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DESIGN HACK? $5 ART THAT LOOKS LIKE A MILLION BUCKS!

DESIGN HACK? $5 ART THAT LOOKS LIKE A MILLION BUCKS!

Here is a normal 4 step process for our clients:

Step 1. Buy a house. (YAY!)

Step 2. Buy furniture for said house. (FUN!)

Step 3. Buy things like a lawn mower, a snow blower and maybe a water softener.  (WAY LESS FUN!)

Step 4. Realize your budget for art and accessories is non existent.  (BOO!)

Oh, those poor walls.  They are usually the last thing to be thought about, but the right art can truly make a whole room!  Well, no worries.  We have a design hack to make your walls and wallet happy.  How do you feel about $5 art?  Purchase from the shops below and they will email you a high resolution image to print.  Easy enough?!

Hello Gorgeous Wall Art has a bit of everything, but we are in love with this photograph!  Most downloads are under $6.

We love the tranquility of water and this it works with most design styles.  Not digging blue?  Try the same option in black and white. OHFINALE shop has 217 downloads from $2-10.

Is modern art more your style?  Check out Paradigim Shop for some awesome options.  I love their hilarious quotes and prints too.  I don’t think there is a single option I don’t love.  Most options are around $6 and you can get 30% off if you buy multiple prints!

This is our favorite saying at Fox Homes and we love this print!  I Think You Ink has some great inspiration and hilarious quotes for $4.  Don’t love the options?  You can create your own quote!

Who doesn’t love baby animals?  We think they are the perfect fit for a nursery or kids room!  Lila+Lola has awesome downloads of baby animals and other stunning photography.  We figured the fox was a fitting example, but we love all of her animals!  The bunny front and back combo?  You’re killing us!  Most options are $6, but are currently 30% off!

All you need is a computer and a printer.  Seriously.

When it comes to framing, there are a millions of options!  Most people have a few unused frames hanging around.  Otherwise a trip to a Goodwill or a Target can be an inexpensive way to find a great frame. Maybe you’d like a more unique way to hang your art?  Stay tuned for another blog post about it coming up!

Published By: Heather Fox

Contact: Heather@FoxHomes.com

HI! WE ARE THE ISAACSON BROTHERS

HI! WE ARE THE ISAACSON BROTHERS

The Isaacson Brothers will make it their goal to build a long-lasting relationship with you through an exciting and unconventional process. With our tailored method to buying and selling in the Greater Minneapolis/St Paul area, your interests will always come first.

Meet Sam

Growing up in the Great State of Minnesota, I have a strong knowledge of the Twin Cities market. Combining an educational foundation in legal studies in business, years of experience in the banking industry, and a genuine dedication to clients makes real estate a true passion. In an industry crowded with special interests and transactional mentalities, I attempt to bring back the human element to the home buying, selling, and renovation process.

A home is a true blessing. My brother and I will pair you with the best designers, contractors, and financial consultants. What’s my favorite thing while I am not engulfed in real estate market?  Being Uncle Sam to my beautiful twin nieces – Hayden & Harlowe.

Meet Tony

I have built my real estate foundation with a background in finance, residential mortgages, and banking. Growing up in the Twin Cities certainly sparked my passion for real estate. Now living in Downtown Minneapolis with my fiancé, we enjoy all of the amazing things this city has have to offer. Having earned my MBA, I will provide you with knowledgeable guidance for one of the most important decisions you and your family will ever make.

My brother Sam and I have realized our dream by representing a real estate company that stands out by truly valuing and putting the client first. We will be with you every step of the way from buying and selling to renovating and design.

DIY: PAINTED TRIM FOR A FRESH LOOK

DIY: PAINTED TRIM FOR A FRESH LOOK