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Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
Keep the art affordable. Botanical prints and scientific illustrations can be found inexpensively on Etsy, squares of pretty wrapping paper can be frameworthy, and you can always press flowers from your own garden for free. Hanging your art in
Maria & Jim's Adventurous Victorian
dining area. A vintage school map depicting the territories of Native American tribes serves as an eclectic window covering. The chandelier is an inexpensive brass fixture that the owners spray painted white.
CplusC Architectural Workshop
potential buyer will not see it as a reason not to make an offer. Take a good look at the bathrooms in your house. Replacing the vanity is relatively inexpensive, and having the tiles professionally painted eliminates the need to pay for costly tiles and labour. Even replacing the tapware can be worthwhile
Photocopied family photosThe owners of this home had their favourite family portraits turned into custom-made wallpaper. You can make your own inexpensive version by photocopying favourite photos and decoupaging them to your walls. Not only does using photocopies create an attractive monochromatic colour
Portico Design Group
watercress, fenugreek, mustard and snow pea sprouts in a sunny spot in the kitchen. Sprout starter packs with layered containers can be bought inexpensively at garden supply stores.
Andrea Brooks Interiors
complementary colors; in this case, the green also helps balance the layers of pink. To achieve the pillows' custom style, you could simply purchase inexpensive pillows in the colors of your choice and apply a few simple trim patterns.
Tess Bethune Interiors
Since this house was about to become home to two small children, Bethune stuck with low-key, inexpensive materials that would look good to adults and stand up to the kids. The clients didn't want anything to feel fussy or overly traditional, so Bethune chose a material palette that could grow with their
Julie Loves Home
Burlap can be a beautiful, easy and inexpensive drapery solution. It can make a space feel less serious. Burlap comes in different tones from light bleached beige to deep red with sparkles! Can also make a great no sew tablecloth and even a unique lampshade. Grommets are an easy and modern way to
Whip up burlap curtains. You can turn rustic and refreshingly inexpensive burlap into a pair of chic curtains by simply ironing in hems with fusible tape. Pop-in grommets (available at most well-stocked fabric stores) on top create a finished look that takes the look a step beyond basic.
You can turn rustic and refreshingly inexpensive burlap into a pair of chic curtains by simply ironing in hems with fusible tape. Pop-in grommets (available at most well-stocked fabric stores) on top create a finished look