They say your home is your castle.

But you don’t have to break the bank when it comes to decorating.

Here are a few cheap, on-trend ideas for sprucing up your place this year.

That’s what famous potter, designer and author Jonathan Adler says.

He tells the New York Post checkerboard is the new chevron, and the pattern just works with everything.

Doesn’t have to be black and white, either.

Add some color like this chair with a pop of mint, part of Adler’s collection for just over $135.

Speaking of adding some flare, color-blocking – when you pair several solid colors with geometric shapes – lets you show off different shades in one room without looking like a kid’s painting.

Take these velvet curtains that utilize the trend.

Design experts Good Housekeeping spoke with say all-white kitchens are so yesterday.

Now, it’s all about adding a pop of color on either the kitchen island, wall cabinets or base cabinets in bold colors.

Save money by making it a DIY project.

It’s good to be a wallflower.

Design gurus say floral wallpaper is here to stay and is a good choice in powder rooms and foyers.

Your favorite home furnishings store will likely have cheap stick-on options if you’re not sold on the trend.

Vintage accents are making a comeback, according to experts Good Housekeeping spoke with.

Expect to see traditional design details like spooled legs and spindles from the 1800s and early 1900s.

You’ll be all set with one or two statement pieces.

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