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Fall is my favorite time of the year. It's a time to gather with family and friends and share our favorite memories while creating new ones. This fall, we're using our favorite autumn elements to create warm and cozy table lighting for our Thanksgiving dinner. We've transformed the Kichler Birchfield table lamp into a fall-inspired centerpiece that is sure to charm and illuminate our family and friends.

Are you on a quest to infuse your home with individuality? Have you searched high and low for the perfect bowl or mini pendant that will showcase your unique style? We have rummaged Pinterest for these seven stylish DIY pendants and chandeliers. These lights are sure to permeate your home with a chic, modern feel, also, think of how impressed your guests will be when you tell them you made the light yourself.

The summer season is the start of many things - balmy temperatures, outdoor dining and entertaining, and fans. If you're a savvy host, you've already installed a decorative outdoor fan or plugged in a vintage-inspired pedestal fan to keep your guests cool. If you haven't, there's still a way to hold onto your great host status - paper fans.

Over the years, we've encountered our fair share of ceiling fan troubles, but we've learned from our experiences and want to share with you what we've discovered along the way. We've compiled our best ceiling fan troubleshooting tips to help you identify and fix the most common ceiling fan problems. As always, use caution when working on your ceiling fan and turn the power off at the circuit breaker box to prevent any injuries.

How to Paint a Ceiling Fan

By Bobbie Jo Stuff in All, DIY

Does your room need spicing up? We have the perfect fix for your home decor woes - painting your boring ceiling fan. Painting your old ceiling fan is a wonderful, cost-effective way to create a functional art piece to display in your home or office. With just a few coats of paint, you can turn a dull fan into a unique fixture that flawlessly matches your home decor without breaking the bank.