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Styling on a Budget: 4 Designer Tips to Try Today

Give your home an upgrade with these expert tips from Interior Designer Catherine Cena

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Photography: Marc Jao (Main Photo)

Have you always wanted to give your home a new look but scared about the costs? You are not alone! Most of us think that to be able to improve our space, we need to spend a lot of cash. Consider these must-dos: rearranging furniture, adding small decor pieces, recycling old pieces—these activities can help update your home without burning a hole in your pocket.

To help you work around your budget, interior designer Catherine Cena shares a few tips that you can do to achieve a new feel for your space while spending less. Be inspired by these four styling tricks:

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