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Grace Harris Collection on Instagram: "Home for Christmas! Enjoy a Christmas Eve tour of this bright, joyful home that’s full of personality! For more home tours follow @graceharris.collection for more home tours and to shop our luxury handmade wreath collection! *cocktail table floral arrangement by the talented @dayspringdesigns #grandmellinialdecor #grandmellennialstyle #chinoiseriechic #chinoiseriechicstyle #chinoiseriedecor #wallpaper #luxurychristmasdecorations #blueandwhiteforever #blue
Grace Harris Collection on Instagram: "Some people say “busy” like it’s a bad thing! I take it as a compliment💁🏼♀️ If floral and checks are your love language watch this! Lots of Mackenzie Childs, April Cornell, and Pierre Deaux all in one fabulous dining room! Enjoy❤️ Follow @graceharris.collection for more bright, beautiful rooms and to shop the luxury wreath and wreath sash collection on Etsy! @mackenziechilds @april.cornell . . . . . #wallpaper #mackenziechilds #interiordesign #frenchcou
Grace Harris Collection on Instagram: "Team yellow!🙌🙌 Nothing warms up a room and surrounds you with flattering light like yellow paint. I think it just makes you feel pretty to be in a yellow room! Thinking about going yellow? I’ve found the perfect, beautifully buttery, easy to work with, nearly neutral, but definitely still yellow shade: @benjaminmoore Golden Lab. The key is to look for a yellow with the slightest bit of peach to it, it’ll almost look like a Manila folder on the paint chip.
Grace Harris Collection on Instagram: "Want to learn more about how to build a door garland like this one!? Watch (sound on!) and read below for details! 🎀 First, make sure you have a secure base to build on. We used screws directly in to the mortar in three locations, the top center and corners of the door. Use heavy wire to anchor your garland to it. The base of your garland doesn’t have to be cute, just neutral and sturdy. I used pine Christmas garland. It’s a great idea to get it on sale
Grace Harris Collection on Instagram: "FAQ: Do professional tree decorators ever use mismatched sentimental ornaments? YES! Take a look at the tree I decorated at my parent’s today. It’s packed full of sentimental ornaments we’ve collected over the years and it still has a cohesive pulled together look. The key is to have lots of repetition in your ribbons and larger ornaments as a base to build on. If you like this look and want more tree decorating tips stick around! I’ll show you how to make
Grace Harris Collection on Instagram: "You asked for it! Here are my top tree decorating tips. Including how to use my (nearly) famous satin table runner bows! I’d love to know your tips too! Leave your favorites in the comments! • Start with the biggest ornaments first, just stuff them in between the branches in the hollow spots toward the center. The larger balls work best toward the bottom of the tree where there’s more depth. • Next add your ribbons and bows (lots of them!) My absolute fav
Grace Harris Collection on Instagram: "‘Twas a few weeks before Christmas in the pink and green house… I’m still working on the rest😆. Maybe y’all can give me the next line in the comments? In the meantime enjoy this look at a home I always have so much fun decorating! It’s such a blessing to get to be a part of Christmas for clients that feel like family every year!🥰 For more Christmas decor inspiration follow, favorite, and check out my other reels! I used my tried and true Amazon hack, sati