Raise your hand if you want your home to look like it came out straight from a luxury magazine. Similarly, raise your hand if you don’t have money to spare on lavish styling. If your hands are up on both counts, this article was written just for you. Read on to find classy, yet inexpensive ideas to give your home some flair.
Repaint Your Home
You’d be surprised at how much difference merely repainting your home can make. Faded and drab painting makes your home seem lifeless and unattractive. So, give your home a new look using new, vibrant colors. Choose paint colors that complement other artifacts in your home. You can pick colors from pictures hanging on the wall or your sofa.
If you can’t paint the entire house, pick one or two rooms and start there. You may also want to give your room some flair by painting your ceiling. Often called the fifth wall, the ceiling is a vital part of your room decor. You can also add more flair to your walls by adding a variety of finishing touches. Don’t just slap paint on walls, get creative while you’re at it.
Rearrange Your Furniture
What’s the first thing you see when you enter a person’s living room? I bet you just said, “furniture.” And rightly so. Your furniture, particularly sofa, is the focal point of your living room.
Sometimes you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on new furniture. All it takes to jazz up your room is to rearrange your furniture. If rearranging your furniture doesn’t change much, try repurposing them.
If none of these tips seem to work for you, you can purchase new furniture. Unless you have thousands of bucks to spend, look for cheap furniture like a yard or garage sale.
Organize a Power Cleanup
Nothing says, “I don’t care,” like an untidy house. Keeping an entire home clean is a difficult task, especially if you have kids and pets. Even if you do daily cleanups, there’s so much you can miss.
A power cleanup can help you give your room the thorough cleaning it deserves. Organize all the members of your household once a while to mop, scrub, and dust every part of your home. Alternatively, you can hire house cleaning companies. Whether they come in daily, monthly, or weekly, these companies have cleaners who are well-versed in making your room feel and smell brand new.
From coffee shops, offices to homes, houseplants are the new darling of the decor world. And for good reasons. First of all, these plants add freshness and vibrancy to your home, making your home more attractive.
Additionally, indoor houseplants are known to provide cleaner air and moisture in the air. More moisture vapor in the air you breathe helps to reduce the prevalence of respiratory diseases.
Also, these plants help to make the air your breathe purer. Some of the best-known air purifying plants are Spider Plant and Aloe Vera. Read this article to learn about some of the most popular houseplants.
Mirrors are an interior decorator’s best friend, and they are commonly used in bathrooms, foyers, and living rooms. Aside from adding to the aesthetics of a room, mirrors help make a place feel larger.
For instance, a mirror can give a washroom more depth and space, making the narrow room seem twice its size. A mirror can direct more light into a room. That’s why some decorators place mirrors by windows.
If you’re looking to restyle your home without creating a dent in your finances, don’t ignore the tips listed above. Try each of them and see your room transform into an attractive space. Share any other home decor tips you can think of below.