Who doesn't love to travel? Even if it's for one overnight stay, a quick vacation is good for the soul. There's a common misconception about the cost of travel and that vacationing is only for the wealthy, but you can have a good time for less! Here are a few tips and tricks to help you plan a smashing vacation on a budget!
We're all adults here. We should have a headboard in at least one of the bedrooms in our home. As I write this, I'm currently shopping for one for my own boudoir. My budget is small, but my dreams are big. Here are 15 cool headboards that are queen-sized, modern, chic, and $200 or less!
Accent furniture is important in making a room feel complete. But it can break the bank when finding the right pieces! Here are 10 ottomans, poufs, and coffee tables that are good-looking and budget-friendly at $60 or under!
This month, we've been scouring the web looking for budget decor projects. From furniture to wall art, I've tried to do my research. And I realized this project falls right into the theme! You just need a bunch of old jewelry to do it!
So maybe you spent a bit too much on fixtures and flooring. Or maybe you're renting and you're on a tight budget. Whatever the case may be, it's always advantageous to save a few dollars where ever possible. Here are ten creative decor ideas that won't break the bank.
I love before and afters. They might be one of my favorite things to look at just to see the differences a little or a lot of work can make. I'm currently into bathrooms, but know that I can't break the bank when it comes to a makeover. Here are 7 before and afters that didn't wear out any wallets!
It's important to invest in quality cleaning products. But what if you're on a budget? From powerhouse sprays to natural mixtures, here are 15 cleaning products we love (that work!) under $30!
We're in the throes of our own personal kitchen makeover (more on that later), so my makeover-o-meter is operating on full power: everywhere I turn, spectacular makeovers of all kinds are waving their hands and shouting my name! The inspiration is almost overwhelming, which is why I stopped dead in my tracks when I spied this $50 kitchen makeover. Yes, folks, FIFTY DOLLARS.
Bring a little schoolhouse charm to your decor with this inexpensive and simple wall art idea!
Holly of the Almost 40 Year Old Intern writes, " I am in the midst of a career change, going from being a movie marketing execto starting over as an interior design intern at 39." So, friends, you better believe Holly needs herself a fine home office. But, as a city dweller in Los Angeles, spare bedrooms or designated workspaces aren't always just available for the taking, so she got creative, and built and amazing office in her closet. It's not big, but it's so lively that no one would mind spending the day in there.
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Spring is the time for working on home improvement projects. If you're thinking about stocking up on supplies for an upcoming improvement, or are finally feeling empowered to attack that to-do list, consider these ideas to save when DIYing.
1. Big Box Vs. Small Stores
The reports are in, and grocery store prices are on the rise. Produce has skyrocketed, and grain products using wheat and corn have seen sharp increases.
But, as with most things, with a big of planning and creativity, you can do your best to feed your family with nutritious, healthful foods, and still meet your budget.
Don't have the cash to gut that iffy bathroom? Take some hints from The Painted Home, which, according to my very quick tally, came to about $300 bucks. For economy AND style, the after
This lilac-hued dining room was lacking personality and a defined style, but with a few key furniture swaps and a bucket of paint, it's now a perfect reflection of the homeowner's modern taste!
Have you heard about TLC's, "Extreme Couponing?" If not, here's a thumbnail: Savvy shoppers use coupons and loyalty cards to save hundreds of dollars on a single trip to the grocery store. Sounds like a great idea at first blush, but becoming an extreme couponer can unbelievably time consuming, and then there's the possibility of crossing the line to becoming an all-out hoarder. (When you reach that point, there's always "Hoarders".) But I digress. If you'd like to become an extreme coupon-er, check out these tips from consumer savings expert, Andrea Woroch. From getting started, to organization, to avoiding 'hoarderland', she has
There are a million different cleaning products on the market all vying for a spot in your supply closet, not to mention a chunk of your budget. But before you bring home the next new wonder spray, consider these three money-saving cleaning must-haves: they're widely available, kid and pet friendly, and cheap, cheap, cheap!
Are you proud of the fact that you never pay full price for anything? Does getting a great deal make you a little giddy? If you've answered 'yes' to either of these questions, you might want to consider going shopping this fall for some of the
Years ago, I saw a technique on a television show in which a homeowner used ripped paper bags as a floor covering. I remember looking for examples on-line but couldn't find any, until now. Gwynne and Michael used such a technique to cover