8 Easy Tips For Home Decorating With LOW BUDGET 2020—|SPECSYPIESLIVE|


SO, I'M BACK WITH THE 8 EASY TIPS FOR HOME DECOR IN BUDGET!!


Change Out Accents

 Replace the handles and knobs in your kitchen and bathroom for a simple and affordable makeover, Lowe says. "You should change colors of lamps and light fixtures as well." Dress up the seats too. 

 "The Throw pillows are a perfect way to refresh your bedroom," says Kyle Schuneman, interior designer. "I can convert a sofa immediately." You can even adjust it according to the season (think winter velvet, summer linens).

  LET'S START THE LIST!! 


1. PAINT




  Painting is one of the easiest ways to transform your rooms — and the least expensive. "A fresh coat can update a space instantaneously," says interior designer Adam Hunter. 

 Don't have the time to paint the whole room? "It can make a big impact just to repaint the trim," says interior designer Karen Vidal.


2. CHECK OUT LOCAL ART PROGRAMS




Okay!! So you can't invite to Picasso, But you can invest in some young talent. "Try to call the nearest college art department to see if there will be some future student art exhibits where you can easily purchase pieces," says interior designer James Wheeler. 

 "You 're going to save money and maybe discover a stunning piece of original work." Can't get it into an art show?

 Tell a nearby printer to replicate your favorite picture (yes, including those on your smartphone) that you took on your travels. Or frame a lovely scarf, or piece of fabric. Check out some inexpensive concepts for painting here.


3. SPLURGE ON THE FIXTURES YOU USE THE MOST






 "It is important to have a good sofa, especially if you have a family," says interior designer Christine Markatos lowe. "A cheap couch does not fit well, and would appear far older in time than its real era." At the other side, save money on less-used parts. 

"Search for inexpensive accent tables, side chairs and secondary furniture choices," says interior designer Nicole Fuller. She recommends trying out products of such labels as Anthropologie and Safavieh which are cheap and of price.

 So keep in mind that other products will even also save you money. "Consider grass-cloth or sisal rugs over wool for wide field rugs," says Wheeler. “They are about a third of the cost, can withstand heavy traffic in your home, and work with any style of decor.”


4. "SHOP" YOUR OWN HOME 




Often there's nothing you need to buy to decorate a room. "Make the most of your existing pieces," says Abbe Fenimore, interior designer. "Switch items about or move them to another place where they may alter their look or further improve it. You would be surprised to see how versatile the furniture is.


5. SHOP AT FLEW MARKETS 




"I enjoy vintage shops and the flea markets," says interior planner Julia Buckingham. “You can find great deals on so many unique pieces.

 Most are fine as they are, while some with a coat of polish, fresh knobs, or lamp shades can be quickly changed.


6. CHANGING ACCENTS




Replace the handles and knobs in your kitchen and bathroom for a simple and affordable makeover, Lowe says. "You should change colors of lamps and light fixtures as well." Dress up the seats too. 

"The Throw pillows are a perfect way to refresh your bedroom," says Kyle Schuneman, interior designer. "I can convert a sofa immediately." You can even adjust it according to the season (think winter velvet, summer linens).


7. CREATE ATMOSPHERE 




Wendy Labrum, the interior designer recommends inserting candles to build a sense of coziness. The smooth, dark illumination would shift the room's whole appearance and mask a ton of shortcomings. Another easy idea: put greenery in.

“Bring in live plants, fresh flowers, or bowls of fruit,” says interior designer Vance Burke. “They all help set a mood, add scent, and convey a sense of the season. And remember: It’s not just the content, it’s also the container!”


8. RE- ARRANGE!! 




This can sound crazy, but "begin with getting rid of the clutter," says interior designer Young Huh, "if you want to change your space without costing one cent. 

"Design the bookshelves by grouping books and bringing together paintings, boxes and memories. Hold the surface area tidy and show some flowers and a piece of art.

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