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Seasons change, why not change with them?

©Elle M Photography
The benefit of changing things around and adding a few decorative items this time of year is especially enjoyable because of the rainy, gray days outside.

For me, when I come home I like to feel that I am on vacation and that my home is festive. It lifts my spirit and it will do the same for you.

Here I am sharing some photos of my Living and Dining rooms by Elle M. Photography that appeared an article in the Northwest Boomer and Senior News Portland Metro edition.

I hope the article, the photos and this blog inspire you to make some seasonal changes in your home. Invite your friends to come over and celebrate the holiday season and, incidentally, show off the new look in your home!

Don't forget the wine and cheese, and in my case, lots of sweets! Here's my toast to you for the effort you made to freshen up your home's interior!


Cheers! Salute! Salud! Sante! Prost! Skal! Kampa! Salute!


Dulce

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