6 Ways to Make Your Furniture Look More Expensive Than It Is
These quick fixes prove you don't have to spend a fortune to add serious wow factor to your home.
The Technique That Has Come a Long Way Since Paper Cutouts
Give an old chair a facelift with the craft-closet staple—Mod Podge. This time around, skip the magazine clippings and pick a piece of fabric to cover the surface of your chair. Then it's as easy as cutting, gluing and sealing the fabric with a coat of polyurethane. Interior designer Emily Henderson
has one project that can serve as inspiration: Her white plastic chair was draped in an abstract print to liven up her office space. (For the best results, she explains, choose a chair that's relatively flat and doesn't have arms to avoid bumpy fabric and air bubbles.)