On the last day of the year， we thought it only fitting that we look on all of the topics we’；ve covered here on How to Decorate during 2015! We love that we have customers and readers who are interested in decorating their homes and tackling projects on their own. Your thirst for knowledge is why we keeping writing， so thanks for your constant enthusiasm. Now， let’；s count down all of your favorite posts：
This one if a no brainer. Bunny Williams’； Southern Living Idea House was gorgeous in every way， and we loved getting to sit down with the designer herself to talk through her inspiration. Seeing as Bunny is from Charlottesville， this was a space that felt homey and inviting in a way that we couldn’；t help but love.couch cushion covers diy
Paint colors from the pages of our catalog are a perennial favoritepersonalized newborn baby gifts， and we get it! You want to know how to create these beautiful spaces for yourself! We hear you loud and clear and will keep bringing you the paint colors into 2016.
Suzanne is our constant muse. Her gorgeous edited spaces are light， fresh， modern， and traditional all at the same time. Her taste is impeccable， and any chance we get to pick her brain about decorating and style， we’；re going to go for it! This post was a real treat because she really walked us through her process for keeping a space clean but interesting.
Setting the table can be a confusing process， especially when there are so many combinations and creative avenues to take. We shared 15 of our favorite ways to set a holiday table， but the great thing about this post？ These same place settings could be used almost any time of year —； just subtract a Christmas ornament here and there.
This isthe most difficult decorating step for most people. There are just so many options! We talked with a paint expert and shared some great tips for choosing not just a paint color but the right paint color.
This is another confusing topic that we wanted to help you master. Patterns —； how many is too many？ Which ones work together？ Should they all be the same color？ Help! We think we covered a lot of ground in this post， so we hope it answered all of your burning questions about picking patterns that coordinate and don’；t compete.
This past Spring we collaborated with Cooks’； Illustrated to bring you six menus， one of which included this simple， delicious penne recipe.
Interior Designer Bunny Williams shared with us her Christmas traditions and introduced some gorgeous new products for her Ballard Designs collection.
Decorating spaces seasonally， like your living room mantel， should come easily. And what’；s easy about having three different sets of decor pieces that you have to haul out of storage and put up back to back？ Instead of all that work， we choose one set of decor pieces and slowly added to them to create a look that evolves over the season， rather than starting all over!
All of the decorating magazines talk about updating your pillows every season and easily changing out the look. Is it just us or does that seem both excessive and way more difficult that it sounds？ First you’；ve got to find different patterns that coordinate， then you’；ve got to incorporate different size pillows， and to top it all off， it needs to work with the other decor in your room. That’；s a lot of pressure! So we tried to tackle this topic and make it as simple as possible. Here are our tips.
Simple and beautiful Easter decorating ideas.
That sweet Kari and Becky over at U Create asked if I’d join in on their Homemade Ornament series this year.? Yes please!!!? For some reason, I’m so into Christmas REALLY EARLY this year.? It all started with that tree I decorated……so I guess I can blame Michael’s. ;) ? But I am going crazy that we still have another 2 weeks before Thanksgiving is here and we can officially pull out the rest of the decor.
Tips and tricks to update dated oak kitchen cabinets without painting them. Make your oak cabinets feel modern and fresh with these easy DIY ideas.