Staying at home too often comes with its perks… Are you bored and in need of a drastic makeover for your home? You should probably read up these easy ways to decorate your home without spending a lot of money.
Your home wouldn’t feel like home if you don’t have your personal taste added to it. In many cases, your personal taste isn’t quite enough to bring your home to life. which is why redecorating your place might be a fun idea to play with during these times.
Create Interesting Focal Points.
A focal point of a room is the centre of attraction within a space. You can create multiple focal points in a room depending on what you want to emphasize. Two focal points in a space can be made to either compete with each other or highlights the main focal point thereby making the latter a secondary character.
In other words….. When considering the design of your home, choose a spot you want to use as a focal point… It could be the first place you want people to look at once they enter your home. Usually, most people chose to highlight a section of their walls, their entryway or their dining space.
Several Ways You Can Create Focal Points With Your Space Is By
1. Using colours to create visual interest and draw viewers attention. For example, a section of the wall painted differently from the others will cause distraction.
2. Add contrasting sizes of objects to your design. By adding to a small section of your wall a really large frame instead of multiple smaller frames could bring their attention to it.
Add A Touch Of Greenery.
The easiest way to make your home feel alive is by decorating your space with flowers. These days flowers are used for other purposes asides decoration.
You don’t need to be an expert to keep plants alive. Some indoor plants act as air purifiers, these are very beneficial to our health. However, some plants might be harmful to pets and kids so remember to keep them away from reach.
Place a few plants around the house. For a much cooler look, you can change the pots, or even DIY some rocks stones as dressing. This elevates the appearance.
Keeping fewer things within the viewer’s sight gives your space fewer distractions. Clear out old and damaged furniture’s, avoid keeping things like books, remotes, glass cups from lying around and remember to place sides tables in allocated positions.
One easy way to avoid clothes from lying around is to use commands stripes behind your doors or hang them around your entryway. So you can easily hang coats and jackets of your guests.
Decluttering before you begin your day is one of the easiest ways to kickstart your day. Research study proves that 80% of people who declutter their space before carrying out the day’s activities are much more productive throughout the day than those who don’t.
DIY/Repurpose old furniture’s.
Some time on your hands? DIY and turn some old pieces to new. Try repainting some old furniture. You can change the colour of stools, table knobs and drawers.
We recently tried a more budget-friendly approach by getting these cute sofa covers for our old sofa’s. We saved coins for a few extra months, we didn’t have to replace them with new ones until we were able to afford newer ones. A lifesaver!
Display your collections.
Your collections like your books, accessories such as hats, or antiques can be displayed they make for good storage solutions.
A fun way to redecorate your room for a more pleasing appeal is to organise your collection in areas of your home that is much likely to make your visitors feel more relaxed. A space corner or section of your home could work!
Add A divider.
This is another great way to maximize the space within your home without spending a lot. Room dividers are the easiest options to go for, you can either make them temporal or permanent, keep in mind permanent ones might cost you a few extras.
A classic way to partition your room is by installing curtains. Can’t remember how long these have been in trends… well, that’s because it’s a more convenient and DIY-friendly way to split your spaces into different zones temporarily.
Mix things up by adding a little bit of your personality to it. There’s so much artistry that goes into design when you put small thoughts to it. For more ideas visit our Pinterest board!
Refresh Your Accents.
Opt for newer accents pieces for your home. Replace old and neutral-coloured rugs with brighter one’s, try changing your cushion covers or even hang in new wall arts.
When it comes to decorating, keep in mind that mastering your budgeting skills especially during this pandemic is vital to how much impact you will have on how your space looks and feels.
Switch up the lights.
A common mistake beginners make is the overuse of white lights. That bright warm pendant light will make your space feel more sophisticated! Try it!
A budget-friendly way around this is to use strip lights. Get fancy strip lights in warm yellow, or pink for rooms facing the west. Opt for blue lights for South and east-facing rooms.