Improving the interior of your home doesn’t have to be expensive. In this blog post, we’ll go over some ways that you can improve the design and feel of your house without breaking the bank.
Change the carpet
Carpet is a big no, and for good reason! If you’re going to invest in something that will last over time, it’s best to put your money into hardwood floors or tile. They’ll be more resistant and easier on the feet than any kind of fabric flooring.
Paint the walls
Painting can be a great way to change up your space, and it doesn’t necessarily have to cost a lot of money. You could invest in some cheap paint from Home Depot or you might want to consider hiring an artist for one wall which will give you that high-end feel with none of the price tag!
Swap your doorknobs. While it can be a pain to change out your entire house’s locks, upgrading the hardware is one way to make it look like you did!
New light fittings
Swap light fixtures for something more modern or fun. This is another cost-effective way of sprucing up the feel of every room in your home with minimal effort.
Find more affordable furniture
If you’re on a budget, it’s best to avoid buying new furniture. Instead, check out thrift shops or garage sales for deals that will give your home the same feel without breaking the bank! If you did want new furniture you could always look at sofas on finance as this is usually the most expensive and most used item in a house.
Put up wallpaper in one room
This may be an oldie but goody and not everyone has considered wallpapering one wall (or corner) in their house. It’s an easy way to break up the feeling of your space and it can be really cheap, too.
Takedown some walls
This is a big step but if you’re considering buying or renting out another home this could make sense! Walls are more than just separating spaces; they can be used to create zones and evoke different feelings.
Replace the lightbulbs with dimmers
Another cost-effective way of making your home look like it has a higher price tag is by swapping out all your bulbs for LEDs or even just getting some fancy dimmer switches! This will help muffle any harsh, unappealing
What do you think? Do these tips sound like they could work in your home? Which ones will be the most difficult to accomplish without spending too much money on them? Share below – we want to know what