Homes - © Refresher Course
It’s time to GET INSPIRED to REFRESH YOUR HOME!
Small changes can make a huge difference when it comes to taking your home from drab to fab. With a few colourful accessories, a bit of decluttering and the addition of a stunning new piece, you can make any room look instantly amazing.
We asked Style at Home readers to enter their best home refresher ideas for a chance to win their own $15,000 home makeover with help from Style at Home editor-in-chief Erin McLaughlin. Congratulations to our grand prize winner, Mandy F. of Whitby, Ont. -Watch for the first glimpse of her home refresher in the March issue of Style at Home
Planning your own refresher? Read on for some of our favourite ideas, along with insightful tips from Erin McLaughlin on how she revitalized her own living space. Plus, discover how Febreze products add a great finishing touch to the rooms in your house!
WATCH Style at Home editor-in-chief Erin McLaughlin's REFRESHER COURSE, featuring tips on making her home and others more beautiful and inviting in a way that will to appeal to everyone's senses.
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I buy flowers to add colour to my home throughout the year. There's no decorating trick more simple or more powerful than displaying an arrangement of brilliant blooms. The arrival of the changing seasons is thrilling for me because I know that it will translate into a new dazzling display of colour at home. That's the simple message really: There's no better way to bring colour into your life than through an arrangement of fresh flowers.
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