For many home owners, one of the biggest challenges they face is sticking to a budget when decorating their home. Especially if you've just moved, it's hard not to rush out and buy all new furniture to fill your new space. It feels great to personalize your interior, and fill it with items that you find both beautiful and useful, but you'll end up regretting rushing into buying things if you don't have the money set aside to do so! The good news is decorating your home does not have to cost a ton of money. Read through the tips below for decorating on a budget:
Start with a small yet important room, like the master bathroom. By working in a small space, you'll realize how simple touches, like hanging a new shower curtain with an attractive pattern, getting a new bath mat, or putting up framed art, can really change the look of the entire room.
Instead of buying everything new, see what you can reuse. Try re-covering old dining room chairs or a dated upholstered bench. Reupholstering, repainting, and accessorizing pieces you already own is a great and cost-effective way to bring more style into your new place.
Color The Walls
Painting the walls is one of the simplest, cheapest things you can do to instantly transform the look of your space. Before you settle on a color, paint a patch of the wall with it, and see how it looks throughout the day. Remember, the color will appear to change in different lighting and at different times of day.