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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.

    Cover story: A few easy makeovers for holiday decorating

    If the idea of putting up your holiday decorations leaves you yawning, it may be time to think about updating your decorating scheme. Whether you opt to revamp your color palette or rearrange the items you already have, interior designers can help you take a fresh approach to the season.

  • Photo courtesy of Kelley Interior Design
Kelley Proxmire of Kelley Interior Design said the theme for a party could be a simple as a color scheme or something centered around the season.

    Cover story: Party to remember starts with a theme

    While you may assume what you serve your guests to eat and drink is of paramount importance to a successful party, interior designers know the secret to hosting a party that will be talked about for months is developing a theme.

  • Creative groupings catch eye for holiday without big payout

    If you are feeling pressured to add some decorative pizazz to your home to wow your holiday guests but have spent your end-of-the-year budget on gifts, don't panic. Local interior designers have an array of inexpensive ways to give your house a unique look without overspending.

  • Jeff Akseizer with McLean's Akseizer Design Group suggests using a distinctive door knocker or an urn to give a home somestylish curb appeal.

    Cover story: Little changes, big impact on decor

    If you are hosting family and friends for the holidays, especially if this is a yearly tradition, you may be wishing your home looked a little fresher. While a total renovation may not be in the budget during these lean times, local interior designers have plenty of suggestions to add some pizazz without cutting into your gift-giving budget.

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