Now for the cost breakdown of everything in the room that I didn’t already own.
As you can see, it could be done on less if you have some things around the house you’re already able to use. For me, the biggest update was the paint for the walls and ceiling as well as the new fan and light-switch.
I heard somewhere that every room in your house should have something old, something new, and something green so that’s what I keep in mind when I decorate.
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