Frugality is the new art in the home.
In the past, we had to shop around and find items that fit our budget, and there was a whole bunch of things to choose from.
But now, with more and more people moving into apartments, there is a new breed of housewares that you can afford and still be able to impress your friends.
Here’s a rundown of some of the most popular options.
Pants, Sweaters and Jackets: It’s hard to find cheap, comfortable, stylish clothing for the whole family, so we’re not going to go into too much detail here.
The problem is, you’re probably looking for a pair of pants, a sweater, a pair or three of shoes, a hat, a scarf, a belt, a vest or a hoodie, right?
But if you’re like us, you want the best of both worlds.
We know that the best-fitting pants, sweaters and jackets for your lifestyle can’t be found for less than $200.
And you’ll still want to wear the right clothes for the job at hand, so you can dress up the home to the max.
Cushion Sticks: We know cushions are a great way to keep your home cool, but they’re also great for storing all those other essentials you’ll need to survive the winter.
But they’re more than just a cushion.
They’re great for protecting your body, as well.
You can stack them on top of each other, or place them in a drawer, closet or in a cabinet.
If you’re looking for something a little more practical, there’s also a cushion stick called the Cool Stick.
You’ll find them at Home Depot, Target, Lowe’s, Home Depot and a few other hardware stores.
Woolen Cordage: Woolen cord is a durable, versatile material that can withstand all the weather and keep you warm during the colder months.
Most of us would love to keep our cords as long as possible, but we’ll often find ourselves buying new ones, so it’s important to check with your local home store to make sure you can keep the same style.
And don’t forget to pick up some extra fleece or fleece lining to make the life of the home a little bit easier.