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Fake a Custom Feature Wall
These six thrifty tips will help you spruce up your home without spending a bundle.
Our first money saving idea shares how you can fake a custom stenciled feature wall without using a lick of paint.Continue to 2 of 6 below.
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Fake a Subway Tile Backsplash
You call that blank wall above your kitchen countertop a backsplash? Pishposh! This DIY shares how you can fake a beautiful white subway tile backsplash for a fraction of what the real thing costs.
Got an old formica backsplash you're dying to update but can't paint? Check out a peel and stick idea.Continue to 4 of 6 below.
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Fake a Built-in Storage Wall
Built-in storage solutions like this modular wall tile system or this transforming room divider cost a small fortune to build and install. However, you can whip up this faux built-in cheaply and quickly using crates that you stack vertically against a wall.
You can try another smart vertical storage solution that's also inexpensive.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Fake Expensive Mood Lighting
Nothing sets the mood at home like layered lighting. But elegant lamps that cast a warm glow can get pricey. This DIY reveals how you can create a faux lamp that produces gorgeous ambient light.
Find another lighting idea that uses a POM bottle to create a mid-century inspired pendant lamp.Continue to 6 of 6 below.
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Fake a Holiday Mantel
The holiday season may be months and months away, but if your small space lacks a fireplace this post has several ideas worth saving. It explains three ways you can fake a seasonal mantel. Our favorite faux option uses a chalkboard, but it requires good drawing skills to create.
The other two ideas anyone can make. Need a place to hang your Christmas stockings? Try a branch DIY. Got a shelf you can spare? Transform it into a dazzling holiday display. Check out instructions for all three ideas.