Redecorating your home can be fun– except for the part where you spend money on new furniture. Well, you can cut that part. There are ways to redecorate your interior with the pieces of furniture and accessories you already have. You’d be surprised by how much you can redesign your home without adding anything new. Here are five budget-friendly tips.
No eye-catching detail? Consider this
The focal point is one part that makes your guests ask who did your interior decor. Whether it’s your television or fireplace, the focal point grabs attention. You can create a focal point with different items in your home.
Place some frames or a mirror on the wall and pair them with shelves or a console table. You could add flower vases and other artwork on the table or shelf to create a fresh look.
Create an extra window
Instead of drilling holes into your wall, you could use a mirror. Especially if the mirror has an artistic frame, it is an art. Simply prop the mirror against the wall and complement it with a small flower vase.
Aside from the decor, hanging your mirror against the wall brightens your space by reflecting light. It also makes the ceiling appear higher than it is. So it’s time to put that abandoned mirror in your room to good use.
Combine efficiency and aesthetics with this arrangement
It may amaze you that your jewelry plays a part in redecorating your home. Decorating your walls with colorful and beautiful jewelry makes your space look more attractive. It is also efficient in avoiding frequent tangling.
In an empty frame, mount small hardware knobs or hooks. Then, hang your bracelets and necklaces on the hooks. You could also add magnetic clips and attach your earrings to them. Mix different jewelry colors- don’t put all the blue’s together.
Your shelves can make statements
Even though you have dedicated your shelf to books, you can use it to make an aesthetic statement. With artistic items from different parts of the house, you can take your shelf up a notch. You could even rotate them regularly.
From an exciting figurine to an old artistic tray sitting pretty in your kitchen, arrange them in different parts of your shelf. To make it look uniform, you could use items of a particular color and mix colors for a flashy effect.
Transform your bedroom into a palace
The fact that your bedroom is for sleeping isn’t an excuse for it to look dull. You can make your bed more regal by adding a canopy over it. The good news is that you don’t need to have a roof.
As long as you have an old sheet or a curtain panel, you’re good. Use cup hooks or curtain holders to hang your preferred pattern and color of fabric. You’ll be pleased with how royal your bed will look with a canopy.