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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. Ginny Dunn says:

    I am most proud of the master bedroom. I chose a soothing darker shade of green and accented with red and gold; a comfy burgundy leather chair provides a cozy reading corner; and an antique trunk from hubby's grandmother provides eye-catching storage. Her name is stamped in gold on the top and there's a White Star Line sticker on it.

  2. Linda Brownell says:

    My couch is my pride and joy right now. Best of all, I paid for it by using my reward points so it didn't cost me anything!

    Also, I think the hurricane is gorgeous! The colorful candle inside looks incredible through the glass.

  3. Jan. G. says:

    At the moment, it would have to be my king size padded headboard that my husband and I made. It took me awhile to figure out how to mount it on the wall, but I finally did and it looks great.

  4. Lynn Woodward says:

    I saw a room on Colorsplash that I just loved. The room was 3 shades or orange that blending up the wall. I was so proud of myself that I was able to do the same technique. I LOVE my orange room – Thanks David!!!

  5. Susie Meador says:

    The one thing I'm the most proud of in my home would have to be my antique wrought iron table and chair set with glass top. It was my grandmother's. She painted it a beautiful dusty rose color that has only grown prettier as the years have gone by. It looks just perfect in my living room, which is done in an ocean theme with all of the items I've collected over the years on my trips to Nags Head.

  6. karen clark says:

    I am most proud fo both the new water garden and the fish pond I created in the backyard.

  7. Cindy Ash says:

    I recently painted my front door myself and WOW what a difference it made. First impressions are what counts and it really says "Welcome"…….the warm chocolate brown color is very inviting.

  8. Andrea Phillips says:

    Love the shells. I have a new sailboat room this would look fantastic in. Partylite is SERIOUSLY the best candles you can get too!

  9. Imee D says:

    I'm a young interior designer. I don't have a lot of money yet, but I love furniture and decorating. I love "garbage day" in my town because there are so many items that I could just "pick up" and "fix up" for free. My apartment is filled with people's trash that I have restored into treasures. Thats what makes my place one of a kind!

  10. Shaleen says:

    In my home, I am most proud of the tile floor in the kitchen and dining room. My husband and I put them in as the house was being built and it turned out great. Everyone has commented about it when they come in to our house. The floor is so durable and stands up to traffic beautifully.

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