Photography by Ashley Kelemen

Don’t be afraid to mix prints. – Kerry M.

Photography by designsponge.com

My mom is a big fan of velvet hangers. (Because even the inside of your closet should look nice, apparently). She’s sent me literally 100 of them in the mail. #thanksmom  – Shani S.

Photography by ALYSSA ROSENHECK
If you’re going to scrimp on anything in an apartment, save on curtains. Best advice: white linen panels are easy because they can be washed easily. – Brittany C.
Photography by Tamara Magel
1. Color code your closet from light to dark. It makes pieces easier to find. 2. Never sell your antiques. 3. Refresh your coffee table book assortment regularly. 4. Keep your favorite cutting boards and kitchen accessories out on display on the counter. 5. Monochrome and sisal rugs are key. – Stephanie H.
Photography by the white company

Never spend too much money on trendy pieces and to invest in the timeless, while being cheap with the fun decor. And, white or gray goes with everything. – Emily P.


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Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK

“A little leopard goes a long way. So let’s take it down a notch, ok?” – Caroline B.

Photography by l’appartment living

Designers always tell me – lighting makes the room. It establishes the ambiance from the minute you enter. – Beth B.

Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK

You should always buy carpet and furniture that matches the dogs hair. That way you have to vacuum less. Also, that you’ll go crazy if your bedroom has wallpaper on more than one wall. – Sara H.

Photography by BRITTANY AMBRIDGE

This wasn’t as much decorating advice as it was life advice, but it applies here as well: If it seems wrong, it is wrong.  – Mike H.


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Photography by Artemis Design Co.
Both of my parents are huge advocates for buying things for your home when you travel. Your home becomes a reflection of your adventures and experiences, and you live surrounded by memories of all of the fun places you’ve been! – Jessica R.