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Louise O'Bryan added this to Muddled About Your Mantel? We'll Help Solve Your Display Dilemmas30 November 2016

A renter’s best friendOne of a mantelpiece’s finest attributes is its ability for creating an instant display shelf, and this is great news if you’re a renter in a home with no shelves and no chance of fitting any yourself. The mantelpiece can have an effect on the room’s look and style without forfeiting any bond, so go to town! Lean up paintings, photographs and use heavier items to support garlands that you might want to hang across the front. A fun and lively display will compensate a little for the other bare walls and give your bland rental the boost of character that it needs.The case for leaning art

Houzz added this to World of Design: 10 Ways to Live in Harmony With Housemates7 October 2015

Why they started renting: “We decided to live together after a few drinks at a [university] catch-up. As we were all starting master’s study or full-time work, it made a lot of sense,” Thoeming says. “Having spent so much time together at uni, seeing each other at our best and worst through that time, and all getting along really well with each other’s friends, it seemed like such a perfect choice.” How they found each other: They met while all were studying architecture at university.

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Rebecca Gross added this to 10 Hearth-Warming Ideas for a Festive Fireplace14 October 2015

2. String flags and fairy lightsString colourful flags or ribbons across the mantelpiece. Choose Christmas colours or anything that tickles your aesthetic fancy. Top it off with fairy lights for the evening.

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