How to decorate your home without the big bucks
By JAMES D. KLEINEN, Associated PressA new look at the old and the new at home decor.
This year’s issue of The Wall Street Journal, with the help of The National Association of Home Builders, offers a snapshot of home décor trends and offers tips on how to make it your own.
It includes an in-depth look at a variety of home decor items from the 1930s to the present.
Here are some of the key takeaways: The decor trend has become so widespread that many people who don’t have any particular fondness for home decor, or don’t like to decorates their homes, have bought a number of items, such as a large painting of a fireplace, a fireplace mantel, a wooden table, and a large wall mural.
This is not a new trend, but it is also not an entirely new one.
People were spending money to decor the houses they lived in in the 1930, ’40s and ’50s.
People were buying large pieces of art, which was expensive and was a way to bring their children into the world.
But in the last 50 years, the trend has declined dramatically, as home buyers have largely stopped decorating their homes.
The main reason for this is that many of the items people are buying have become outdated and are becoming a lot less aesthetically pleasing, according to Matt Ritter, a senior adviser with the Association of Independent Home BuildERS.
“We have a lot of people who buy a lot more items than they used to,” Ritter said.
You can also get rid of clutter by putting your home on the market and by using your home as a rental, Ritter added.
It’s also possible to decorating your home in a way that doesn’t require the use of large, expensive pieces of furniture, but you still need to have a good sense of style.
One of the most popular decor trends is the large-format painting, where people buy large canvases of paintings.
In addition to art, many people also buy smaller pieces of home decoration, such a wall mural, a tree or a large, colorful piece of furniture.
As you may know, furniture is not necessarily a source of inspiration for the home decor trend, Ritters said.
“Furniture is just a piece of art and you don’t necessarily want to put it in your living room,” he said.