With all the time we’ve spent inside these couple of years as the result of the pandemic, you might suddenly feel inspired to redecorate or spruce up your place a bit. But as huge as the motivation may be, you may not have the same amount of budget to be spending on house renovations.
The good news is that you don’t have to break the bank to bring a bit of freshness to the look of your home.
Here are 7 quick and easy ways you can change the interior of your home and make it new without having to go overboard with your spending budget.
For the Living Room
1. Add mirrors
A full wall of different shaped and sized mirrors is great for a fresh new design if you have room to play with. However, a simple full-length mirror can also provide a little depth and collect light from the windows if you have less space or a low budget.
2. Change the cushions on the couch for a budget friendly change
If the space feels a bit drab, you can add cushions with vibrant colors that will bring life to the room within a budget.
For the Kitchen
3. Bring in an accent wall
A statement wall is a great way to make a big shift without putting in much time or effort. They also have a knack for making your design look more vibrant. There are plenty of options to choose from that will suit best with your area, aesthetic, and budget.
For the Dining Room
4. Change a couple of the pieces of furniture
One easy way to spruce up the look of your setup is to swap out a couple of your current chairs with new/unique pieces of dining chairs. So you get the new look without changing the whole setup; best of both worlds.
For the Bedroom
5. Add a new rug
Rugs are great additions to any room, but especially to an otherwise boring-looking bedroom. They can bring warmth and character to the space and redefine the room.
Depending on your mood, you can go bolder and add a rug with patterns and colors or go for the more neutral route.
Apart from the color and the pattern of your new rug, the rug’s placement is also important. Again, it’s all personal taste, and you can play with the orientations and place it diagonally or normally to bring a different look to the place.