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3 Decor Hacks Yuppies Should Know For Non-Dorm Homes

No need to spend big money with these ideas!

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You're finally done with college, leaving your dorm—no more shared bathrooms, dirty mini-fridges, squeaky bunk beds and lawn chairs as dining seats—and excited to move into your first grown-up apartment. 

After planning your layout and investing in the basics, it's time to work on the décor—you want your private space to make a statement about who you are. Make sure to fill your home with things that you love and remember that part of the fun is furnishing it slowly piece by piece. 

If you're not ready to spend good money just yet, here are some decor tricks you can do to keep your space looking A+!  

Main photos from: Rilane and A Beautiful Mess.

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