{Giveaway} Shabby Chic accent table worth $180

FOF Rachel Ashwell is giving away a Shabby Chic® distressed hand painted accent table from her new QVC ‘Treasures’ line launching October 26th. To enter, tell us in the comments below: What is your decorating style?

Shabby Chic® Queen Rachel Ashwell is at it again! Her new line, “Treasures by Shabby Chic® for QVC” inspired by her favorite flea market finds, launches next week.

Known for her deliberately distressed, mismatched and imperfect furniture, bedding and fabrics, Rachel got her start as a Hollywood movie set designer and stylist more than twenty years ago.

In 1989, Rachel dreamed of opening a small shop where she could sell “pretty things,” without spending much time away from her children. Her first shop in Santa Monica, California, became the cornerstone of her “Shabby Chic” empire. Today her products and textiles can be found in Target, Michaels, and most recently QVC, and the term Shabby Chic®, is used to refer to an entire style of decorating. Rachel has written half a dozen books on decorating in her Shabby Chic® style.

‘Treasure” hunting is in Rachel’s blood. Her mother was a restorer and seller of antique dolls, and her father was a rare book dealer. They introduced Rachel to flea markets and antique stores at a young age. Her all-time favorite finds were the inspiration for her newest collection and book, Shabby Chic Inspirations and Beautiful Spaces.

Enter to win a shabby chic accent table from Rachel Ashwell’s new “Treasures” collection for QVC by telling us in the comments below: What is you decorating style?

(See all our past winners. See official rules. See QVC’s official rules. One winner is chosen at random from all those commenters who answer the question. Contest closes October 27, 2011.)

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

231 Responses to “{Giveaway} Shabby Chic accent table worth $180”

  1. Lorraine 53 says:

    Shabby Chic table would look Chic in my L.Room! Love the blue accent color.

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  2. linda flatt says:

    I just love the shabby chic style you have everything is just beautiful .. i just discovered your line … although a bit out of my price line .. i do enjoy looking .. thank you for the eye candy ! linda

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  3. Liz davis says:

    I am a cancer miracle,survived brain cancer.and this table makes me happy. If I win it I have just the place for it. I’ll never forget the significance of this table. God bless you!

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  4. patricia assanowicz says:

    usually my mood dictates my decorating style, i am in the process of redoing what i am calling my back room. just finished painting, now i go to yard sales and estate sales, love unique finds, also i find pieces i can sand down and re-do to whatever finish i feel at the time. i love this piece, i already see where i would put it in my back room, i have 9 windows there, the house was built in 1930 and my mom left it to me so to honor her this would go in her favorite part of the back room, thank you for this great opportunity!!

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  5. kakkie60 says:

    I love to mix and match different styles of furniture. It is interesting and the opposite of stuffy.

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  6. Peggy says:

    Mixed…..I have some country, vintage, little modern….love this table!

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  7. latinpheonix says:

    A little bit of evrything

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  8. Jeanne Kopang Zaks says:

    And The Winner Is —————-?

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  9. Roz Rickman says:

    My style in living room is contemporary with Asian accents. Just love eclectic “stuff” all in one room.
    Always bellieve — “less is more”.

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  10. mindy42954 says:

    My decorating style is to put what ever I feel comfortable with in the room. I love old pieces that have been handed down from my grandmother. My living room is full of such pieces. Dark mahogany with lots of lace doiles and victorian figurines.

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  11. Rosemary Simm says:

    This is such a sweet table.

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  12. RarnChild says:

    Good question! LOL I have a lot of ‘acquired’ pieces – I guess my ‘theme’ is comfortable. With a new grandson, this works for me! 😀

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  13. cefears says:

    I’d have to call my decorating style animal friendly as I have a big dog (100 lb Weimaraner), 3 cats and a husband. We live in a 120+ year old house in an old French section of St. Louis and shabby chic would go great with it. I can just see the accent table in my entry hall under the almost 100 year old portrait of my great-grandmother .

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  14. travelgirl says:

    I tend to go with what I like – not necessarily a certain trend. So I would have to say “eclectic” would fit me best. After all, isn’t it all about making your home comfortable and tasteful to yourself and your family, and their needs?
    By the way – I love this table!

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  15. Cecilia Andes says:

    My style is contemporary

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  16. kmcnich says:

    I like rustic, country, french, bohemian….yep that about sums it up. I also love pieces that look handcrafted or have been recycled.

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  17. KAREN COGBURN says:

    My style includes many antiques so this would fit in perfectly.

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  18. Samantha says:

    I’m pretty lucky to have a decorating style that is shared by my partner – we both love the rustic, slightly-worn aesthetic that comes naturally with age. Our home is decorated with a few antique statement pieces and several DIY projects meant to mimic that “vintage” look! This accent table would go wonderfully in our bedroom 🙂

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  19. Jo Anne says:

    Eclectic, for sure! But I lean toward French country.

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  20. freebyrdmom says:

    My decorating style is simple but i love elegance. This table looks elegant. I am now the owner of a home in S.C. and I have to think of ways to decorate since it will probably one day be my home forever. I want to decorate in black and white in part of the house and that is exactly something I am looking for. I have no plans just to settle. This is something I would love to own. It is simple and elegant looking.

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  21. naruda58 says:

    Lovely!

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  22. OcalaRose says:

    My house is filled with furniture that was new for another home and climate. Although I use it all now, it’s needs to be refigured and a few pieces brought in for that pop
    that makes a room. This little white accent table is so
    perfect to start me off right.

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  23. karenclongo says:

    casual, comfy

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  24. KAREN COGBURN says:

    My colors are muted blues & yellows. Style is perfect for me as I mix & match.

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  25. lisas4 says:

    Well, believe it or not my style would fit perfectly with this because it is shabby chic. Love that style, it has so much to offer and you can do so much with it. I really dislike contemporary because it is to cold to me. This is a beautiful piece, would look great in my home and perfect colors too!

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  26. hofken says:

    I don’t really have a style, but would love one!

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  27. Bigdeohgee says:

    I don’t know how to describe it, a bit of this, a bit of that.. every room has it’s own thing going on..

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  28. Geormich says:

    I’m ashamed to say my style is whatever I like. It’s neither this nor that. I would love to start collecting items such as this accent table and try for a Shabby Chic style.

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  29. mink says:

    I think it’s a (slight) exaggeration to say I have ANY decorating style. My house has a bit of everything, mostly handed down. I like clean lines & dark woods but if I have to pigeonhole myself I’ll go with eclectic.

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  30. Dindy904 says:

    Enjoy casual items from ALL of R.A. ‘s lines……have many of her products…but NEVER ENOUGH!

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  31. orchidlady01 says:

    My style is very eclectic and usually consists of various styles mixed together. More modern though and no country.

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  32. Jill Parkhurst says:

    I like to feel like my house is a home. I love shabby chic and I would say my style is eclectic. My grandmother was a artist so I love art and have paintings on my walls. I like special pieces like the accent table to add warmth and character.

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  33. prhowell says:

    My decorating style is definitely eclectic–I love mix and match–I love objects that tell my family’s story. My daughter enjoys this style–and then is redec’g her room to be more streamlined, plus nostalgia. Go figure!

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  34. donnarp1 says:

    An interesting piece. It shows you that with a little time you can take something old in your home and make it new again

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  35. emolloy1 says:

    I like to combine different styles. I start with quality pieces of furniture and mix in unique accents and colors. I like to hunt antique malls for funky finds to add interest. I love to put oriental and/or sisal rugs under everything.

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  36. jyray2 says:

    My style is the shabby chic! Would go great in my bedroom.

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  37. AdeleI says:

    I always like to decorate in a country style, sometimes French country. This accent table would be perfect for my bedroom.

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  38. DonnaJ says:

    I like a modern style with grey and other neutrals, but I mix in feminine accents like this piece from Shabby Chic.

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  39. valorosa says:

    I would say my decorating style is comfortable. I tend to mix and match pieces of furniture.

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  40. MaryK says:

    A beach vacation has inspired me. Starting with my bedroom I have transitioned to lighter, less cluttered but cozy look. White, soft blue, driftwood gray, painted metal and dark wood with big pillows.

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  41. frogers says:

    I would say eclectic…mixed w/traditional! It is fun!

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  42. sandy nichols says:

    I like a classy look with alot of bold accents.

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  43. anniekt2 says:

    I have a style all of my own!

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  44. Debi J says:

    Eclecticism is a conceptual approach that does not hold rigidly to a single paradigm or set of assumptions, but instead draws upon multiple theories, styles, or ideas…as my 5th grade students are moaning..must you always use definitions Ms. Jones!
    In a word this summarizes my decorating style …

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  45. KAREN COGBURN says:

    My style is a mixture of antiques & country. Wold love this.

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  46. Loraine says:

    I eclectic in my home design I have a lot of egyptian art and renaissance art too

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  47. Leslie Petersen says:

    My style is a little shabby chic a little art deco and a lot just lil’ ol’ me! 🙂

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  48. Sharilyn Bodi says:

    I love shabby chic, cottage, romantic, eclectic, flea-market, modern country, some industrial, always vintage!

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  49. Junie B says:

    Traditional lived-in and comfortable.

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  50. Susan says:

    French country with some eclectic touches

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  51. KAREN COGBURN says:

    My style is quite eclectic with shades of blues & whites so this would be lovely

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  52. DUHFARMER says:

    my style is whatever was handed down from my grandparents. So I have a mix of different styles. No one theme,,, that is what makes my decor so interesting it is a mix of different themes.

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  53. Jeanne Kopang Zaks says:

    Well okay, since you asked. My favorite decorating style is Rachell Ashwell’s style… for real, I’m not kidding one little bit. I am in awe of her style. white, white, white with a touch of pastel color & ruffles, comfy covered couch, antique love-seat or a chair, (I saw a cute one at her boutique in Santa Monica and should have bought it) chandeliers, beautifully rich satin draperies that pool onto the floor. All that is Rashell Ashwell – is what I love 🙂 I haven’t many of her things though, I’m a beginner, but it’s my hearts desire. Her books are especially helpful too I’ve found. Thanks for asking.

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  54. merrylady says:

    My decorating style is somewhat old world eclectic (I just made that up, I think!) I love things that have a sense of past. I love things that have history and look as if they’ve been around forever!

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  55. brandy says:

    My decorating style is completely shabby chic – when I can get away with it with the husband. 🙂

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  56. Vicki Vicki says:

    My style is Victorian but 4 years ago I married a man who had a log home built in the woods. Now I have my Victorian in my own loft area and he has his woods decore in the lower level. The middle-main area is a compilation of both. You know what…it works!

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  57. Susan says:

    I like antique, French country, with some touches of modern thrown in.

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  58. KAREN COGBURN says:

    This would be lovely as my style is very country & laid back.

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  59. aubreylaine says:

    My decor style is contemporary with a little bit of shabby chic!
    littlegray88 at yahoo dot com

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  60. bison61 says:

    I like a classic traditional style-I want my home to be a comfortable place to relax

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  61. AJB says:

    My decorating style is traditional. Most of my furniture is from Ethan Allen.

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  62. Donna W says:

    My decorating style is traditional, simple, neat. I like to add unusual pieces where least expected to jazz things up!

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  63. sunchicka says:

    modern yet comfortable

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  64. laurengjones says:

    I mix styles according to what appeals to me…and that shabby chic table has great appeal!

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  65. Beverly Reece says:

    I buy what I love but my taste runs to classic old world style. I do not like everything matching but rather a been lived with & changed over time.

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  66. nascarblue3 says:

    FUN, I have never been a woman where everything has to match, I love distressed furniture and also peices that have that fun look. When I go into a home that everything in the rooms totally match, it makes me feel as though I am in a showroom of a store. There are peices I would take out of that room and put with other peices from other rooms, when I get tired of looking at certain rooms I know I can move things around with what I already have, and I have alot of fun doing that, also I love redoing some peices, sanding them down, also when I sand some peices I will leave certain areas alone, I will put a semi-transparant, maybe a clear or light colr leaving the sanding visible, fun fun fun, restaining them, or repainting them and making a new look just by redoing what I already have. People come in and ask WOW where did you get this or that and I tell them that was the peice I had before I just refurbished the peice. Fun, is what I have, not having alot of money I have alot of ideas with peices I already have. To win this distressed accent able to me would be awesome, it has the stye, color and definatly the fun already in the peice and it already has a place in my home, would I love to win this, are you kidding me, YES YES YES, thank you for this chance, good luck to everyone, this hand painted accent table is awesome, whoever painted this has a fun and unique taste, KUDOS to the creator.

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  67. KAREN COGBURN says:

    My style is country with blues, greens, & yellows so this would be perfect.

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  68. carrie obrien says:

    Eclectic is the loose term!

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  69. Laurab says:

    Since I share a home with mother I don’t get to express my style but I do like a style that looks loved, clean lines, modern with antique items. My new stuff does have a slightly distressed look.

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  70. Glenda Steffee says:

    My mom often referred to it as “early marriage”. Nearly 30 years later – it’s still the best of what I can find cheap.

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  71. Stacey Clark says:

    I love anything eclectic!

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  72. jacque says:

    tres chic!

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  73. Helene says:

    My style is eclectic. No two rooms in my house are decorated the same way. It’s also all old furniture, a lot of it inherited. But I like old. ( I think the newest piece of furniture I have is a computer desk bought in 1995.) My favorite color combinations are grey/pink and coral/turquoise/grey.

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  74. Headinclouds says:

    Eclectic so I’ve been told! Just like to mix all my favorites regarless of what they are labled; traditional, contemporary, etc. Most of all they must be welcoming, usable, comfortable and just look good!

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  75. Sharon C says:

    Comfortable and easy to maintain.. I just redid a bedroom and this would coordinate beautifully.

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  76. Helen says:

    I enjoy mixing from classic to modern! I like simple styles with just a touch of uniqueness or pizzazz! like the table above!

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  77. Pam Pieroni says:

    My decorating style is a little bit bohemian, a little bit modern, and a chunk of chic stylish pieces. I like colorful and fanciful furniture and artwork.

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  78. lynnzltd says:

    Me. I buy things that I love and I put them together in such a way so they are appealing to others as well. I suppose eclectic is the word but mostly, its me!

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  79. Karen Russo says:

    My style is modern, shabby chic, comfortable.
    If I like it, and it fits my budget that is my style.
    I love the table!!

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  80. bonnieann says:

    I love southwestern decor

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  81. krispy9 says:

    I tend to mix up styles. I like a simple modern look with a splash of antiquies or unique finds. This piece would be a great addition.

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  82. inMO says:

    Shabby Chic, of course!

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  83. Nancy says:

    My decorating style in warm and cozy. I also like to mix it up alittle.

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  84. ellie says:

    my interior, is a mixture of flea market finds, and modern decor. As i lost all to a hurricane. So had to acquire and decorate all new from top to bottom. But was fun starting anew.
    thanks. plus from New Orleans, la many antiques shops there. Plus my father worked in on of the best for 25 years. So learned from the best. 😉

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  85. Kim Cage says:

    My decorating style i shabby chic!!!!!!!!!!

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  86. KAREN COGBURN says:

    My style very laid back & comfy so I would love this.

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  87. jd321 says:

    I don’t have a decorating style but I need all new furniture and I love this table & the style of it….so pretty! Can’t wait to see her on QVC!

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  88. mmimilinda says:

    My style is a combination of transitional with some personal accents of things aquired over the years, like a few Asian pieces from my father’s time in the Air Force, a very few English things from my mom’s family, and some shabby chic white pieces in the guest bedrooms, with a nod to the Florida life I am living now.

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  89. judychildress says:

    Our furniture is contemporary

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  90. DORATTA FROST says:

    I am a romantic decorator. I worked for a company that sold decorating items for the home. I did it for over 20 years loved it…I love plants, lace, wood, color, people pictures, simple but elegant.

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  91. Jacqueline says:

    I just buy things that I fall in love with. Because I fall in love with items of all different genres people call my style eclectic. But because my things are basically one or more of three bright colors and they’re all comfy, people love coming to my house.

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  92. gsurell says:

    My style is start with neutral colors as a foundation (walls and/or floors/carpets), then spice it up with splashes of color in the decor pieces (paintings, accent pieces, etc.). We have done one bathroom in a lovely soft sage, and splashed it up with sunflowers and earthy bird prints and accent pieces. It looks so nice together, but is not overwhelming. Some items are wire art – see through – that gives depth and texture to the walls. Amazing how shopping at several different places allowed us to piece together a charming little bathroom with just the right accents.

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  93. jane says:

    I like to decorate with things that are picked up on vaccation

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  94. mintjulie says:

    artsy colorful

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  95. DOTTI says:

    MY DECORATING STYLE IS ECLECTIC, I LOVE ART DECO BUT COMBINE THAT WITH SHABBY CHIC, ANTIQUE ETC. I LIKE TO THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX WHEN IT COMES TO DECORATING MY HOME.

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  96. Patrice says:

    My style is definitely eclectic. I still have some treasured remnants from my long standing shabby chic phase. Now I’m into a Tuscan vibe. I use a bunch of antiques from my grandmother blended with aged and new items. It’s so cozy.

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  97. CloudDanc1 says:

    My style is a combination of Traditional and Shabby Chic…..I just kind of go with each room and the feel I want. This dresser would look beautiful in our bedroom….Love the blue!

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  98. Linda says:

    My choice of items for my home is things that make me feel confortable and make my home a welcoming place.I suppose my style is come in make yourself at home.

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  99. Kai W. says:

    What a wonderful chic table. It would be great place to put my mails on when I get home and not forget where I put them.

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  100. Nancy Medogrol says:

    My style is traditional with an equitic twist.

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  101. Beth Lowe says:

    I have a horse and love the outdoors and gardens so I tend to have a country style to my decor, homey and comfortable.

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  102. Diane says:

    I like small different pieces each room at my place looks different. This would look great at the top of my steps

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  103. Robyn E says:

    My bedroom is shabby chic

    Thank you !

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  104. Barbara P says:

    My decorating style is eclectic! A little modern, some antiques, some handmade and all wrapped up with some color and some personal collection touches! I love renewing my rooms with seasons or moods.

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  105. Diane says:

    My decorating style is eclectic.

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  106. mamayogi says:

    my style is eclectic, love older repurposed furniture, that looks worn but loved, along with simplicity. Throw a dash of color in for liveliness. I have a hard time committing to a room arrangement, always love to move things around, much to my family’s dismay.

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  107. Jennie Tedesco says:

    My decorating style is traditional with the unexpected accessory. I like having my favorite things around me.

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  108. mamayogi says:

    my style is eclectic, probably some shabby chic, but a little more simple. Love repurposed furniture that looks worn and loved.

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  109. Becky says:

    French country.

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  110. Diane Lutz says:

    I have lived in a civil War era farmhouse full of Victorian walnut furniture for forty years. I long for light and bright, weightless and fun. Fortunately, I have a lake cottage that allows me freedom from ponderous pomposity,

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  111. gail armstrong says:

    My decorating style is electic. I like all sorts of pieces ranging from a living room filled with Hendredon Artefacts and accented with lots of antique oriental pieces like my grandma’s Chinese trunk from the 19th century. In addition my home must have lots of plants to provide oxygen and a feeling of a light and airy space. We light to bring the indoors in during the winter so we have an Alice du Pont plant flowering at the current moment. We also have a beautiful white hydragena. In our family room we have a beautiful floral couch and 2 comfy chairs that recline so we can sit back and enjoy the television, read, or pet our dogs. The shabby chic table would be the perfect accent table to put on the left of my comfy cream -colored chair. It would add romance to the room along with our other unique table we picked from one of my multitude of catalogs. Plus it would be very functuntional. At this time we only have one small glass table that I get to utlize between us. I could use to put a cup of freshly brewed coffee on and one of my many african violets. I just know it would be perfect in our house.

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  112. d tysinger says:

    My style is a little of this and that using furniture we inherited from our parents – some are 60 to 70 years old!

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  113. Sam says:

    My decorating style is trying to merge my mother-in-law’s style with my style. We bought her home & moved in and had to downsize. We have tried to incorporate each person’s style but it has been quite difficult. Not to be mean – but she has no style whatsoever. I love to decorate & try new things. She just wants things to stay the way they’ve always been. What to do?

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  114. ChristyJan says:

    My decorating is a hodge podge of antiques, family treasures and a few modern pieces here and there

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  115. superdumb says:

    Eclectic, for better or worse! Treasured pieces, hand-me-downs, works in progress…

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  116. kaml810 says:

    My decorating style is country french with a little eclectic thrown in.

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  117. ktpotat says:

    I’d like it to be 1930’s Glam or London boutique hotel.

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  118. mabrei says:

    My decorating style is simplistic, stylish colourful and comfortable.

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  119. sonsethues says:

    I have a traditional style. But I live with five guys (My husband and four sons) that like to add their taste, (lot’s of electronics) which is hard for me to work with.

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  120. Zenaida says:

    Colorful and eclectic with whatever fits in a tiny apartment.

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  121. Charleigh says:

    I’m eclectic traditional. I want my home to be warm and welcoming — and also interesting.

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  122. Pattie Medeiros says:

    If I like it – it’s my style. I also hate coasters and want all to relax and feel comfortable in my home.

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  123. Nancy says:

    I love this colors actually itwill be perfect for the corner of my living room where I have 2 Chairs 😀

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  124. Deb Trott says:

    Just alittle bit of everything…very relaxing come hither feel. If your not able to sit and relax and prop your feet on the coffee table it doesn’t belong! Love it when company comes into my home and exclaims they are comfortable and it reflects me to the *T*!

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  125. janet eades says:

    Country Early American is my style

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  126. sherry leann stewart says:

    country with antiques and victorian

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  127. Kay M says:

    Style? Cramped Parent of a Tween style.

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  128. Shari says:

    I don’t have much decorating style, I just know what I like when I see it. I do really like the trend of using chocolate brown with multiple colors like granny apple green, and with pink and with blue.

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  129. Ashley says:

    I love simple, clean lines. I’d say my style falls under Craftsman or Mission style. This is how I am currently decorating my house.

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  130. sheeree a atkins says:

    very nice love the colors

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  131. Joc says:

    My decorating style is simple but with color with a touch of homie – I like to use display family pictures. I don’t think every space needs to be filled.

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  132. Marcia says:

    My decorating style is a polar opposite from my husband’s. (You don’t want to know what his is.) I tend to favor Arts and Crafts, and it fits with our rustic log cabin style home. However, what we have is my deceased mother’s colonial, colonial revival, leather sofas, cabin rustic, and a bunch of oriental accents mixed with shabby chic here and there, plus my husband’s junk. It’s interesting, comfortable, liveable, and I’m not too embarrassed to invite guests over.

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  133. Giant Sis says:

    My style leans toward modern and minimalist. I don’t like a lot of clutter.

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  134. suzanne quinten says:

    This little table will blend in with my furnishings! I love hand painted styles, as I have alot of. I would probably decopage this piece, like i have done to other furniture. My white dining suite is white, and have spiced it up with designs (it’s 35 years old, i can’t seem to part with it).

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  135. sharyne says:

    What a lovely piece, would look perfect in my bedroomd

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  136. Cynt1 says:

    My decorating style is something given, mixed with something old, mixed with something new. My mom may give me a sofa, I’ll have a old coffee table , and then buy new pillows for the couch. Most of the time it’s based on what I can afford and what I can do to make things look good.

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  137. KMP50 says:

    Style? Shabby, cluttered. That’s about it. It’s comfortable, not stylish.

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  138. Marie says:

    Let’ s see, I have a pink kitchen, a french provincial dining room with a formal chandelier, and a comfortable, comtemporary living room. And that’s just the first floor. So I am guess eclectic is my style.

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  139. FDDJFVA says:

    To be honest, I’m all over the place. I like comfortable furnishings that are cheery and light up my place. I’m not the best decorator, but I give myself an A+ for trying! 🙂

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  140. deestea says:

    Love Shabby Chic, French Country and 50’s Retro. Eclectic for sure.

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  141. km756 says:

    My decorating style is hodge podge – wish it were better!

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  142. vivi says:

    My home is New Orleans style – French, Asian pieces, with some Hemingway style thrown in. I’ve planned to take one of my rooms and do it totally shabby chic. This piece is gorgeous and I’d love to win it!

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  143. mimi1411 says:

    My bedroom is feminine but the rest is kind of modern

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  144. Sue says:

    Country prim in kitchen Victorian bedroom and living room!

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  145. Bjm says:

    Antiques and vintage, love Shabby Chic, have several rugs, pillows, blankets and bedding sets

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  146. rosevincentia says:

    I’ve always liked the clean look of white furniture. Mine are against walls of pale cream-yellow

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  147. lorraine says:

    My style of decorating is eclectic. I have antiques and vintage from estate auctions, as well as modern art and furniture. I love mid-century pottery and textiles as well.

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  148. Debi Tedford says:

    Shabby Chic is my style, I’m in the middle of a room makeover. Changing a daughter’s room(who has left home) to a new guest room! I am following light airy shabby chic design in colors and style. Would love to have this piece in my guest room!! Love it!

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  149. Mary W says:

    Victorian family antiques mixed with shabby chic. Believe it or not- the rooms work well.

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  150. Camille Noonan says:

    My decorating style is shabby chic. I just did my little house in Myrtle Beach in Shabby Chic/French country because it’s light and airy-usually white predominate color-goes with anything.It was just right for being by the beach. I love it. My daughter did her new spa in this same style and it also looks great.

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  151. Sharron says:

    I LOVE Shabby Chic decorating! Due to money, I have been shopping at Thrift Stores, etc. for several years and I love to redecorate or re-paint items that I find. LOVE this accent table and would be forever grateful to win this beauty! Anything Rachel designs is MARVELOUS!!
    Thanks so much!

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  152. StChienne says:

    My style varies — I’ve had mid-century modern homes complete down to the boomerang tables in L.A. and early American spaces with candle snuffers in Princeton. The quality that’s ‘me’ is a constant, no matter what the decor. Lots of color, a sense of whimsy and things I love always combine to produce a warm and welcoming space.

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  153. Placid Lady says:

    I used to spend hours in my Grandma’s attic back in the ’50s, in antique shops in Colorado Springs in the ’60s, went to an antique auction in NC in 1980s. Sounds like my kind of shop!

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  154. hrbeck_98 says:

    Shabby chic (no money, no style. lol)

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  155. maxie522 says:

    As I mentioned, my daughter would love to have this in her new apartment. Her style and mine is eccletic. It’s lovely.

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  156. sheilachaffins says:

    Ecclectic, French Renassance, Shabby Chic, Gypsy….Well I like to mix it up!

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  157. maxie522 says:

    My daughter is moving into her own apartment and could use this table. It would fit into her space beautifully and she would love it. I love it too.

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  158. Jacque says:

    Definately shabby chic – lived in – comfortable. I love finding treasures at auctions and second hand stores and tweaking them for my home.

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  159. Jill57 says:

    This is really sweet. My style preference is eclectic but leaning towards cottage style.

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  160. Betty Herbert says:

    We live in my family’s homeplace which was built by my great-great grandfather in 1834. Most of the furniture, and much of the decor, is made up of antique pieces from the family. I love this about living in this house. We’ve been redoing what used to be our daughter’s room as a guest room. Her bed was shabby chic and will remain in the room as will the shabby chic wash stand. We’ve purchased a shabby chic wardrobe but really do need a table for the bedside.

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  161. Ellen says:

    My house is pretty traditional, with a few antiques. But am liking modern now.

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  162. VeryLiberal says:

    I’m growing into shabby chic – adding pieces I find and fall in love with. This table would definitely be a great addition to my evolving style.

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  163. catherine lawton says:

    my decorating ideas are simple but chic, I would love to win this piece it is simple, but beautiful.

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  164. velder dixon says:

    so nice to have im my room-so different.i will love this.country style will set it off all the way.

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  165. Cassi Jensen says:

    My style is eclectic, and definitely a little shabby (but chic, I hope) I have bits and pieces from everywhere, and I shift things around to make it work for us 🙂

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  166. ruby1dsd says:

    This table is soo cute and will match perfectly with the crib ensemble we have chosen for my new granddaughter, who is expected in January. Her cradle is antique white, her crib is white, the room is pale ivory and the crib ensemble is polka dots of pink, white, and turquoise. Everyone can use a little additional storage, to keep things out of sight.

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  167. glormon says:

    Shabby Chic is definitely my style and everyone who sees my decorating loves it!

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  168. belindabg says:

    Different rooms have different styles. I keep an eclectic house – the downstairs is all Egyptian, from the large Sarcophagus to the incredible movie posters from the Cleopatra films of the 20’s, 30’s and 50’s. The upstairs is Shabby Chic, and this little table would find the perfect home. I collect antique wall mirrors and they are throughout the house, I even have one whole wall of them in the dining room of all different shapes from the 20’s. It’s FUN.

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  169. Debra Stoykovich says:

    My decorating style is absolutely ECLECTIC. I have items from the 1600’s all the way to completely modern. Mixing colors, textures, and periods satisfy me completely. My true passion is sets of dishes. I think I have perhaps 75 sets, maybe more!!!….YIKES!!!!! The dining table is my canvas and I love to create!!!!

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  170. Rhonda says:

    Definitely Eclectic and I love color!

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  171. Mary says:

    I strive to keep a balance between meaningful items and clutter

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  172. dmnyes says:

    My style is whatever style or item strikes my fancy. I like odd and different pieces of accessories in my home, jewelry, and my wardrobe!

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  173. margaracantu says:

    right now im transitioning from hacienda style into a more modern concept. however each bedroom mas its own feel, depends upon its inhabitant!

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  174. Stacy says:

    I live in a cottage on a lake and I try to keep everything light, airy and comfortable. I love Shabby Chic as it fits in right along with my casual collection of furniture.

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  175. Debra Simning-Chapman says:

    I would love this piece for my daughter’s bedroom. It has a white headboard and she could use this to put her phone, picture frame, and little lamp on! My decorating style is warm tone wood and cozy pillows.

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  176. Joan Sims says:

    I am in the middle of changing styles – I had a more traditional look and now I am tired of that and want to mix things up a bit.

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  177. Nancy says:

    I have a modern twist on country french. I love so many styles that I try and find a way to merge them without looking crazy!

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  178. Sandy says:

    I put out my stuff — people come over and love our place and ask how I decorate, etc., and I tell them I put out my stuff. So ‘eclectic’ I’m sure applies to me, but maybe it’s also Sandy-Style. ; )

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  179. MJ Andrada says:

    I have eclectic sense of decorating. I want to be surrounded by things that reminds me of where I’ve been, people that cares about me and most of all that brings memories of warmth, love, family and places I’ve been.

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  180. Kathleen Wicklund says:

    Country French to Eclectic! I love to mix it up.

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  181. spcale says:

    Eclectic. I mix it up but not too much. I have alot of antiques but add new style sofas and chairs. Some new styles add a punch and are just more comfortable than old style things.

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  182. sfern@live.com says:

    My decorating styling is modern and traditional combined. I love ultra modern as a base and then adding in pieces with some sense of history to add interest.

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  183. Frances says:

    shabby chic is MY style. This table is great!

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  184. Jo says:

    I have an arts and crafts base with some eclectic pieces added for pizazz.

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  185. ellenherbert says:

    My style is a mixture of family heirlooms, Middle-eastern accents and yard sale chic! It works to a greater or lesser degree depending on the day!

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  186. Mary Leonard says:

    My home is a little cottage that reflects my new life as a widow/empty nester in the heart of Kansas City, MO. Decor for now is hardwood floors, mix of old & new with the colors of soft taupe & aqua and this pretty little table would bring much JOY!

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  187. lizelms says:

    I’m in transition but slowly switching to vintage, shabby chic style incorporating distressed leather, lace, ruffles, wood planks, and lots of light. I love Rachel Ashwell’s style and her books.

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  188. michy says:

    My style is eclectic being that my husband and I don’t see eye to eye on our decorating tastes and styles. I have one room now in the house that will be used as our guest room and my special room when not in use. This piece would be the perfect focal starting point for decorating!!

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  189. Mary K. says:

    My decorating style is kind of eclectic. I take what I have and use it while coordinating with a one main color throughout the whole house.

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  190. ELLE BURKE says:

    ANYTHING OLD REFINISHED TO A NEW LOOK

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  191. Mary Leonard says:

    My home is a little cottage just for me that reflects my new life as a widow/empty nester in the heart of Kansas City, Missouri. I’m still determining the
    “style” but for now hardwood floors, a mix of old and new with soft taupe & aqua colors are at the base of
    the home and that pretty little table would bring JOY!

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  192. Kathi Elster says:

    My style has been “On Sale” or whatever someone is giving away, for some odd reason it works.

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  193. Hotforfifty says:

    My style is one based on the things I love, bringing together various textures with some coordinated colors – a large clear vase of sea shells, book shelf with various size wicker baskets, and a montage of black and white Audrey Hepburn photos. The Shabby Chic table would look SO great next to my bed as my bed cover is a black & white Le Fleur design, and I recently painted my bedroom a pale bluish/green. Just this morning I said to myself, “A white accent table would look great next to my bed.”

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  194. Julie says:

    My style is eclectic. I basically collect what I love , doesn’t matter whether its vintage, modern even something I picked up during my travels. If I love it I make it work. I usually tie it all together with color.

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  195. Alana Moss says:

    Eclectic

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  196. Victoria says:

    Country French…I don’t want my home to look like a furniture store. (AKA, not matching…want “surprising” pieces.)

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  197. eddyrobey says:

    Contemporary, with a sense of humor. For example, I have a sofa right out of the Jetson’s living room. The ultimate criterion for my furnishings is that they make me smile.

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  198. kathy novotny says:

    Eclectic, or tag sale/ antique. This table would be perfect in a bedroom as a bedside table or in my foyer.

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  199. laclay says:

    Eclectic-a few antiques, comfortable furniture and lots of color. I love shabby chic, this piece is great.

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  200. smfsprout says:

    The word that best describes my style would be eclectic. Since I decorate with what I like rather than what “goes together”, I end up with a little bit of everything. I’m all about comfort over style.

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  201. RRendina says:

    I knew right a way it was a Shabby Chic design! I love it! We have a cabin in the souther tier that it would be perfect for. My grandaughter’s room. I want it.

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  202. mell morgan says:

    I like the grandness, curves and lines of Tuscan style furniture and accessories, but I also love some of the modern and masculine traditional pieces.

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  203. Debe says:

    This would be perfect in my guest bathroom – I have been looking for something like this! LOVE IT!!!!

    I love to mix things up…………..instead of being perfect – old and new – colors pastels and bold!

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  204. Kim says:

    My decorating style is Shabby Chic, and I didn’t know it until I first saw Rachel Ashwell on TV shopping for hidden treasures at a flea market to decorate a restaurant for a celebrity. I started adding pieces of her Shabby Chic furniture in my bedroom that look lovely with my grandmother’s handsewn quilts along with the Shabby Chic accessories. I recently moved to the southwest, so this lovely piece with the turquoise color would add a perfect hint of southwest flair to my growing collection. Thank you!

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  205. Kristin Gilbert says:

    Lots of hand me downs, but I love a clean somewhat modern look for the main rooms, and more old fashioned in the bedrooms.

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  206. VJ says:

    I guess I would say eclectic/antiques. I like antiques and would love to fill my home with some really fine ones. Unfortunately, money, or lack of it, prevents that. So I buy pieces that are in need of TLC and refinish to my taste.

    That table would be perfect in my master bedroom that is in the process of remodeling.

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  207. Suzy Reschke says:

    My decorating style is Shabby Chic with a touch of Country French. I love that table. It would definitely fit my style.

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  208. Sandi Anderson says:

    I do not feel I have a certain “style” in my home furnishings. I have a few basic pieces that are timeless and everything else works around these. If I see a piece I like, the challange is where do I fit it in? Some pieces are new some are old. I love that look!! I would use this piece in my dining room. It would be just perfect!!!!

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  209. Karen says:

    OOh would just like to add October 27 is our 37th anniversary and this would definately make a perfect anniversary present to add to our “beach shabby chic” home.

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  210. akiss50 says:

    My style is colorful garage sale finds. I have a very happy home decorated with lots of color which brings smiles to anyone who enters my home.

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  211. Karen says:

    This piece would go perfectly in my house since I live in Pawleys Island SC where the theme is “shabby chic”. We have license plates, stickers etc that call Pawleys Island that. My decorating style since we’re right near the beach is “beach shabby chic”

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  212. cher says:

    My style is probably at best “hodge podge”. I always want something more pulled together of my favorite peices that have meaning to me and I also am at that stage of wanting to cut back but hard to let go of family peices.

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  213. kmria9 says:

    My dream style: Art Nouveau meets Danish Modern w/ retro kitsch.

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  214. svlockwood says:

    Eclectic for me.

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  215. gramhebert says:

    My style is all about comfort and being able to have that lived in look

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  216. Elisse says:

    My decorating style is “eclectic”: a mix of antiques & vintage pieces (furniture, carpets, Italian brocade drapes, etc.) with modern artwork, ceramics, etc.

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  217. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I have a very eclectic style because I had to find a way to work in my antique pieces that are meaningful to me. So, for instance, I have an antique oak table, but white leather parsons chairs around it and a large drum pendant lamp above the table. It looks “lived in” which is way better than everything looking pristine and brand new!

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  218. Gamecockgirl says:

    My style is pretty much the classic look. Nothing too flashy or that stands out too much.

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  219. Tina says:

    I live in a craftsmen style home and my style is a casual mix of antiques and clean modern accessories. Would love to win the side table which would be perfect for my grand-daughters room.

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  220. Nancy Busick says:

    Eclectic is my style. I like a little bit of it all.

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  221. KAREN COGBURN says:

    My style is country & Shabby Chic so this would be perfect.

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  222. Rallo says:

    I love the New Mexico Indian decor. Turquoise is my favorite.

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  223. Camilla Wilson says:

    I have a lot of antiques. So an old elegant look.

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  224. joann says:

    My style is definitely eclectic…love vintage, antique stuff…so much character.

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  225. Debra Stewart says:

    My style of decorating is eclectic. I love all periods and chose amoung them for my pieces. I like each piece to stand on its on, and I like color.

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  226. bclaxton says:

    Eclectic. Some old, most traditional but not antique-y.

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  227. klm624 says:

    My decorating style is definitely “shabby chic” with hints of antique and country. This piece would fit in my home perfectly.

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  228. swoogietwo says:

    I would have to say Contemporary

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  229. Barbara Wicklund says:

    my decorating style is a mix of old and new. I love mixing traditional with contemporary with unique finds! I want this for my master bath!

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  230. Barbara F says:

    Would love to have it for my quest bedroom which is decorated in shabby chic style. I have the perfect place for this piece…..

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  231. Valarie says:

    My style is sort of a lodge look or log cabin chic (or would be if I could do it up right!). It’s getting there, but not quite.

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