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4 Ways to Furnish Your Space on A Budget

Reuse, recycle, and work with the basics

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Original Article: Katherine Lopez Photography: The Pillow Collection and Rebecca Judd Loves (Main Photos)

Furnishing a new or recently renovated home is always an exciting chapter. While you’d love to splurge on luxe pieces or fill the space with furniture and accessories in one go, you need to take into consideration the budget you’re working with.

Remember, it’s better to take your time than buy things in bulk. This allows you to plan your purchases and create a more streamlined look for your space. Interior designer and Real Living editorial assistant Paula de Guzman shares these additional tips:

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