Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Ideas Under $100

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Better Homes and Gardens, 2003 - House & Home - 128 pages
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Great style does not require an over-the-top budget. With a little ingenuity, basic skills, and use of supplies from crafts and home improvement stores, you can achieve custom looks at bargain prices. "Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Ideas Under $100" offers a wealth of informationa101 creative projects with complete materials lists and detailed step-by-step instructions. Inspiring photographs illustrate how finished projects fit into room settings. The first chapter focuses on walls, floors, and other surfaces punched up with paint finishes, wallpaper, stock molding, stenciling, stamping, and decoupage. Another chapter reveals the secrets of dressing up furniture, even garage sale finds, with slipcovers, upholstery, and trim. Freshening up the bed and bath is a breeze with color, unusual headboards, painted linens, and ribbon-trimmed towels. The second half of "Decorating Ideas Under $100" delves into details that make a difference, from one-of-a-kind pillows and lampshades to window treatments that give plain panels a lot of personality. Style also goes outdoors with projects for perking up patios and decks.

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