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Time to get out with the old and in with the new and improved. If you’re dying to redo a room, it’s all too easy to get overwhelmed by paint, fabrics, and design aspects galore. These expert tips will lend the perfect helping hand, so whip out your Pinterest and get down to it. 1. Set a Firm Budget This could quite possibly the most important part of the design process. It is all too easy to walk into your favorite design …

The holidays have officially wrapped up and it’s time to celebrate new beginnings, in style. Instead of your classic New Year’s party this year, spice things up a little with these fun themes. You and your guests are sure to have an unforgettable night! 1. Get Out & Glamp Time to take the party into the wilderness… Well, at least to your backyard! Glamping (glamorous camping) is the perfect way to bring your party both indoor and outdoor. Deck your space out …

Pssst… your home called. It would love a new coffee table to call its own, and maybe a set of side tables or end tables to keep the coffee table company. Your dining room and bedroom chimed in too, also wanting tables of their own. You could buy any random table on sale at IKEA or an import store, but where’s the fun in that? Instead, export a little of your own personality into a table you can design and …

Mismatched furniture doesn’t have to look like a room full of yard sale finds, even if it is (Shhh, we won’t tell!). Interior decorators, the budget conscious, and those with an eye for the eclectic all use these techniques to transform a room’s look from bored to adored.  The best part is, you’ll develop a knack for knowing what works along the way, coming up with your own spin on interior style. Pick a Theme, Any Theme Creating a theme …

One of the biggest mistakes I’ve made as a photographer is being too hesitant. I enjoy taking landscape photos while traveling, but I’d often brace myself for the reality that my photos may not be comparable to those that I’ve seen online from other professional photographers. Either that, or they may be too similar and I wouldn’t be able to find a unique angle. This was exactly the case when I visited Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona. Horseshoe Bend is …

So you can take great pictures, but what’s your style? There’s a difference between knowing what makes your photography good versus unique. We often don’t understand how easy it is for someone to pick up an expensive camera and call themselves a photographer. Yet those who want to take their passion to the next level,  learn just how saturated and competitive the industry is today. Studio photographer, Josephine Cardin, pursues her fine arts career full time through magazine publications, book covers and gallery exhibits. …