Cheer up with these 17 low-cost ways to ditch the drab.
By Dorothy Foltz-Gray
Interior designer Kimberly Grigg, owner of Knotting Hill Interiors in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, recommends setting baskets or containers of bulbs like paperwhites in front of a window to bloom. "Or add a splash of color by buying a bouquet of tulips," says Ashley Gouveia, an interior designer in Wilton, Connecticut, and mother of two young children. "Nothing picks up a room like a fresh bouquet."