Low-Cost = High-End.

The New York Times style and Home sections used to be delivered to my home. I now access pretty much everything online (except for the other surviving home design mags that fill my mailbox each week). And I love it when I come across a quick read for a quick fix. In this case, a bit more luxurious. The NYT Home & Garden section recently ran an On the Cheap article for low cost interior design. Its a great resource and will save you so many Benjamins. Read it here.

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1 Response to “Low-Cost = High-End.”


  1. 1 Cindy 04/29/2009 at 11:10 pm

    Hi Megan,
    I just spent a considerable amount of time nosing around your blog. My blog is looking for new friends. I’ve been going on ad nauseum about how good design isn’t about money…but really, your suggestions for lower cost but cool things may cause me to get over myself and get real…
    I’ll be visiting your site often..
    Thanks
    Cindy


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