" I later learned about his Oprah connection and about the boyfriend he lost.
But it has been really fun for us to try to practice what we preach.
It’s easy to go into a store and pick out what you like.
He actually introduced himself and his friends to me. All I knew was that a very handsome man was being friendly and cordial.
Later, my partner came up to me and said "do you know who that was???
You should be coming up with a whole new look.”MOST READ ENTERTAINMENT NEWS THIS HOURSo stop focusing on your partner’s dorm room furniture, and listen up — we’ve got Berkus and Brent’s Three Big Rules for Decorating Couples:1.
Get your priorities straight: “The priorities in design should always be people, pets, then things,” says Berkus.Don’t be hurt because he doesn’t like the chair — have an honest conversation about how we can fix the chair.”3. (You can start with Google): “It’s not about creating a space that’s one note or one look,” says Berkus.“If your husband or boyfriend or partner has a favorite look, put those words in with what you like and start searching.#livelikeverdama Bra Couture KC founder Sharon Butler Payne and plastic surgeon Dr.Paul Leahy discuss why reconstructive surgery can be a hard topic for breast cancer survivors to address and what they need to know about how the procedure can impact their futures.But I think the best design comes from that tension of having to find something that pleases two people.”How to decorate as a couple is way up there on the list of design FAQs.