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Tour Lauren Conrad's Elegant, Light-Filled Home in the Pacific Palisades

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Tour Lauren Conrad's Elegant, Light-Filled Home in the Pacific Palisades

Home Tour: Inside Lauren Conrad's Cali-Cool Pacific Palisades Abode via @MyDomaine

50 Clever Room Divider Designs

Create a collage: Mount fabric, nice greeting cards, or old patterns from the ‘50s in unique frames. Then cluster them together to make a chic wall collage. This is an easy way to project your taste and personality in your home—and it’s inexpensive too.

20 Decorating Dos From Lauren Conrad's Instagrams

20 Decorating Dos From Lauren Conrad's Instagrams: You probably already know about Lauren Conrad's clothing line, but did you know that she also has killer style at home?

Tour Lauren Conrad's Elegant, Light-Filled Home in the Pacific Palisades

Tour Lauren Conrad's Elegant, Light-Filled Home in the Pacific Palisades via @MyDomaine

Tour Lauren Conrad's Elegant, Light-Filled Home in the Pacific Palisades

Lauren Conrad's bright and airy hallway with classic Spanish architectual details

The Mermaid Workout -  Today’s Mermaid Routine uses one of our favorite toning tools, the kettlebell, to make you feel gorgeous, sculpted and strong. And if you want in on a little secret… Working your total body is one of the best ways to reveal that coveted, tight tummy—along with proper nutrition of course. All you need is a kettlebell, a yoga mat and some water. If you’re new to using kettlebells start with 10-15 lbs. and work your way up from there.      - If you like this pin, repin it…

Tone It Up: The Total Body Mermaid Workout

The Mermaid Workout - Today’s Mermaid Routine uses one of our favorite toning tools, the kettlebell, to make you feel gorgeous, sculpted and strong. And if you want in on a little secret… Working your total body is one of the best ways to reveal that coveted, tight tummy—along with proper nutrition of course. All you need is a kettlebell, a yoga mat and some water. If you’re new to using kettlebells start with 10-15 lbs. and work your way up from there. - If you like this pin, repin it…