With many of us spending a lot more time at home right now, in a way to keep busy, having a declutter and revamp of our homes is a great way to keep busy. This is always a good time of year to have a sort out and a refresh, as somewhat of a spring clean. You don’t have to spend a fortune to revamp your home, and I’m going to share some ways to revamp your home on a budget.
Ways To Revamp Your Home on a Budget
My first tip is very simple, and it’s just paint. It’s amazing how much of a difference a fresh lick of paint can have to freshen up a room. Even if you use the same colour, painted walls do dull over time, so a fresh coat of paint will brighten the room and give the room a ‘new’ feel.
If you have a room with white, cream or magnolia walls, you could create one wall as an accent feature wall. A feature wall is a wall with a different colour or design that differs to the other walls within the room. I like to have a feature wall in most rooms of my house, and it’s super simple as you’re just painting one wall, but it revamps the room really well.
Do your carpets look a little tired? When you walk into a room, they’re perhaps not the first thing you notice, but good quality Carpets can make a big improvement to your whole room (or house). Carpets don’t have to cost the earth, but they can make the room feel so cosy and work well as a finishing touch. So you could consider a new carpet refresh, or even a carpet deep clean for a true refresh.
My next tip is actually something that won’t cost you anything, and that’s having a reshuffle. It might sound really obvious, but moving all of your furniture around within a room can totally revamp a room.
Another way in which you can revamp your home whilst on a budget is adding some new prints or pictures to you walls. There are quite a few places you can purchase budget friendly prints from. They typically come rolled up and then you can buy cheap picture frames from eBay or Amazon to get them framed.
Purchasing prints is generally more affordable than wallpapering, and it’s easier to change up the prints and colour scheme should you want another refresh in the future, instead of having to repaper the walls which is a massive bonus.
I hope you found these ways to revamp your home on a budget useful..
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