12 Decorating Decisions

There are pros and cons to furniture, fabrics, and even flowers, so HGTV Magazine is asking, “Can you handle that?”.

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Upside: "It looks expensive even when it’s not,” says Color Splash’s David Bromstad. Plus, mirrored furniture small spaces look bigger and brighter since it bounces light around. Downside: Mirrored furniture is made of glass, and glass breaks, so be careful not to nick it with the vacuum, don’t put it in a kid’s room, and use a tray to protect the surface. Load up on Windex, too!

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