It does not matter whether your roommate and you are best friends or a stranger you got from craigslist, decorating with two different personalities can be a challenge. This will take a lot of compromise, decisions, and sacrifice. Do not get frustrated. While this is a challenge, it is achievable!

  • Find your middle ground: Before you start anything, or even purchase anything, sit down with your roommate and begin a plan. Begin brainstorming each other’s style; make a color palette, and maybe even a visual board on Pinterest! Eliminate the things you two dislike. You will both be living in the space, you do not want to hate the space. Be sure to consider the budget you are working with.
  • Pulling it together: If this is not your first apartment,…

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One left!! Built to future flood zone standards. Brand new 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom home with custom stone and stucco front, located on a quiet block. 2 story entry way, custom crown moldings, chair rail, oak floors throughout, cherry cabinets, granite countertops , stainless steel appliances, family room with fireplace, sliders to deep yard. Master bedroom with private bath and walk in closet. Cathedral ceilings on 2nd floor. Hot water baseboard heat, high efficiency hot water heater.

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Overcrowding is the worst decorating mistake to make in a small room! Whether you have one small room in your house, or your apartment, you are going to want the room to always feel spacious. Here is how you can achieve that:

  • Paint the ceilings: Make a bold statement by painting the ceiling! It will make the room look taller. Anything that draws your eyes upwards makes the room feel bigger. Just be sure to use light colors for the walls and flooring.
  • High up shelving: Do not like the ceiling paint idea? Try hanging shelves close to the ceiling. It will do the same thing as the painted ceiling and draw eyes upwards, making the room feel taller.
  • Use multi-purpose items: Buy a couch that turns into a bed, an ottoman with storage compartments, an…

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Redecorating your home can be pricey. Instead of just settling for something inexpensive that you feel lukewarm about, do the temporary replacement instead. Do-It-Yourself projects do not have to be limited to arts and crafts and homemade accessories. It can be a great way to brighten up your home! Use some of these DIY Home Decorating Projects around your house while you are saving up for the big projects!

  • Picture Frame Mosaic: You can buy cheap picture frames in different sizes and add any picture you want: favorite artwork, personal picture, or even posters! It is a good way to cover up an empty wall until you are certain on what you want to do with it.  
  • Paint your furniture: As has mentioned in a "Top Ten" feature, painting…

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