Shabby, worn, "hand-me-down" furniture is the typical scene starting out on your own. Houston's Design Resource had some tips on turn your place into sophisticated and pulled together.
Don't spend all your money on buying a house. Furnishings and window coverings can cost a pretty penny.
To get the most bang for your buck use paint.
Slowly build up your house with a few investment pieces a year.
Never underestimate the power of yard sale, antique stores, estate sales and some good old elbow grease.
Art work can be expensive so be creative...frame vintage posters, visit auctions, or paint your own.
Framing old rulers is a good way to add character to your home!
Mon, November 12, 2012
by Cindy Aplanalp filed under
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