Budget-Friendly Interior Design Tips

Even though interior designs can be expensive, it doesn’t take Jeff Bezos money to spice up your home. You probably would love the kind of interior that lights up gloomy moods.

Read on for our top 7 pro tips to achieve stunning interior design on a budget.

1. Art attack

You don’t have to associate great art with broken banks; you can get great art pieces if you know where to look.

A nifty way is shopping from local artists or buying printable art from the net and propping it in some lovely frames. For a stunning effect, use oversized framing and mounting.

Better yet, create your own art from bits and pieces lying around if you’re an arty person.

2. The clear-out

You’d be surprised how much clearing a room of clutter can liven things up. Get rid of all the stuff that feels out of place. Clear everything from each room, including your closet.

3. Recycle

Who said recycling is only about the environment? Time to get your creative juices flowing by recycling the stuff you’re about to throw away after decluttering. Turn that unused mink coat into a plush stool upholstery, or that drape into a cushion cover.

4. Flea market

Why not utilize the flea market to score something from the stuff you’re about to discard? You could sell the things for some extra bit of cash.

The flea market has some gems if you look hard enough. Get some stonking deals on brilliant pieces on the cheap.

Alternatively, ask your friends, neighbors, or visit websites where you can swap items.

5. Mix & match

A rule of thumb in interior design is to splurge on the room’s focal point. Go all out on the main piece and pick cheaper accessories that complement the standout piece.

6. Move things around

Probably the most underrated trick in interior design. Move stuff from one room to the other and enjoy the transformation. Be sure to find stuff that goes well together.

7. It’s in the finish

Well done finishes will enhance any interior. From the floor to your upholstery, if it’s well done, it looks good. Flooring, paint, and wallpaper are surprisingly cheap. Teach yourself wall painting or installing wallpaper to save even more cash.

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