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At Sea! Boy Nursery Decor – Blinds.com Styled By House & Host

r January 20, 2014 | B Blinds.com Styled By, Home Decor

Lots of little ones will be arriving come spring time, and that means moms-to-be are in full on nesting mode. There are so many adorable nursery themes out there, but it’s important to think about style and safety when decorating. Check out these Nursery Safety Tips before you start shopping. Boy Nursery Decor Ideas: This nautical nursery theme by interior designer Ann Ueno of House & Host will ensure that your little guy has an adorable place to call home. Who wouldn’t want adorable little whales on their windows and bedding? Other seaside accessories like a color blocked oar, sailboat mobile and life preserver make this room decidedly boy-ish and will transition easily as he gets older. Shades That Make a…

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Redecorating Out of Necessity: How To Make The Most of a Natural Disaster

r January 9, 2014 | B Real Customer Photos

>>Click to see the featured ¾” Premier Single Cell light Filtering Shades<< With hurricanes in the south, blizzards in the north, and tornadoes in the central states – everyone has natural forces that can wreak havoc on home sweet home. Learn how one homeowner turned major home damage into a chance to redesign. Rainstorm Gone Wrong Blogger Aleks of Busy Working Mama heard a loud crash during a storm and found that 100 foot white oak tree had  fallen right into her second story master bedroom. ‘The incident’ left she and her family with a massive hole in the side of the house and extensive water damage in the bedroom and master bathroom.   Emergency Repair Turns Dream Re-Design With months…

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Real Customer Story: Not a DIY kinda girl

r August 16, 2012 | B Real Customer Photos

Think you don’t have enough prowess with the power tools to install our window coverings? Draw some inspiration from this determined mamma’s story about installing her 3/8″ Double Cell Light Filtering Shades.  Double Cell Light Filtering Shades: “The quality is awesome” “This would of been much easier to install with a drill, but didn’t have one available so just used a screw driver and muscles. LOL. The blinds look amazing and the quality is awesome. I chose to get cordless because I have a 21 month old and a 2 year old. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the way the cordless blinds work. It is so great with these 2 little kids running around.” ~ blinds.com reviewer 2toddlerRNMom from Illinois Cordless blinds are a…

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