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    25 Things From Lowe's That’ll Make Your Home Look Professionally Redecorated Without The Bill

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    1. A set of marble peel-and-stick tiles that'll make guests think you forked over a ton of cash to have your kitchen totally redone. And yes, the tiles are made of real stone, with peel-off backing!

    2. A white six-shelf bookcase for faking built-ins. Place a few of these side by side to build a home library in a single afternoon. And for bonus design points, arrange all your books in rainbow order.

    the white bookshelf

    3. A chic mid-century TV stand to replace your old one (you know, the one you inherited from your older sibling when you moved into your first apartment). Since your TV tends to be a major focal point in your living room, making the space below it look as polished as possible can totally change up the vibe of your space.

    brown

    4. A rustic-industrial floating shelf with shelves and hooks that basically make it a mini-mudroom. Think of how much tidier and well-styled your entryway will look when there aren't coats and scarves tossed everywhere. And you don't even have to buy a big, cumbersome hall tree!

    the wood and metal wall shelf

    5. A modern ceiling light/fan with a crystal glass bowl, for anybody whose old, wonky ceiling fan is dating their home. A simple switch and voila — your living room will look straight out of HGTV. Plus, it's remote controlled, so no need to mess with any old-school pull cords.

    the ceiling fan in a living room

    6. An antique-inspired area rug because it'll make your living room look styled. Just unroll it and instantly cultivate a warm and cozy vibe.

    7. A Roman shade to dress up your windows if they're looking a little bare, or if those Venetian blinds that came with your place just aren't doing it for you. You'll be shocked at the impact that just a window treatment can have on a space! Plus, they're cordless, so you don't have to worry about kids or fur-babies becoming tangled.

    8. An adjustable heavy-duty plastic shelving unit because it'll hold all the clutter that's making your home feel crowded and unstylish. Toss all the seasonal items and other things you're not currently using into plastic bins and store them on this in your garage or basement (it can handle up to 200 pounds of goods!). Out of sight, out of (design) mind.

    the black and yellow 5-shelf organizer

    9. A mid-century-inspired tufted square-arm sofa to replace the old, saggy one your cat has scratched up. All your throw pillows will look amazing tossed on this retro-inspired beauty!

    10. A patterned water-resistant peel-and-stick vinyl floor tile so you can cover up your old, boring bathroom floor, and fool people into thinking Jonathan Adler himself designed your bathroom.

    11. A floral curtain panel for layering over your blinds, to really add some flair to your space. If you want the designer look, layering is the way to get it. Plus, these curtains are blackout, so they're practical, too.

    12. A glam glass-top hexagonal coffee table so you can fool guests into thinking they just walked into the poshest lounge in town. Because of its size, you could also use this gold-toned piece as an end table or entryway accent table.

    13. A TV mount for anybody who's short on floor space but still wants to create a posh home theater. Plus, this will help hide unsightly cords and cables, to give you some of those clean lines all the home decor blogs are always raving about.

    14. An over-the-toilet storage cabinet with a cabinet, so your Costco-sized toilet paper bounty won't have to be on full display.

    the white over-the-toilet storage

    15. A splay-legged MCM nightstand that'll hold all your bedtime essentials and look great, too. With two drawers to hold all your lotions and potions, an open shelf for your TBR book pile, and enough surface space for a lamp and a glass of water, any designer would be proud of you for adding this to your bedroom.

    drifted gray laminate nightstand

    16. A 100% cotton, boho Justina Blakeney quilt set for anybody who wants to ditch their old once-white, now-gray duvet. This quilt set is perfect for adding some patterned punch to your bedroom design scheme, without overpowering your existing decor.

    the black, white, and yellow quilt set

    17. A rustic-industrial ladder desk with two shelves because let's face it, that folding table you use as a desk is hardly designer-approved. And while there's no science to back it up, I have a hunch that having a desk you love will make work at least 30% more fun. At the very least, it'll make your office set-up way more profesh.

    the desk

    18. A unique hammered-glass shade table lamp that'll have everyone who visits wondering which high-end boutique you got it from.

    the uplamp in a living room

    19. A set of faux wood blinds because they'll block out any unwanted light and modernize your windows, even if they're ancient, giving them a little more pizzazz than flimsier blinds. Plus, they come in more than 100 sizes, so you can find the right fit.

    20. A linen drum lampshade for any lamps that you love, but that have shades that are looking worse for wear. With the right shade, any lamp can look brand-new.

    the white linen lampshade

    21. A bold, industrial-contemporary wood and metal dining room table because even though dinner on the couch is great, having a dedicated dining space will make your home look so much more put-together.

    22. A set of four MCM-inspired wood dining room chairs with upholstered seats, so you can get the vintage look without having to spend every weekend in thrift stores for the foreseeable future.

    the four chairs

    23. A pair of classic ginger jar lamps with cotton drum shades, because they'll look like family heirlooms from a particularly decor-savvy great aunt.

    the blue and white lamps and shades

    24. A roll of abstractly patterned peel-and-stick wallpaper so you can achieve a high-end wallpapered look without spending all your coins or time installing it.

    the wallpaper

    25. A gallon of Valspar paint and primer because Barbie's back! Sure, it's a bold choice but that's what makes it so great.

    the Cosmic Pink paint in a living room

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