Does your kitchen need help? These DIY improvements are frugal, foolproof, and we have to admit — just plain fun!
Add these fun, frugal trimmings to your tree — without trimming your savings account.
From strange smells to wacky wiring, you shouldn't ignore these house-hunting red flags. Read on for 10 more.
Wondering what to do with that old crib or changing table? It could become a stunning addition to a kitchen or dining room!
Got a bunch of empties sitting in the recycle bin? You can turn that trash into treasure!
Give your outdoor living space a little low-cost love this summer. No trips to the home and garden store required.
Get all the comfort, charm, and style you deserve in your rented space without the risk of losing your security deposit. It doesn't cost a lot, either!
Skip the membership and save a ton on your fitness regimen. These home gym pump-ups will have you excited to get your sweat on.
Make the holidays work for you! A seasonal side hustle can help pad your pockets. Try one of these gigs.
Add some pizazz (and property value) to your home without breaking the bank. All you need is $20 and a few hours to yourself.
Forget the stuffy wallpaper at your great aunt's house — these trendy wallpaper projects are super stylish. How will you put wallpaper to creative use?
Get inspiration on how to decorate on a budget and get the most out of your space and furniture.
For some DIY beauty treatment, pest control, cleaning, or decorating — check the pantry. These delicious foods serve double duty.
Upgrade a drab apartment with some clever, frugal design ideas that won't leave a mark, so you can leave with your deposit.
Sprucing up your furniture and your space doesn't have to be expensive — or difficult. Here's how update your old stuff for cheap!
You don't have to be a crafting superhero to dress up a room — you only need the desire to DIY and this collection of great-looking hacks.
Today we found some fantastic articles on home decorating ideas on a budget, personal finance advice for college students, and summertime tax moves.
If you have an excess of pine cones (or can get some), we have five festive decorating projects you can do on a dime.
This year, keep your holiday decorating and gift-wrapping low-cost and fun.
Suggestions for holiday decorating: Be frugal. Be classy. Don't put a giant animatronic Santa in your living room because seriously, it's kind of scary.
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