Slob Proof! Real-Life Decorating Solutions (Giveaway)

Do you ever feel like your decor is always being ruined? We try to have a kid friendly house but sometimes I fell like that means sacrificing decor in general, as in just don’t have it. Designer and author Debbie Wiener wrote a fantastic book Slob Proof! Real-Life Home Decorating Solutions that helps even the most design impaired decorate. As I was reading the book I was constantly amazed at how such little things make such big differences. For example she talks about the number of cushions on a couch and the overall design and how it makes it easier or harder to care for. I never thought of that. When we bought our couch my husband and I went on looks and comfort as in, is it pretty and do we like sitting on it. Debbie Weiner has also come out with a great line of furniture that is truly  slob proof. The furniture is made of a fabric called Crypton that has a moisture barrier making it truly spill and stain proof! On her site Designing Solutions Debbie Weiner offers an array of advice and she will even help you try to solve your design dilemmas via email if you submit a picture to her. In the future when I can re-do my rooms I will definitely use this book as I make my furniture and design choices. I have a copy of the book Slob Proof! Real-Life Decorating Solutions by Debbie Weiner to give to one lucky reader. To enter tell me what room in your house is your biggest designing dilemma.

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  1. I would say our bedroom or the kitchen. The kitchen has waaaaay too many cabinets and the lighting just stinks and our bedroom is a weird shape w/windows in not the best places so it’s hard for all our furniture to fit, plus other stuff.

  2. My master bedroom is a mess because it’s the one room I can throw everything into and shut the door when people come over!

  3. My biggest design dilemma is our family room. It’s a blank slate but with weird angles that make furniture placement very difficult. I could really use some help.

  4. Just one room? My whole house is a dilemma. But if I had to choose, it would be the game room, it collects boxes of crap.

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  5. Actually all of my rooms are designing dilemmas – they are too small or is it I have too much furniture, etc. in them? My living room would be my main concern as you always want that room to look the best when company comes.

  6. Our issue room is definitely the living room! We had to take the fireplace out because it was so awkwardly placed and now the designing is an issue.

  7. To tell the truth, all of our rooms in the house need to be worked on. But the biggest designing dilemma is the bedroom. I don’t know how to turn it into something really beautiful.

  8. Our dining room/computer room is one of the biggest rooms in the house and also the most cluttered and frequently lived-in. Right now it’s a hodge-podge of furniture and lacks overall color and design.

  9. I really don’t think there’s just one room, the entire house needs a makeover!! Minus the kitchen, i’m ok with that room, but the dining room/living room those can be done ASAP!

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