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  • National expert offers advice for home styling and decor

    Fifi O'Neill, a nationally known magazine editor and style expert, spent a whirlwind week recently styling and photographing Gem State homes from Middleton to Pocatello to feature in upcoming issues of her Modern Country, Romantic Country and Prairie Style magazines. Her advice: Not too much, variety and, of course, flowers.

National expert offers advice for home styling and decor

Fifi O'Neill, a nationally known magazine editor and style expert, spent a whirlwind week recently styling and photographing Gem State homes from Middleton to Pocatello to feature in upcoming issues of her Modern Country, Romantic Country and Prairie Style magazines. Her advice: Not too much, variety and, of course, flowers.