The Upstate SC

VOL11ISS1 2015

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VOLUME 10—ISSUE 1 63 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUME 11 — ISSUE 1 "We spend a lot of time mak- ing objects look old," said Dalton. Chalk paint is one way to do that. Consumers are often hesitant ini- tially to paint over wood but once they try it most like it according to Dalton. Wood can be painted and scrubbed to look antique-like. Met- al and plastic can also be painted. A switch plate can be transformed using bronze spray paint to update a home for little expense. Colors taking the stage in the spring are deeper blues, ink blue and garden green (Guilford Green color from Benjamin Moore is popular). Touches of coral and red are returning to add to the palette of choices. The best advice design- ers and decorators can give is to follow your heart and do what fts for your home. Be creative using everyday objects, and sometimes all you need is a little paint. [] HOME DÉCOR Refresh your new space with a beautiful rug from the Orian Rugs Outlet Store in Anderson, SC. We offer numerous patterns, colors, textures and solutions to make your house a home. Visit our outlet and be inspired. New Home New Style New Rug 2415 Hwy 81 North Anderson, SC 29621 Phone 864-261-6481 STORE HOURS: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday: 10am-5pm; Thursday & Friday: 10am-6pm Orian Rugs Outlet Store 864-457-2400 • www.foothillsamishfurniture.com 106 E. Rutherford St. In Beautiful Downtown Landrum, SC LIVING ROOM / DINING ROOM / BEDROOM OFFICE / OUTDOOR / AND MORE Beautiful Handcrafted Amish Made The 5 Hottest Home Design Trends For 2015 according to businessinsider.com: 1. Gold fxtures: mix and match with stainless steel and silver. 2. Cowhide will fnd its way onto chairs, pillows, blankets, and on the foor in rugs. 3. Wallpaper – yes, it is back! 4. The color blue – Blue will be the most used accent color for interior decorating in 2015. 5. Modern to mid-century modern design elements – it's a throwback trend to the 50s through the 70s. Think "Mad Men" style.

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