Decorating a room doesn't have to be expensive. In fact, you can decorate on practically zero budget. Check out my office and creative space that I decorated from almost all free and upcycled items.
I have two examples of fabric transfers. One on a cabinet I refurbished and added a drop cloth with a graphic for a curtain. The other was a project I did for a client. She wanted four words that were character traits her boys would develop. There are endless options and ideas for graphic transfers to fabric.
You will need a TONER based ink printer. I email my images to my local print shop. You want to make sure they are printed in MIRROR image. They will read correctly when you have transferred the image.
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Pick up a cheap TV stand or cart from a thrift store or garage sale. Add wheels if necessary, an inexpensive galvanzed bucket and some MDF and you are on your way to a custom Drink and Snack Station!
I found this sewing table at a thrift store for about $15. I knew it had potential, but it took 2 years for me to finally figure it out! Small wood planks I had found at a dumpster would be perfect as a rustic top when stained and secured to the table.
Reader favorite posts of 2013. My Best Upcycled Dumpster Rescues, Painting techniques, how-to's to upcycle things left for junk and much more. Check out how to make a beautiful home on practically no budget with my DIY Year in Review http://www.redouxinteriors.com/2013/12/the-redoux-stars-of-2013-a-year-in-review/
Tired of the pile of shoes by front door or bottom of stairs? I used a large industrial sized drawer I found for free. Added wheels, painted it, instant under bench or sofa shoe storage! http://www.redouxinteriors.com/2013/11/drawer-turned-shoe-storage/