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Decorating Blogs :: Day 8 {31 Days of Links I Love}


Every year as temperatures begin to cool I feel the urge to re-organize and re-decorate the interior of our home.  I know that for the next several months our time will be spent mainly indoors and I dream of having a cozy and comfy place for us to hibernate.  The following home decorating blogs are a few of the places I can go for instant inspiration.


1.   Savvy Southern Style Kim at Savvy Southern Style shares beautiful images of her own home.  An empty nester, she often repaints her furniture and even hosts a linky party called Photobucket.


2.   I simply adore Melissa's style which she showcases at 320 Sycamore.  She has an amazing ability to transform a space into something I would never have imagined.  Check out her entryway before and after.




3.My Romantic Home.This blog makes me want to stop over at her house for a tea party.  She also hosts a linky party each Friday.   Her latest one had 397 people link up!


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