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  1. I learned the hard way about neutrals. I bought a floral couch that I loved, but after a few years I was so limited in what I could do. After 10 years I gave it away and bought a neutral couch. I love the look of the new sofa, but it’s a cheap Pier! sofa that is not comfy. I wish I had kept the Bassett couch I had and spent the money to recover it because it was so comfy. I would love to get something different, but I just had a spend 4k on a sewer repair…wah….it hurts to pay for something you can’t even see!! LOl.

    1. Yes, reupholstering is a good way to keep what you have for sure if you know a good upholstery shop. We happen to have one in town and it’s worth the money. Sorry about your sewer repair. I need a new driveway and have been putting it off. I mean I can see that but it’s still expensive and boring.

  2. Well I thought I liked color, but I like your current incarnation so much better!

    1. Thanks Sarah, it just feels so much more like me.

  3. Great post! I like your suggestions and I enjoyed the photos…..it was fun to see how much everything has changed over the years.

    1. Thanks Kristin, I always love seeing the photos next to each other as well.

  4. you know i am totally into your current look! i loved your colorful look, but i LOOOOOVE this one.

  5. THANK you so MUCH for this post! I am in the process of transitioning from Hollywood Regency look to more neutral natural decor that is more comfortable. To me it is a daunting task. I think I am trying to do too much at once. after reading this post, I listed some of my furniture on Craig’s list. I am hoping to find funds for a new lounge chair and a new rug.

  6. Sarah Alexandra says:

    Now I think I can decorate my home on a budget because your ideas will make it quite simple for me. The images you shared are pretty cool and I really love this. Thank you dear for sharing.

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