWCGastro faucet
MIX AND MATCH YOUR BEDDING
“We call this ‘the sailor room,’ because we went all out with the nautical theme,” designer Ken Fulk says of a bedroom in his Massachusetts vacation house. “The mix-and-match nature of the patterns and faded batik prints make it feel like it’s a collection of old textiles brought back from a journey at sea.” John Robshawbedding. Antique cage lights hang from an antique metal four-poster bed that belonged to the previous owner.
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