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Scour your local flea markets, garage sales and estate sales for inexpensive finds like vintage tables that can easily become your coffee table. Take it home and give it a fresh coat of paint and it will take on an entirely new life.
Chelsea + Kiel: Columbus, Ohio
use of shelvingEven the smallest of kitchens can make better use of space with some strategically placed shelving. Open shelving is on trend and inexpensive, and can not only provide added storage, but also gives you the chance to inject some colour and personality into your kitchen with what you put
Deborah French Designs
New York City Loft
a single room.Get this look: If you’re on a budget but still love that Moroccan flair, add a pounded metal tray to the top of a table, or a few inexpensive Moroccan poufs or floor cushions to a room. Carved elements can be added to existing pieces via affordable wooden appliques — although the more ornate
apartment’s deco bones and prewar details, he needed to channel the new millennium. He replaced all the base and crown molding before moving in (“an inexpensive way to make everything much nicer,” he says) and yanked out the awful carpet. Fortunately, the co-op’s original white-pine floors were still intact
Save on seatingBusted your budget on your dream sofa but can’t bear to go without armchairs? Rattan or wicker designs make an inexpensive alternative to upholstered pieces and can look every bit as good.
Here’s a great idea for an inexpensive desk: build your own using two Vika Artur trestles from IKEA and top them with a flat wood or steel surface. (Hollow-core door blanks are great for this!) It’s simple to set up and take down, making it great for hopping around living space during your college years
Kristin Peake Interiors, LLC
Accessories are the icing on the cake in a room. Inexpensive and transformative pieces, like bedside lamps, throw pillows and cloth-covered boxes, add color, warmth and life. Choose a few key pieces that are
that every inch counts... a headboard can be very expensive and take up too much room." The Marimekko fabric stretched over a canvas serves as an inexpensive space-saving headboard. The vintage light fixtures "weigh a ton because they are made of shells... It was a real pain to get them hung and working