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Home is Where the Memory is

Author, designer and antiques dealer Kim Leggett shares her story about how to make a house a home.

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Nature Calls

It's a match made in heaven when you marry vintage goods with natural elements.

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Second String

Get wound up in new ways to use old balls of string.

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Refinishers' Tool Kit

The Lived-In Style staff isn't afraid to get down and dirty with DIY, thanks to an arsenal of the best products to clean, refresh, and refinish good old junk.

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Fantastic Voyage

Get carried away with printed fabric suitcases from the '60s and '70s.

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Put It in Neutral

Breathing fresh vintage life into a 130-year-old farmhouse took a lot of vision—and even more white paint.

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The Next Wonderful Thing

A couple sells everything to set up a new life abroad.

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Shopping Round Top

You've plotted and planned, and now it's time to hunt and gather—and snack!—on your Round Top adventure.

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Pieces of the Past

A Rhode Island artist takes souvenir plates and trinkets of yore and transforms them into porcelain-laden masterpieces.

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Camp Blankets

Collectors still have a warm spot for these classic cover-ups with interesting patterns and colors.

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Plant Life

Why settle for a plain ol' pot when you can turn cast-offs into hip containers?

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Small Space, Big Impact—Lesson 2

In the second of this four-part series, designer Sean Scherer dissects the elements that make this small room live large.