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Shelf Style

If you're anything like me, you might be feeling the need to organize to get your new year started off on the right foot. While it's a luxury to have shelf space, many people find it a little daunting to fill their shelves in a functional and beautiful way. These images are great examples of how to accessorize shelves. Notice how they use color and repetition to make their objects appear as part of a collection. The result is a curated look as opposed to a cluttered hodgepodge of tchochkes. Like most of our resolutions, it just takes a little discipline and creativity. Good luck and Happy New Year!

*First image styled by Emily Henderson; Second Image from Greige; Third Image from The New Victorian Ruralist; Fourth image from Decor de Provence; Fifth image from Home Bunch.

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