Design

Last Look: The Accent Wall

If you’ve been paying close attention here on the site, maybe you’ve noticed a lot of talk about the accent wall. Too many people think that they have to paint all four walls of a room the same color, so I’m here to tell you differently. Even something as simple as a patterned or striped […]

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Design Notes: Learning the Color Wheel

Words can be confusing, especially when it comes to terms on the color wheel. But knowing these colorful terms is important when you’re choosing a color scheme for your home, a specific room, or even your outdoor space. Don’t worry; I’m here to help sort it all out. Take a look at my video lesson […]

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Defining Small Rooms

Today’s design dilemma comes from TyPennington.com member Tricia Schmitz- thanks for writing in Tricia. “My design dilemma is our living room/kitchen. I am having a hard time defining the space. Both rooms fit in only about 9 x 16 square feet of space. I don’t really want my kitchen to look like my living room. […]

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Getting Thrifty with Good Morning America’s Lara Spencer

My friend Lara Spencer from Good Morning America stopped by the Revolution last week to talk about three of my favorite things: thrifting, yard sales, and flea markets! I have to say, she’s really not messing around – the lady knows how to spot finds and refurbish them so that you’d never know they were […]

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Last Look: Awesome Headboards

Last month on “The Revolution” something great happened: I got to wear my pajamas to work. If only every day could be Pajama Day. Once you got past the sweet outfits Tim and I had on, you probably noticed some pretty cool headboard ideas we shared. Shelving is a great way to maximize space, while […]

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Design Notes: Decorating Dos & Don’ts

Today I’m going to share some quick and easy mental notes you should take if/when you’re thinking about decorating your home. Maybe you just want something fresh in your décor for the new season, or you’re currently in the process of a remodel and feel a bit stuck? Even if you aren’t planning anything in […]

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Design Notes: The Entryway

One of the first places you see in most homes is surprisingly one area that’s often taken for granted. The entryway is a great space to initiate flow in your home’s design. But in order to do this, you have either display something you love or find an appropriate focal point. Don’t worry… it’s actually […]

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