Elevate your Ikea sideboard with a set of hairpin legs and a few brass strips.
Attach wooden panels to your buffet doors so you can get that ~rustic look~ and still afford to eat.
Slice a corner off the legs of your nightstand to give it an extra edge without taking a chunk out of your budget.
Use a Sharpie and straight edge to fancy up your floors without spending your life savings on a rug.
Build your own plant stand that looks just as good as one that would have totally blown your budget.
Hang copper tubing to get the curtain rods of your dreams without spending an arm and a leg.
Print a photo with a white border, then paint a frame to really think outside the box when it comes to accessorizing.
Glue a serving bowl to the underside of a planter so you aren't emptying your bank account for a tiny table.
Frame a mirror with herringbone fabric so your morning get-ready routine becomes even more fun.
Stick your stuff on this entryway stand made of wood and pipes so you can actually afford to have stuff to hang up.
Glue a few strands of beads to cardboard to decorate a mirror without spending as much as you would on jewelry.
Sew a few pieces of waterproof fabric together so your cash doesn't go poof after buying an outdoor pouf.
Make pillow covers out of drop cloth and gold leaf because there is simply no throw pillow worth the cost of actual gold.
Break out the black paint to add some art to your decor without breaking the bank.
Turn a pretty vase into an even prettier lamp that won't clear out your savings.
Stack some planks on a pipe frame to build a bookcase and display the items you actually wanted to splurge on.
And attach acrylic sheets to the sides of your floating shelves because you can see through a bad deal.