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Bisque Bisque 9 years
This is awesome! I suppose fabric glue would also do? :S I've been meaning to buy that but I'm not sure how well it really works.
saranightly saranightly 9 years
I actually just bought rugs last night - I was amazed at how expensive even the ones in Target are! My mom suggested I go to a big carpet/flooring shop and ask if they have any "remainder rugs" and I ended up picking up two 5'x 8' rugs (one plain, one with a print) for $130 for both. While this isn't as cheap as duct taping rugs together, it's still much cheaper than the original option and my rugs are both really nice!
hswany19 hswany19 9 years
My post was in addition to aimeeb's.
hswany19 hswany19 9 years
I love it! I think there are so many cross-over items one can use from different departments of a 'home' store. It makes for alot of creativity and DIY's. :)
lolagrape lolagrape 9 years
Oops. I meant zebra!
lolagrape lolagrape 9 years
Wow. Good idea. I managed to score some (new) FLOR tiles on ebay, but they weren't near as cheap as this idea! Also, LOVE your giraffe pillow. So cute!
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Neat idea. Sometimes looking in the bath section of stores works well too. Depending on the size of a rug you want I've been able to use bathroom items in other rooms of my apt. I needed curtains to tie in the colors of pale blue, chocolate brown, and birch furniture so I ended up finding this amazing fabric shower curtain on CB2, so I bought 3.
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