Best of the Best 2014 – Winners of Project of the month

Welcome to the first annual HomeByMe Best of the Best post. We’ll honor the twelve 2014 Project of the month winners all in one place. Congratulations once again to each winner! You’ll see the depth and breadth of the quality of HomeByMe projects created by you and your fellow designers. Every month there are tens of thousands of projects uploaded and it is a deliciously difficult task to narrow it down to one winner each month. These projects are truly the Best of the Best!

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Winner! HomeByMe January project of the month

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Christmas time: How to cheer up your home?

Cheer up your house this holiday season without overwhelming your home with tons of red ribbons, gold reindeer and glitters. You don’t have to accumulate accessorize to create a welcome and warm atmosphere. So forget about multicolored decorations all over your stairs, doors and furniture: keep it simple, sober and elegant. Those 6 tips will help you transform your home into the best place to be for Christmas and New Years’ Eve.

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Winter is coming: it’s time to cozy up your home

Guess you know the drill: November arrived, bringing with him short days, chilly weather and winter blues. Not anymore! We found plenty of great ways to remedy this blues and to renew your energy: transform your home into a cozy, warm and welcoming cocoon for Christmas! You really don’t need much to turn your interior into a home sweet home.  So grab your plaid, curl up with a cup of hot cocoa and follow our 5 tips!

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Discoveries: Columns Spanning Multiple Floors

Every now and then as we work with the tool we discover some neat little tips and tricks or unique ways to do something. I’m going to use this space to make short blogs sharing these thoughts with you.

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Creating Columns that span multiple floors

With the recent introduction of holes, you can create interior spaces that can span multiple floors much easier.  The first thing I wanted to recreate was that sense of majestic space you get when you see these floor spanning columns.  It was actually very simple! Let me show you!

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