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Here are the top ten articles for the Budget Decor Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Decorating a Farm House
Farm house decor is popular all over the country, bringing warmth to city apartments and authenticity to farm houses and country cottages. Learn how to decorate a farm house today.
2. Repurpose a Little Red Wagon into a Coffee Table
If you have an old Radio Flyer wagon gathering dust, don't set it out with the trash. Instead, turn your little red wagon into a wonderfully quirky, one-of-a-kind coffee table for displaying your favorite small collectibles.
3. Southwestern Style Decorating
Southwestern decor is a warm, relaxed and inviting style that mixes beautifully with other rustic decors.
4. Where to Find Art for Your Home
Are you wondering where you can find art for your home without spending a lot of money? Itís not as difficult as you might think. Here are some of my favorite options.
5. Map Decorating Items
Map Themed Decorating Items
6. Decorating an Unfinished Basement
Do you have an unfinished basement in your home that you arenít using? Here are some ideas to help you make it an inviting and livable space right now.
7. Create a Spa-like Bathroom
Have you ever wished your bathroom had a more spa-like feel? A private sanctuary where you could retreat at the end of the day? Read these tips to help you do that without breaking the budget.
8. Decorating With Duct Tape
No longer is duct tape limited to steely gray. Now you can find this versatile tape in a rainbow of colors, a bevy of designs and a selection of widths. It's so easy to decorate with decorative duct tape -- just measure out what you need, snip the tape and press into place! Read on for 20 ideas.
9. Learn DIY Skills to Decorate Your Home
One of the easiest ways decorate on a budget is to do things yourself. Labor is the most expensive part of decorating, because you are paying for someone elseís skill and time. If you learn skills yourself, then youíll be able to tackle many projects on your own.
10. Flea Market Shopping
Flea market shopping is a cheap and easy way to fill your home with individual style and one-of-a-kind treasures.
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