Call us optimists. But, we think everyone under the sun can have a beautiful home if they want one. Therefore, Even if you’re pinching pennies. Thus, there’s still plenty you can do to create a stylish. Also, inviting home for yourself and whoever you have over.
The first step is to clean your home and get organized. Hence, doing those two things alone will drastically improve the quality of your space. Then for the fun part—on to decorating. With years of budget decorating behind (and in front of!) us. Therefore, we’ve amassed a few helpful tips for making a house with a slim wallet. Follow our cheap home decorating tips. Also, get inspired by the ideas that prove that style doesn’t need to come at a price below.
If you don’t already have a sheepskin (or faux sheepskin) rug, this tip will involve a tiny trip to the shops. However, Ikea has the bargainous Tejn rug on offer for just £10 and John Lewis has natural sheepskins in a choice of four colors, for £35. Basically, sheepskins make every room look cozier and more luxurious – drape them across seats and beds or place on floors.
Plants breathe life into any scheme and in an all-white room like this one, they add a gorgeous hit of color. Not green fingered? Don’t worry – this tip doesn’t have to pass you by. There are now loads of great fakes available and they look really realistic – try Blooming Artificial for everything from plants to trees.
Give kitchen units a cheeky update by swapping drawer and cupboard handles for a new design. Cup handles and simple doorknobs work well in a Shaker-style kitchen. Bar handles are also very popular just now and will suit any modern kitchen scheme.
Got your eye on a junk shop find, but worried it won’t fit in with your existing pieces? Mismatched furniture is far cooler than you think. Kitchen seating is a prime example – different colors or styles can look great. So if you’ve found a bright red chair and love it, don’t feel you have to purchase a whole new set.
Photo galleries are creative ways to cover a bare wall or a cheerless corner. Experiment with shapes, sizes, and frame designs and put anything from old family photos to children’s drawings up there.