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Renting a house for a getaway this summer? Whether you’re staying for a week or the entire summer, you want to feel at home and at ease on your vacation. Here’s some help turning that summer rental into a place you love kicking back and relaxing in.

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Pups travel in comfort and style with Bark n Bag’s fashionable and eco-friendly CheckerBarc pet carrier ($80/small; $85/medium) in hand-loomed cotton canvas. Featuring locking zipperheads and ventilating mesh on two sides, the carrier has a machine-washable polar fleece liner, plus top and side entries and roomy pockets. It is a comfortable carry with padded handle wrap and shoulder strap. Bonus: it fits under most airline seats. barknbag.com

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You can create your own cute customizable dog toys in any color or pattern you want by using this tutorial from @mnpetphotographer. All you need is some fleece from a craft or fabric store. Cut the fleece into strips, braid it together, knot the ends, and cut off the excess.

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Using an old hand towel or scrap fabric, you can fold together a DIY snuffle toy in minutes. This tutorial from @furbabysireland shows you how to create a toy that promotes nose work and keeps your dog engaged.

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What makes a hotel stay feel luxurious is often the simplest things: fluffy towels, clean sheets and mini toiletries there whenever you need them. Want to recreate that same sense of indulgence in your own space? Use these organization ideas to give your home the five-star treatment.

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This affordable DIY from @makingitwithabby dupes a $300 beaded chandelier using metal rings, jute, beaded strings, and an old ceiling light for a total cost of $21.

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Most of us already clean our bath towels and bedding regularly (right?), but in the spring, add other textiles, like window curtains, throw pillows, blankets and stuffed animals to that list.

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Using pieces of plywood and yarn in a color of your choice, you can follow along to this DIY tutorial from Jamie Colby Hidalgo (@sofloridagirl) to create a huge statement piece on a tiny budget. It’s the perfect way to add DIY boho wall décor to your room without struggling through another macramé tutorial on YouTube.

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Our first designer, Jenna, envisioned a light and airy living area that shows her love of using classic elements to create timeless living spaces.

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For our second featured look, our team member Dallas was inspired to create a nursery palette in honor of her dear friend who is currently a mommy-to-be. More and more baby and kid rooms are turning to neutral wall colors that allow children to grow into their own style easily and without yearly fuss over a new favorite color of the week.

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Prints can certainly be a part of farmhouse decor, but you must be careful which ones you choose. Any bold geometric prints or modern statement florals are out, while more traditional prints are in. Gingham, plaids and Buffalo check all work well when decorating your home in the farmhouse style, as does most other check and patchwork. You might opt for something like these Blair Farmhouse Plaid Semi-Sheer Curtain Panels in the living room or perhaps the patchwork quilt set for your bedroom.

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Wool or wool-blend socks are superior to cotton, because wool can wick away sweat and still insulate properly. Cotton soaks up sweat, loses its insulation, and can become sodden.

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First, keep your circle small, per coronavirus health guidelines. “The safest way to celebrate the new year is to celebrate at home with the people who live with you or virtually with friends and family,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Health advises.

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Zara Home terry cloth slippers and bathrobe: Step out of your cocoon of warmth into 100% cotton terry cloth slippers and a premium bathrobe (pictured), and hold on to your blissful, relaxed state as long as you can. $29.90, $89.90, zarahome.com

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Turn plain drinking glasses into patriotic ones — temporarily — for the holiday. Using pinking shears, cut bands of red-and-white plaid oilcloth to fit around the glasses. Sew or glue a white oilcloth rectangle to the center of the band, then adhere the ends of the band together so it fits around a glass. (The band should easily slip over the narrower bottom of a glass and slide upward until it stays snugly in place.)

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