For some, the idea of decorating their new home or sprucing up a space inside their apartment or townhouse sounds equal parts tedious and daunting. Not everyone has an eye for color or style, and those who struggle to match an end table with an accent rug probably can't fathom finding enough inner interior design fortitude for an entire house.
Add to that one other major aspect of altering your home from demur to daring: money. Redoing your dining room, living room and a few bedrooms could cost a pretty penny, but only if you haven't thought the entire process through and are looking more at the big picture, instead of focusing on fixing a few minor things that could easily make a huge difference.
So how can you resign your home if you're not exactly an expert in the field?
For example, you can forgo the expensive museum quality wall art in favor of a few displaced plates on the wall. That look would be a sensational upgrade to any living space or family room in favor of saying so long to the stuffed animal on the wall or the tiresome candles scattered aimlessly across your fireplace mantle.
You may also have various rooms in your house that are littered with frames and photos without any rhyme or reason to them. That isn't uncommon but often can go from one or two sincere, sentimental pictures to a group of them tucked away in an office simply collecting dust.
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