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Kim Myles shows some creative decorative ideas that cost less than $25.
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Kim Myles: Hey everybody! You know I always get so excited when there is a design solution that it doesn’t cost too much. I feel like that’s kind of the holy glare on the designs coming up with the great look it doesn’t break the things. And the perfect example I make on this approach is DCRV 90, kind you guys seen this bathroom for. Take a look at this, it is vinyl tiles that have been cut into stone shapes and then laid into that bathroom floor like a stone mosaic. I feel like this is the great solution, it’s so creative, it’s really costume and it’s really inexpensive so they got everything that we want and achieving the great look. Michelle also created the look of the metal backsplash and now she did it she use adhesive paper. I love this because you could really customize this idea for yourself so easily adhesive paper comes in a million of colors, textures, patterns so you could pick to look that really works for you and then look at her final result I mean I it’s amazing, I think that if you didn’t know you would think that is beautiful backsplash that was really expensive, she sold the look, she save some money at all. Now personally speaking I have use almost embarrassingly inexpensive ideas to pull off great look in people states. Sean and Cathy perfect example, I have a blank wall that I wanted to create some visual interest on so I painted paint inexpensive a hard with pattern, this is a diamond pattern I got a little relief out of it by masking off and hitting it with coat of kind of high shine clear paint from giving to dimension and then here is the money bristle tusk and sudden the entire thing with brush compact that’s the blend, that’s the excitement it could not have them sometime. Here is the tip you guys, it’s basics supplies, contacts, wood dulls I mean it doesn’t get simply in that so you are going to really, really basic but your getting with a lot of milestone. Another great example Tim and Larry, Tim and Larry has this huge space. They have a gigantic empty wall, I needed to come up with some kind of our treatment that was going to take up square footage but also be relatively inexpensive. So I came up with kind of the gold heart project. Here is the thing goldly 24 karat gold it’s expensive so what I did is I substitute it gold plate super chip, super simple giving you the same high look I accomplish the same goals and it doesn’t cost too much. Just repeating that foil over and over and over made at work. Now, here’s one of the keys it’s all about repetition if you have a simple item, a simple look and repeat it over and over you are transcending the some of it’s part okay so no excuses not to attack some of the projects that you’ve been looking at and that kind of sitting in the back of your mind. You know what I mean? Get creative seriously, everything we just discuss, 25 bucks or less and it doesn’t get better than that.
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