With 2020 finally gone by, we are hoping that 2021 is the year that brings positivity and change in everyone’s life. Right from changing homes to changing cities, we have seen it all. Now is a good time to switch up the lifestyle and surroundings to create a new vibe for the year. Not everyone will be ready for a big change or to invest a huge amount of money in their home. But you can start small and make minor changes to the surroundings and home decor that will not be a financial burden and can be completed in a few days. It will not only give a new, refreshing feel to the home but will also save you a lot of money in the long run. Here are some budget-friendly ways you can decorate your home.
- Transform the floors
We all love wooden flooring and it instantly gives a warm and cozy feel to the home decor but it does not come cheap. Hardwood flooring is expensive but that does not mean you cannot create a look that feels luxurious. If you want a quick and affordable revamp of the space, you can opt for quality vinyl that is budget friendly and gives the same appeal. They are easy to install with adhesive coating. It is the best option if you are living in a rented space.
- Change the colors
One of the easiest ways to transform the home is to change the colors. All you need to do is paint the walls and add a few colorful items to elevate the vibe of the living rooms. If you think that redecorating the house is a huge step, you should consider repainting. It is an affordable alternative and will liven up the space in no time. Start with something small and see how it goes. Do not repaint the entire structure, consider a few walls to highlight the space. Accent walls are in and it is best to start with the living room. Once you have painted the wall, add wall art and a beautiful woven rug to complete the room. Potted plants and accent furniture works like magic in the home.
- Repaint furniture
If painting the walls is not your cup of tea, consider repainting furniture. The furniture in your home takes up most space and it builds the first impression. Consider what can be recycled to give a new look to the home and you will come across a lot of furniture. Do not exchange or throw out old furniture, simply paint it and it will look as good as new. Right from the chairs, wardrobes to old drawers, you can repaint anything and everything. Breath a new life into it and it will last for years to come. Keep the theme of your home in mind when painting furniture and try to stick to it.
- Setup a gallery wall
If you are headed for creativity, you can create a fun gallery wall in your home. Redecorate the rooms with unique art frames that you own or have collected over the years. They will glam up the living room and can cover the empty walls nobody enjoyed staring at. You can also add a few indoor plants right beside the wall to create a unique space.
- Add lights
Lighting in the home can make or break the space. Adding beautiful sets of fairy lights or lampshades can change the entire vibe of the place and will also complement the decor of the room. It is possible to create a comfortable and cozy vibe to the area by adding a rug, few cushions and beautiful fairy lights that reflect coziness and it will become the perfect place to hang out on cold, winter days.
- Create cozy spaces
With more people spending time at home, it has become crucial to create spaces that are multi-functional. If you have a backyard, create a warm, cozy space where you can spend time with your family and can set up a barbecue station or create a reading nook on the balcony. You can also create unique spaces for work in the cellar. Remember that you do not need to make major changes to the structure, simple addition of furniture and setting the right lights will do the trick.
Decorating the home does not mean spending huge sums of money on expensive items. You do not need everything that is sold at the decor shops. If you are on a budget, simply use these six ways to make your home stand out in every possible manner. Remember to keep a cozy and fun vibe to the space while keeping the theme of the home in mind.