Peel-and-stick wallpaper comes off simply; traditional wallpaper will last longer, however it’s more durable to take away. Add art. “I am a giant fan of vintage,” says Cheryl Luckett, designer and proprietor of Dwell by Cheryl in Charlotte. “If I had $100 on a Saturday, I may do plenty of injury in an vintage mall.” Vintage art at thrift or vintage stores typically comes with frames, saving you most of the price of a new piece of artwork. A small piece may work in a powder room that doesn’t have plenty of wall house. Go room by room and make a listing of the place you want a side table, chair or some new paint, and notice what needs to be repaired. Otherwise, it’s easy to wander through stores’ home sections and get overstimulated and overwhelmed — and to come back home with extra muddle.
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