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INTERIOR DESIGN: How to Make Your Home Look Expensive On A Budget

Who else needs a few budget friendly decorating tips?! I had fun looking around our place and identifying the different things I did to make our apartment look and feel like a beautiful home we loved living in – on a budget of course!

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INTERIOR DESIGN: How to Make Your Home Look Expensive On A Budget


  1. thank you!! ive been looking for a video just like this and yours is definitely the one with things i DIDNT know and i appreciate if you ever have anymore tips, do share. doesnt matter if it sounds repetitive but maybe do an update on it each year as things change

  2. If you buy from a Goodwill, thrift store, or garage sale mk sure you pray over the items, because "objects" can also hold spirits! And good place to pick up bed bugs hiding in such items. I like the book idea, but old books hold lots of dust mites, so be careful to rub the pages with a semi dried out diaper-wipe or something. Just so you don't wet r damage the pages . Happy hunting for special pieces n decorating every one 🍁

  3. Oh god. I hate it when cousin daughter came to my house. God. Everything is so messy. We made rules, To not take ANYTHING out . I mean like. I LOST my handwrist because of THEM. They like to take stuff. And DONT put it BACK. Rule 1 : Clean after done. They dont follow the rules.

  4. I see plenty of wasted space here, and silly suggestions. TV stands don't look tacky, they look practical – and who even looks at them? Having a TV on a wall can be practical if you have a lot of people living in one property, but you're craning your neck to look up at it, it's a long way away, and you're not getting the benefit of HDTV or 4K picture quality. L-shaped sofas aren't necessary or ideal for most families, and they would get a better view of the TV (because it'd be closer) if they had it on a large, strong coffee or coffee/utility table. You'd also have all your remotes, consoles and game controllers within easy reach, and be able to appreciate what you're watching. Wall mounted TVs are for hotels and care homes. You don't buy Game of Thrones on Blu Ray, or God of War on PS4 to squint at it from 12 feet away.

  5. My wife’s mother came to live with us at one time. Turns out she was a hoarder. Our beautiful home turned into a cluttered mess in a years time. I wound up leaving her over it because she refused to have her mom leave. Sad. I wished I was married to this woman.


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