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You can't dress well on a budget without first knowing "what's stylish". The same goes for your place: Use these 10 paradigms of great design to inspire your choices for outfitting your home.
Add some class to your wall.
As a Primer reader you already know the importance of controlling the image that you convey to the world. How you dress, how you...
A beautiful photo, capturing a launch that sparked 65 years of space innovation.
Give your living room the redesign it needs with this affordable inspiration.
Making our places look nice always falls short in one aspect: What do we do with all our stuff?
A personal reminder, every time you walk in the room.
Spruce up your pad without emptying your bank account.
Some times the best inspiration comes from someone else's before and after.
Not having a proper workspace is a huge factor that leads to procrastination. Get yourself set up, and get your work done.
Stash your booze in style with this cheap, easy, and classy bar cart.
Ready for something better than your cheap post-college furniture, but can’t shell out money for the good stuff yet? No matter, a few easy and frugal tricks will buy you another couple of years.
These simple ideas can make any place look more put together - for practically nothing.
Swap the old Fight Club poster on your wall for a piece of beautiful history.
Give your apartment some modern mood with this simple build.
Print this giant archival color photo for less than $25.
Similar tables go for hundreds of dollars. Make one yourself for much, much less.
Spice up those empty walls with this free downloadable print.
Two birds one stone: Most guys never think about coasters; Guys don't want to spend $25 on coasters. Solution, make these badass water ring barriers for less than $10 and 15 minutes of work.
If your booze is going to visible, at least make it look nice.
A place that feels like home and is inviting for guests is only a few tweaks away.
It's hard enough to organize your place so that it looks good, but at the very least we can have some reference.
Great men throughout history have sequestered themselves in rugged and gentlemanly studies. We may not have a study (hell, barely a bedroom at this point) but we can still create a place that feels ... [more]