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Budget Decorating

If you love to decorate but find that you are on a tight budget, you can still use your creativity and decorate a room beautifully while being on a budget. For example, do not think that just because you have an eclectic look of mismatched furniture that you cannot have a gorgeous room. In this case, you have a number of options. First, if you want all of your furniture to match, you could choose a Shabby Chic décor and paint everything white. If you are worried about dents or scratches, keep in mind that with this style, this makes the furniture more appealing.

Your other option is to buy or make slipcovers. For example, if you have a sofa that has a 1970’s flower motif and you want something that is neutral for a contemporary look, you can purchase a tan, gray, or black slipcover and instantly change the appearance of your sofa. Another inexpensive option is to purchase an oversized canvas drop cloth, the kind that painters use, and take it to your local laundromat to wash in one of the large machines. If possible, allow it to dry hanging outdoors and then drape it over the sofa. In both cases, you can keep the slipcover in place using special tucking tools or buy a piece of PVC pipe from a hardware store and roll it into the crevices.

For your dining room table, an easy fix is available that will fall within a tight budget. Have your local lumber or home improvement store cut a piece of plywood in the shape and size of the table you want. You can then purchase dining room table legs that are simple or ornate in design and already made. Taking the cut out table top, turn it over on top of something you can work on or even the floor. Secure the legs to the wood using hardware made for that purpose. Use strips of felt that will match your tablecloth or décor and hot glue or staple them onto the outside edges of the tabletop so there are no rough spots. Finally us an inexpensive tablecloth or sheet and place glass on top.

For your walls, you can make beautiful artwork for little money. Two great ideas include using a white poster board and colored tissue paper of your choice. Cut or tear pieces of tissue paper so they are in different sizes and shapes. Using spray adhesive, spray the poster board and then randomly put the tissue paper down to create an overlapping, geometric design. Another idea is what is known as “potato art”. This involves cutting different size potatoes in half. Using a carving knife, cut out raised designs. The potato is then dipped in various colors of paint (your choice) and then stamped on poster board. Once you are finished creating either of these projects, they are then framed and hung and the results beautiful.

If you want to add architectural interest to your home, visit estate sales, flea markets, and salvage yards to find vintage pieces, which are very popular. Many of these items can be used as stand-alone decorating pieces, garden accents, or planters that will enhance your décor.
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