It’s our Dollars & Sense issue! See inside beautiful homes that really stretch the dollar, learn how to make your rooms work harder, and find affordable alternatives to those luxe products you’ve been eyeing.
11 July 2017
Some of the positive things that come out of a tough economy are that it encourages people to spend wisely, and to make more considered choices.
When it comes to home renovation, interior designers and homeowners are approaching the task with greater creativity and resourcefulness. And so, our Budget Issue is not about living cheaply. Rather, it’s about clever ways to live well and comfortably in beautiful homes, while keeping within budget. It’s also about finding inspiring solutions and affordable alternatives to make a house a home.
Inside this magazine, we feature four stunning homes with tips from the owners on how they’ve created great style while being wise with their budgets. We also present ideas for living with less in minimalist spaces.
When it comes to shopping, more and more homeowners are heading online thanks to the competitive prices and convenience offered by e-stores We discuss the perks and the flip side, and also present some great finds we’ve found on the net.
The ideas for owning a stylish home for less doesn’t stop there. We show you ways to create multipurpose rooms that ‘work harder for you’ (living room slash guest room anyone?). We also present products that offer a luxurious look for less – think laminates that mimic the look of marble or stone, for example.
These and more stories can be found in our latest issue. Enjoy!
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