In this sentence..
"Items can be moved at ease making redecoration simple."
..my ever helpful computer says redecoration is misspelled. Redecoration is in my English-Spanish dictionary and Webster's progeny seem to like the word just fine so I believe either Chrome or Apple have made a mistake in calling it out.
While it technically fits to replace it with redecorating, I don't like the feel of that sentence as much. I'd rather be speaking about the concept of redecorating rather than the action.
Is redecoration wrong or less correct?
(I suppose I'm open to total rewording as well because simple at the end of that sentence just sounds awkward.)
edit: Since someone pointed out the 're' is unnecessary on 'decoration,' I'll say I'm open to either spelling but issue of 're' is not integral to my question. My real question is on contrasting usage of the gerund vs a noun - '(re)decoration' vs '(re)decorating'