Decorate for the holidays without breaking the bank with roller shades

Nov 30 2010

Decorate for the holidays without breaking the bank with roller shades
Decorate for the holidays without breaking the bank with roller shades
Many homeowners can make the mistake of getting so caught up in decorating for the holidays that when it comes time to shop for gifts, they find that they have little money left to spend. However, by following a few simple tips, individuals can save for presents while having a stylish abode.

First of all, one should try to use whatever items that are available. One can even try and get creative - try using old soup cans as tin lanterns by poking holes in them and setting a tea light inside.

One may also want to create a soft, inviting glow through the use of lighting. This is a cost-effective way to change the whole look of a room, particularly if lamps are set up in corners.

It's also important to remember not to get too excited during the decoration process. Stick to only a few colors and keep one of them neutral, so no room is overwhelmed with festive touches. Simple and elegant can beat a cluttered, colorful room any day.

Fabric window treatments can also be affordable ways to add a creative flourish to any space. Roller shades can be drawn all the way down in a room, so that they can complement any theme.
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