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Decorating tips for your living room
Create a personal gallery by displaying frames of varying shape and size.
As the social center of the home, the living room plays many roles.
It is important to provide design attention to your coffee table when decorating the living room or den
Accessorizing your living room with finds from flea markets and estate sales is a fun, inexpensive way to add nostalgia and history to your home.
Whether it takes shape as an enclosed high-tech den or an open family hangout, a large screen is most often the ticket to happiness in a media room.
The entryway is the first impression friends and family will have of your home.
Some tips for getting the most of your photo display.
Candles add mood and dimension to a flat surface.
Natural decorations always add beauty to a home, but putting together an eye-catching flower arrangement can seem a tad puzzling if you've never done it before.
Our loose-fit slipcovers are designed to fit a variety of furniture sizes.
Your coffee table is often the focal point of your living room, and it is not uncommon for this surface to become the landing pad for all sorts of small items that find their way into the space while you sit on the sofa enjoying them.
The reputation and design sensibilities of slipcovers have changed for the better in recent years, and this is largely due to improvements in the ways they're constructed.
From family movie night to catching up with friends over coffee, your living room is just as important as the kitchen when it comes to entertaining.
Pottery Barn Creative Director, Matt Jernigan gives us a room tour of a beautiful holiday home.
Just because your living room is small doesn't mean you can't have fun with it!