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(Fresno, CA) Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, in the book Apartment Therapy 8-Week Home Cure, states individuals should budget the equivalent of eight to nine percent of their monthly mortgage payment for home decor purposes. For example, a person with a $2,000 monthly mortgage payment should be setting aside anywhere from $160 to $180 for home decor. Individuals often wonder what they can do with this amount, as a new couch or side table typically costs more than this. Excellent Accents (www.excellentaccents.com) offers the answer to this in the form of home furnishings that update the look of the room without breaking the buyer’s budget.
Whether a person chooses to add an umbrella stand to their foyer decor, or opts to incorporate a decorative brass planter in the living room, a new accent piece quickly brightens up the look of a room. Thanks to our low prices, individuals often find they
can purchase multiple items and still stay within the recommended guidelines. “In fact, they may be able to purchase all new accessories for a room and remain within this budget,” Eric Wilson, spokesperson for Excellent Accents explains.
One thing Gillingham-Ryan does caution against in the book, however, is not to buy pieces simply because they are a good deal. It’s best to buy those pieces that truly bring joy to the inhabitants and add to the overall appeal of the room. This is referred to as purposeful home spending and is something every buyer needs to remember, not simply with home decor purchases, but with every purchase they make.
An individual who wishes to increase the aesthetics of their foyer should think about incorporating a unique brass or ceramic umbrella stand. Elegant umbrella stands, large
brass planters, and large copper planters are other items found at