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Trending on Remodelista: Style on a Budget

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Trending on Remodelista: Style on a Budget

September 19, 2014

Sometimes our eyes are bigger than our pocketbooks. It’s easy to remodel if you have a million dollars to spend. But when you don’t? This week Remodelista’s editors came up with 101 ways to create style on a budget. Here were our favorite ideas:

Above: Margot discovers the next hot NY neighborhood, and guess what? It’s not in Brooklyn. And you don’t need to throw a lot of money at the problem to create a beautiful home there. See more in House Call: Living with Vintage Finds in Queens.

Above: We’re dying to update our rooms, but the year-end budget will not stretch to include construction. So we were thrilled to read about these 11 Zero-Cost Room-Changing Ideas. (We’ll be doing No. 3 and No. 7 this weekend.)

Above: We can’t get enough of Remodelista’s inventive weekly DIYs. Justine has cleverly found bits of twine washed ashore–and repurposed them into pot holders, trivets, and more. True.

Above: We know what we’re getting Julie for her birthday: Classic Wooden Clothespins Made in the USA. Oh, and a clothesline for her backyard. Because we know 7 Life-Changing Reasons to Dry Laundry Outdoors.

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