Lifestylist® Suzanne Felber shares fun, inexpensive decorating ideas that ingredients cost less than a latte.

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Lifestylist® Suzanne Felber prefers to take the road less traveled and share those experiences with her her friends and followers.

After trademarking the term Lifestylist in 2001, Felber has made a committment to help others find their "inner-stylists".

She lives and works at The Home Idea Factory - a 1941 printing factory in Oak Cliff Texas with a rich historical past. She and photographer Lisa Stewart Photography use the space as a place to try out and photograph new ideas and share them with their clients.
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Color Spotting at Home Depot

I do love being a Lifestylist®, and getting the opportunity to travel across the country meeting new people and spotting new trends. Recently I was up in the 1,000 Island area of NY and spent a day just driving and looking at the magnificent architecture and natural beauty of that area.
When I found this little cabin tucked by the river I fell in love - especially with the brightly colored Adirondack Chairs in the front of it. Of course I took a picture and never forgot what a great, happy look this was.
Then the other day I was walking through Home Depot and found these bright, happy chairs and I had to have them! Especially since they were only $12.00 each and maintenance free. I love what a difference they made in the backyard of the Idea Factory - even when I'm not out reading a book or birdwatching on them I love just being able to look out the window and seeing the burst of color.
It's easy to use an accent of color to wake up any space. It can be done with pillows in a living room, towels in a bath or with plates in a dining room. Great, fun design doesn't have to be expensive - you just need to be brave enough to try different ideas out.

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