The Washington D.C. TV Project from 2006
Photo: Erik Johnson
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2. Color is a low-cost way to add pizzazz

When money's tight, as it was in the 2006 remodel of an 1879 brick rowhouse in Washington, D.C.—or even when it isn't—the right color choices can bring immense style to any room at almost no additional cost. Here, the combination of bold walls and crisp white trim gives a sophisticated punch to this living room.
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