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slides: DESIGN LINE: 10 Ways To Freshen Up Your House On a Budget

Tuesday, February 05, 2013

 

Last week, I asked my Facebook following what they’d like to hear from me in this column. After all, I am writing this for all of you! The most popular response was from people who don’t have a lot to spend but want to make a big impact, so this week, I’m going to share my thoughts on that. I must also share that I am a big proponent of buying locally. Not all of this list subscribes to that mantra because many times that means paying more. But please consider that when you buy locally, you are indirectly affecting your own economy as well. Happy freshening!


 

 

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