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Rebecca shows you how to decorate with style on a budget using IKEA furniture.
Paint colors are carefully selected and placement is well thought out to maximize the space visually. Bold color on the walls, even in a temporary space like a rented apartment can make all the difference in the world! Use of inexpensive art pieces along with colorful books and accessories can liven up a tiny space and add warmth and personality to your home. Mirrors on cabinets can make them "go away" visually and carefully chosen furniture pieces can add much needed storage in a tiny apartment.
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