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Repurposing Home Decor

Repurposing Home Decor

Do you have a ton of old decor items? Are you eager to give your home a new look, but don't know what to do with your existing decor? Our Thrifty Thursday this week encourages you not to toss them out, but repurpose your home decor! Look for ways to upcycle them instead of throwing them out to buy new. 

According to Household Quotes, the average American spends $744.44 per year on home decor. If you simply cannot fathom that cost each year, below are 210 ideas from a few Pinterest sources to find some excellent repurposing ideas for your home!

Redecorating doesn't have to cost a ton if you're willing to get a little thrifty! Be sure to follow us here at Creditsoup.com or on social for more money saving tips! 

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