New and Improved Dining Room Transforms Foreclosed Home

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When Barry Levesque bought a foreclosed home in Roswell he knew it was going to need a little work. To begin improving it, he focused his efforts on the dining room.

Before

Sticking to the budget of $1,000, Barry was able to give the dining room a contemporary makeover, including:

  • a table from Z Gallerie at 60% off
  • six chairs from Overstock.com
  • two end chairs he already owned
  • some artwork he painted and hung in frames from Home Goods
  • a large mirror he already owned, for which he made inexpensive cleats to hang
  • sideboard from Home Decorators Collection purchased at 20% off

AfterAfter completing the transformation, Barry submitted the project in our “Decorating on a Dime” Contest in hopes of winning a $1,500 home improvement prize package and being featured in Atlanta Home Improvement magazine’s February 2012 issue. Check out some of the other entries from local homeowners like you, and stay tuned for more contest entries and updates on our blog:

  • Back porch redecorated for $300
  • Romantic-meets-industrial master bedroom 
  • Third-story loft turned into budget master bedroom
  • Budget storage solutions add style and functionality
  • A porch redesign with Southern influence
  • Living room gets contemporary budget makeover

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