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The sounds of items “popping" in a Maryland home helped a homeowner in Charles County avoid disaster when an overnight fire broke out.

At approximately 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 21, members of the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department responded to a home on Bannister Circle, where there was a reported garage fire that broke out in a single-family residence.

The Maryland State Fire Marshal said that it took a team of 44 firefighters less than a half-hour to get the fire under control in Waldorf, though it caused an estimated $145,000 ($140,000 to the structure, $5,000 to the contents inside) in damages.

According to the fire marshal, the homeowner was alerted to the fire after multiple items "popped" inside the residence, and subsequently lost power in the home, though it is unclear what caused the blaze, which remains under investigation.

No injuries were reported.

Anyone with information regarding the fire has been asked to contact the Office of the State Fire Marshal's Southern Regional Office by calling (443) 550-6835.

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I’m an interior design pro – 10 Ikea hidden gems that make your home look expensive for cheap

YOU can create the illusion your home is luxe without actually spending money on expensive decor.

Interior design pro Mon revealed Ikea hidden gems that will make your home look more elegant for cheap.

6Interior design expert Mon reveals Ikea's new hidden gemsCredit: Home by M&M 6These items are affordable and can make your home look expensiveCredit: Getty

YouTube's expert design and DIY channel Home By M&M is run by Mon.

On her account, you can find all the information you need to style your home in a minimalistic and modern way.

In a recent video, Mon lists the affordable Ikea products that can make your home look expensive, including the store's new fall items.

"We are starting off right away with this gorgeous rattan mirror," Mon begins.

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This woven mirror is the $69.99 SOMMARBO.

"Other than adding life to an empty wall, this mirror is so functional," Mon admits.

On the bottom of the mirror's frame, there is a mini shelf you can put stuff on.

Next, Mon introduces the brand's new statement rug, GRUNDSKOLA.

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For $99.99, you can add subtle color and abstract design to any room in your home with this rug.

Another new rattan item is the $179.99 TOLKNING room divider.

"This one is absolutely perfect. Gorgeous and practical," Mon admits.

And if you're looking to add even more rattan to your atmosphere, you can get the $24.99 KANELSTÅNG plant stand.

For your office space, Ikea came out with the $34.99 SMÄLLEN swivel chair.

6This rattan mirror is both functional and expensive-lookingCredit: Home by M&M 6Minimalistic design always looks luxeCredit: Home by M&M

"This chair has a clean expression that is so easy to match with other furniture," Mon says.

Mon's favorite new pillow accessory is only $6.99.

This checkered pick is the SIMHALL cushion cover.

She also loves the $12.99 SIMHALL cushion cover that's plain rust.

A welcome mat will always make your home feel more inviting.

Mon suggests the $14.99 GÅNGGATA "Hello" mat.

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If you want to add more minimalistic furniture pieces, Mon says you can start with the functional $59.99 VIHALS white nightstand.

And a chic style lighting piece is the $16.99 BJÖRKSPIREA LED decorative light.

These lights are outlined in brass and diamond-shaped.

The lights turn on and off if you shake them, and they have a built-in timer that shuts them down after 6 hours.

Small gold decor pieces are perfect for adding a lush feeling to your dining room or kitchen.

6The bamboo pendant lamp shade is designer-inspiredCredit: Home by M&M

Mon recommends the $12.99 AROMATISK serving stand and the $4.99 decorative bowl.

Ikea continues to come out with more designer-inspired pieces, such as the $59.99 SINNERLIG pendant lamp made from bamboo.

"I just love this lamp," Mon admits.

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One viewer expressed how much they loved Mon's taste in decor.

"Love your picks," they wrote.

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