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Its Friday Freebies time!  This week we move indoors and the crew at Partylite came to us with another awesome set.  Check out their Coast Lights collection featuring the PartyLite Coastal Lights Hurricane.  This new twist on the nautical look will add a sophisticated flair to any home. Craftsmanship and style take center stage and define this one-of-a-kind, hand-blown glass hurricane.  Inside the Hurrican is Partylite’s Round Mottled Layered Pillar in Seaside Mist.  But that’s not all! Partylite has been just as excited as our blog readers over Friday Freebies they’re also providing one lucky winner with the Coast Lights Oyster Shell, Coastal Lights Nautilus Shell, and a dozen Calm Waters tealights to go with it all.


All you have to do is comment on this week’s question with a valid email address before Monday Night @ Midnight Eastern.  We’ll pick a random winner from all of our comments. Its that simple!

For this week, we want to know what’s the one thing in your house that you are the most proud of?  Got a killer couch or maybe you hand crafted your own pillows? Did you paint the kids rooms in one weekend? We want to know!

If you’re not already showing it off, go upload it to Rate My Space. Or if you’re still looking a really great piece of furniture check out Leslie’s post from yesterday with an early look at some of the new pieces coming from HGTV designer Angelo Surmelis.  If green is your thing, Kristine is always on the hunt for some inspiration.

Have a great weekend!

435 Responses

  1. Denise Pierce says:

    I am most proud of the Christmas Cactus I got when my great aunt passed away in the mid 80's. It is at least 30 – 40 years old and blooms at least twice a year! Absolutely beautiful!

  2. J Leake says:

    We love our fireplace. the surround looks like stucco on which I used three different paint colors to give it depth. Because it fits in a corner it's shape is basically like this: ___/ . On the sides, we inserted 5 x 5 slate tiles that had been etched with a moose, bear, buffalo and pinecones (3 tiles on each side). On the front of the mantle we have the same slate tiles etched with mountains. It's like our own rustic cabin in the woods!

  3. Traci Burton says:

    I am most proud of my chandelier that I hung myself! It is brushed nickel with Italian Murano glass cups that hold the lights. It was a tough job, but I did it myself and it has been hanging now for 5 years! I love this chandelier and everytime I look at it I am reminded of my trip to Venice!

  4. Cyndy says:

    Our living room is what we are most happy with. New arkansas stone flooring with muted brown walls, high ceilings with a fireplace and leather sleeper sofa and chairs. Took over a year project by project to create, but it looks open and inviting for us to enjoy now.

  5. Linda Shaw says:

    I love the pink in my daughter's room. She is a girl-girl and the bubblegum pink is adorable against her white furniture.

  6. Debbie says:

    I am most proud of my hall. I have turned it into a gallery with pictures of my children and grandchildren. I have even added pictures of other family. I love showing off my family.

  7. Carolyn Dunn says:

    I am most proud of my screened in patio with nearby waterfall and pond my husband and I installed. Everyone steps out on the patio and says how peaceful it is.

  8. Chris says:

    I love my antique player piano. Looks great filled with family photo's! Love to decorate on it for Halloween and at Christmas all my Santa's are displayed for everyone to see!

  9. Lori says:

    The thing I'm the most proud of is my reading nook in my bedroom dormer that consists of a comfy chair, lots of pillows, a throw and a small ottoman. A couple of years after I created it, it's where I would sit to nurse my baby daughter at night.

  10. Kristin says:

    I'm most proud of the kid-proof furniture we finally purchased. Leather, padded, and space for toys!

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