5 Ways to Spruce up Your Dining Room on a Budget

| June 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Is your dining room looking a little drab? Spruce it up without spending a fortune, using some of these budget-friendly additions:

Decorate Your Dining Room on a Budget

Cloth Napkins: Compliment your décor with a hint of elegance by adding simple linen napkins. Make a statement with patterned or boldly colored napkins. Consider napkin origami for something fun and different!

Napkin Rings: Grab some ribbon or string and tie it around the napkin for an easy napkin ring for a fraction of the cost. Embellish to create your own style.

Candles: Create a special ambiance – enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner or fill your home with great scents using this budget friendly addition.

Picture Frames: Create a gallery wall or hang a shelf to display photos of your family and friends.

Flowers & Fruit: Incorporate freshly cut flowers in your favorite vase onto your dining table or hang them in mason jars beside the window for a charming look. Adding a small bushel of lemons and limes are also an easy way to brighten up a room for little cost. Tip – grate and dry lemon or lime rinds for a natural air freshener.

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Category: Decorating, Entertaining, & Dining

About Hyon Cho: Hello! I’m Jiney, a Social Media Coordinator for ForRent.com since January 2013 as well as a renter for the past few years. I want to provide you with interesting and useful articles that will help make your apartment life experience a lot better. When I’m not at work writing blogs or social media updates, you can assume I’m within 10 ft of a computer surfing the Internet for funny clips and music on YouTube, watching streams, or shopping online!

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