We’ve all been there – decorating is expensive. But with the right resources, there are ways to make it less so. In this series, I will attempt to show you how items similar in style can be wildly different in price. Sometimes it’s worth the splurge and sometimes, it’s worth digging to find a nice equivalent. – Gabrielle, Savvy Home
Christmas has come and gone and I’m sure most of us are in the same boat: we just want to disconnect and spend a week doing absolutely nothing. And by nothing I mean take long afternoon naps, read a book, sip on hot chocolate and roast marshmallows in the fireplace.
If I had a choice, this lakeside cabin is where I would disappear for a week: no phone, no laptop, no TV, not even my trusted shelter mags. Just me, a few friends, a good book, lots of wine, and ready-made food (or a chef!) I feel like if I had a lakeside cabin of my own, this is how I would want to decorate it: very simple wooden vintage furniture, comfortable seating, minimal colors, wainscotted walls and whitewashed floors.
Where would you splurge and where would you save?
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