These budget design ideas will reveal that giving your home a revamp doesn’t have to be expensive. We all want to save money. So, simple upgrades that can make a difference without costing a fortune are at the top of most people’s wish lists!
Whether DIY or decorative, small changes can significantly affect your home. All you need is a trip to the loft, a can of paint, and some tender loving care (plus the tiniest bit of bargain hunting).
Many of these ideas don’t need special skills, whether you’re seeking DIY projects to liven up your living room, advice for kitchen makeover ideas or wall art for all budgets.
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Kitchen Wall Art
There are so many ways to express your personal style with wall décor in your home, but it can be challenging to know where to begin with so many options available. Gallery walls, wall hangings, feature walls… there are so many ways to express your personal style with wall décor in your home.
If your walls are looking a little bare but you can’t decide on a design, don’t worry — wall art decor can be as flamboyant or as subtle as you like, and it’s completely temporary with the right type of installation.
Living Room Art
It may be pretty tempting to play it safe with wall art when it comes to your living room because it is such a heavy foot traffic area. Living rooms are usually the only rooms with enough wall space above couches, side tables, and fireplaces, giving you plenty of options for creating really personal, one-of-a-kind displays. So go big!
Don’t only look at the enormous empty area above your sofa when deciding where to put your wall art… Think about how you use the areas around windows and doors, above light switches, and around bookcases.
Many people worry that filling the empty spots on their walls would make their house appear tiny and cluttered, but adding thoughtful and personal touches to these areas will help you create depth and give it a more homey feel. They’ll leave your house looking elegant and distinct – because, let’s face it, no one wants their home to resemble a generic IKEA display!
It’s easy to overlook the finishing touches in the bathroom because it’s first and primarily a functional environment. However, strategically placed wall art or decorative elements may significantly influence the overall atmosphere of the area, keeping it current and intriguing.
Although themed prints look great, there are lots of other ways to decorate your bathroom without going the usual route. Wall decorations – think coral or beautiful goldfish – will offer a wow factor to the area, while printed mirrors will give a strong and quirky edge.
You may use command hooks or strips to connect frames to the wall if you have a totally tiled bathroom and don’t want to drill through it. Style frames on an open shelf or ladder towel storage for an appealing yet temporary display. If you don’t have the budget for pictures or plaques, you may still add personality to your space by replacing current fixtures with ornamental hooks or elaborate shelf brackets.
There are many ways to revamp or add more pizzazz to your home on a budget. Most of the things mentioned above can be done by upcycling items already in your home. Or by moving a few things around. Remember, redecorating can take time, but it should be a fun and rewarding experience.