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Stretching Your Home Decorating Dollar With Simple Changes

Stretching Your Home Decorating Dollar With Simple Changes

Budget is among the first things I check before redecorating, and let’s be honest, it can affect some of my design choices! However, having a well-decorated home can be affordable with just a few changes.

Make the most of your home decorating budget with these amazing, yet affordable, tips.

Move things around

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moving furniture

    Rearranging furniture gives your room an instant update. Moving your furniture around brings a fresh perspective to your space, and the best thing about it is it doesn’t cost a thing!

    Match your accessories with the season

    seasonal accessories

      Another quick and easy way to update your décor is to match your accessories with the season. Change up your pillow covers, throws, duvets, and decorative knickknacks to instantly rejuvenate your space.

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      Rearrange your ornaments

      For your mantels and ledges, rearrange and combine decorative trinkets of different sizes (such as picture frames) to give the space a makeover. Also, leave a small space between your groupings to make your mantel look more spacious.

      Pumpkin

        When thinking up design accents for your home, you can always take advantage of the beauty of each season. Maximize the different colors of the season when considering the decorative pieces you’ll be using.

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        Lighting makes a whole lot of difference

        natural light

          Something as simple as lighting can change the way a room looks. During the day, keep the curtains open to let the daylight in. This quick change brightens up the room and makes it look more spacious. You can also replace your blinds with fresh curtains to create a welcoming atmosphere for your family and guests.

          Arrange a trade

          If you have home décor items that are still in good condition, but you’re tired of them, you can set up a trading system with your friends. Your girlfriends may have amazing pieces that you can trade for your own. You can even make your trading a monthly event!

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          Sales are your friends

          flea market

            Visit your favorite thrift stores and garage sales to pick up some new home décor items for a small amount. You’ll find lovely second-hand items in thrift shops and garage sales that will fit in your home.

            You can have gorgeous home décor without breaking the bank! Let these quick and fun decorating tips bring a fresh look to your home!

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            Last Updated on February 11, 2021

            The 20 Most Creative Instagram Accounts That Will Inspire You

            The 20 Most Creative Instagram Accounts That Will Inspire You

            Instagram allows you to see exactly what inspires people and how creativity is drawn from their everyday life. We use Instagram to capture what makes us smile, what brings joy to our life, and what we are passionate about, and the accounts listed below are sure to inspire you in turn.

            Here are our 20 top creative Instagram accounts that you should be following today.

            1. Humans Of New York

            Brandon Stanton walks the streets of New York City taking street photography, and he gets his subjects to open up about life details that even many family members may not know about them. It makes you smile and connect with the images at a new level.

             2.  Paris in Four Months

            Carin Olsson moved to Paris and is documenting every part of her experience, from the macaroons to the Eiffel Tower with all of its shimmering lights. If you want to go to Paris but can’t get there today, Carin will take you.

            3. Civilized Caveman Cooking

            George Bryant offers up more than his love for cooking Paleo cuisine as he shares more about life, joy, and happiness. His coined hashtag is #hugsandbacon.

            4. Andrew Knapp

            Andrew has taken the world by storm with his adorable version of Where’s Waldo? His version is Find Momo, and stars his border collie.

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            5. Idafrosk

            Ida Skivenes has developed a knack for food art. From the world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Strawberry Fields Forever, she has recreated it all with food.

            6. GrandmaBetty33

            Grandma Betty is fighting cancer and is inspiring others to smile and be happy in life. She brings a smile to your face instantly and is like having your grandma right beside you.

            7. Maya_on_the_Move

            Tania Ahsan captures the world of her cute bulldog, Maya, on her adventures in New York. Maya makes appearances that will make you smile, laugh, and inspire you to go out and create something special.

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            8. Leoleoparis

            Leo captures the life on the streets of Paris. Most of his work is done in black and white, offering that iconic Parisian look.

            9. Jacob Santiago

            Jacob Santiago creates stunning, vibrant images around New York City, showcasing the architecture and streets. I’m sure you haven’t seen the streets of NYC like this before.

            10. Julie’s Kitchen

            Julie Lee showcases how everyday produce can create colorful art designs. At first glance, you think it is just a design; then, a second take illustrates that it is really fruits and vegetables.

            11. iloveplaymo

            iloveplaymo brings together photography and Playmobil toys in action. The images are up to date with current world events and everyday life.

            12. “Red” Hong Yi

            Red Hong Yi loves to paint without a paintbrush. Her style uses daily items to create lovely images.

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            13. Alexis Diaz

            A breathtaking artist from Puerto Rico who loves to paint murals. Alexis’s work is featured all over the world.

            14. Murad Osmann

            Murad Osmann is a music video producer, but his claim to fame on Instagram has been his photographs with his girlfriend leading him by her hand.

            15. Simone Bramate

            Simone Bramate is a storyteller who just so happens to take delightful photos as well.

            16. Willie Kessel

            Willie Kessel brings beach life right to your smartphone. Amazing surf and lifestyle images that take your mind off of all of the work and stress in your life.

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            17. Nick Ulivieri

            Nick Ulivieri is a talented photographer who loves to capture the windy city of Chicago and skies, especially during storms. His images are gorgeous and make you realize how wonderful life really is.

            18. Jo Jerry

            Jo Jerry’s landscape photos around Santorini, Greece, make you want to book a flight immediately. The bright colors and simplicity in the images make his photos stand out from the rest.

            19. GoPro

            GoPro uses fan-sourced images on their account that are all captured with a GoPro. Creativity to the max is used in these images and range from the grocery store to incredible surf.

            20. Vin Farrell

            Vin Farrell is a creative who works on the agency side for large clients and has a knack for photography. His iPhone captures amazing aerial images around NYC and the world.

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