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Whether you live in a small apartment or in your very first home, you want to make it feel like it's truly yours. Luckily, even if you're on a tight budget, you can create a homey space that matches your personality and style.
Plants are a terrific and affordable way to add color and style to your living room, and they can even help cleanse your home and make the air fresher. If you don’t have a green thumb, even cacti will add a bit of style.
Your books aren’t just a hobby—they can also work great as living room décor. Purchase a bookshelf that matches the rest of your furniture and organize your books based on color or some other theme you like. If you have particular favorites, display them with the cover facing forward or put them on the coffee table for visitors to flip through.
Your furniture can be cute and functional. Look for vintage or otherwise unique pieces at thrift stores and yard sales, both of which often offer steep discounts. If you’re crafty, you can even reupholster them. Search for pieces that are multi-use, such as a bench that opens up and has storage on the inside.
Using one bright or jewel-toned color against one or two neutral colors makes it easier for you to rearrange things as you’d like and can often be more affordable than trying to find items in several different colors. Some favorites include teal and white or deep purple against shades of gray.
Every living room needs a statement piece. A set of 16x16 canvas prints or mini-mounted wall art from Shutterfly will work well whether you hang them horizontally above your couch or vertically beside a door. You could also print and frame something you’ve created yourself, a photograph of someone you love or your favorite piece of art.