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Middletown Decorator Introduces New Book

This idea book inspires you to make monthly changes to your mantel to keep your home looking fresh and reflecting your style.

I love the challenge of decorating on a budget, using objects in creative and unique ways. I also love a story, so incorporating family pieces, tokens from favorite trips, or children's artwork always adds a personal touch and makes their presence in my home more meaningful.

This book is my way of challenging you to celebrate each day by looking with renewed appreciation at what you already own.

Often small changes have a big impact and keep your home feeling fresh and who doesn't want that? I hope this book inspires you to express the true meaning of "home."

Be inspired to make monthly or seasonal changes to your mantel, bookcase or entry table. Learn how to assess your collectibles, tell your story and elevate your everyday objects to works of art. Celebrate each day by looking with renewed appreciation at what you already own.

As always, live with what you love and love where you live!

To find out more about this publication and order a copy, visit Harts and Homes.

About this column: Pamela Hartz Miller lives in Middletown and has owned her interior-redesign business, Hartz & Homes, since 2003. Read all her fabulous Middletown Patch columns on home decor tips here.

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Debi October 16, 2012 at 08:32 PM
Featuring photography by Haddam photographer Debi Friedlander!
Claudia DeFrance October 16, 2012 at 11:30 PM
Congratulations Pam!! Hope you sell a million!! Xxoo

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