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Photograph provided by Angie Seckinger Interior designer Shanon Munn suggests pulling your holiday decorations together by using one fabric in multiple places, starting with the bow on your front-door wreath.

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Photograph provided by Angie Seckinger In a foyer that lacks natural lighting, table lamps can add welcoming light, says Kelley Proxmire of Kelley Interior Design in Bethesda. A mirror can be used to reflect additional light.

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Photo by Angie Seckinger

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By Angie Seckinger/Courtesy of Kelley Interior Design

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By Angie Seckinger/Courtesy of Shanon Munn Using pretty display stands can make the desserts part of the table's decorations.

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Photo courtesy of Angie Seckinger A serenity room can be large or small, dark or light. What makes a space ideal is the combination of soft fabrics, coordinated colors and lack of clutter. Kelley Proxmire, owner of Kelley Interior Design, said the most important feature of the serenity room in her home is that the sofa is long enough to lie down on.