Budget Home Designers Greenwich CT

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V.W. Interiors
(203) 637-3348
Greenwich, CT

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Connie Beale
(203) 661-6003
125 E Putnam Ave. Greenwich
Greenwich, CT
 
Connie Beale
(203) 661-6003
125 E Putnam Ave.
Greenwich, CT
 
Barclay Fryery
(203) 862-9662
271 Greenwich Ave. Greenwich
Greenwich, CT
 
Ken Deck Interior Design
(203) 637-0054
199 Sound Beach Ave. Old Greenwich
Old Greenwich, CT
 
Linda Ruderman
(203) 552-9700
19 East Elm Street
Greenwich, CT
Specialties
Residential,Commercial

Elaine Mandell Commercial Design
(203) 625-2616
101 Lewis St. #K Greenwich
Greenwich, CT
 
Barclay Fryery
(203) 862-9662
271 Greenwich Ave.
Greenwich, CT
 
Elaine Mandell Commercial Design
(203) 625-2616
101 Lewis St. #K
Greenwich, CT
 
Construction Concepts Corp
(203) 325-8102
87 Brookhollow Ln. Stamford
Stamford, CT
 
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Priceless Design

by Family Features on July 27, 2009

in You Can Do It!

If you have big design dreams but are working with a small budget, no fear – you don’t have to sacrifice style. Try these budget-friendly decorating tips from designer and contractor Amy Matthews of DIY Network’s “Sweat Equity” and “Bathroom Renovations.”

Give your kitchen an instant and inexpensive make over simply by replacing outdated fixtures such as faucets, lighting and hardware. You can also add a tile backsplash or under-cabinet lights to really dress up your kitchen.

Before you commit to a paint color, buy samples and try them out on the wall. See how the color looks during the day, at night and under various types of lighting. Also, be sure to have painter’s tape on hand, such as Scotch-Blue Painter’s Tape for Delicate Surfaces. Whether you’re painting one accent wall or tackling the whole house, masking trim, baseboards, and other areas with painter’s tape lets you avoid a mess and achieve clean, sharp paint lines.

Add one special piece in the living room that makes a great conversation starter. This could be a lighting fixture, a piece of furniture or a unique rug — something signature to your style. You can find great pieces by shopping at designer sales and discount showrooms, or uncover treasures in your own house. Rummage through the attic or basement to rediscover pictures, vases or your grandmother’s antique chest. You’ll be s...

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