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I love the gingham bedspread (which could be made easily and for little money, especially if the fabric's on sale), but the little stump will win me over any day. Something similar could be purchased from my imaginary boyfriend. As for the horse collection, thrift stores, obviously. Just make sure the hair's not too natty on them.
I always wonder if people's houses are really this clean and neatly (but still casually) arranged. Either way, that sweet "we are so good together" poster can be purchased for $30 at i am still alive. The owl could be made again on the cheap by buying a plastic owl at a hardware or garden supply store and painting it white. my guess is they run around $15, plus the cost of paint. (now i wish i hadn't left my plastic owl in brooklyn, but seriously i had to cut corners some way). same goes for the plant.
On another note, my houseplants have been oddly flourishing outside as of late, despite the summer heat, due in part to my neighbor taking pity on me and watering them (and bringing one back to life!) and me feeding them coffee grounds (because sed neighbor stopped watering them. what did i do?!?) I'd like to bring them inside, but they're covered in spiders.