Using the right interior design techniques there are many ways that you can improve your home. The problem is, plenty of updates can be pretty expensive. Perhaps you don’t have lots to spend on decorating? That needn’t be an issue. There are many inexpensive ways that you can make improvements to your home.
1 . Statement Wallpaper
Looking for an inexpensive way to improve your home? Purchase some bold wallpaper and design a feature wall. Wallpaper is making a comeback and there are lots of different styles to choose from! To help you know which styles are trending, check out a few of these ideas:
In 2021 botanical wallpaper is incredibly popular, there are so many cute botanical prints to choose from. You’ll find plenty of quirky and cool designs, from oversized leaves to tropical birds.
Want to make a real statement this year? Try decorating with abstract print wallpaper, these prints tend to feature lots of bright colors, creating a ‘paint-splattered effect.’
2. Create A Gallery Wall
Creating a gallery wall is a great way to make your home look beautiful. First, you shop for a collection of prints, paintings, and photography, and then you arrange these all together on one wall. There are different approaches to a gallery wall, you might arrange your frames neatly or create a messy pattern. Designing a gallery wall is a great way to decorate your living room. You don’t need to spend lots of money to get some gorgeous artwork and frames. There are plenty of ways you can pick up cheap artwork including:
- Check out thrift stores or flea markets.
- Try apps like Minted, World Market, or Society 6.
- Consider making your own art pieces.
3. New Furniture
When was the last time you replaced your furniture? If it’s been a while you might consider an update? New furniture can give your home a zest of new life and create an elegant look. If you’re going for a minimal look you might go for a glass dining room table? To create a shabby chic room you might try a vintage armchair in pastel colors. If you have guests to visit often, sofa beds are a great investment.
4. Bring In The Plants
Plants are just about the best way to improve a home, they are inexpensive and look beautiful. Looking for houseplants that are simple to look after? Then check out these options:
Birds Nest Fern: These lovely plants are the perfect addition to any home. These ferns will thrive in indirect or medium-light, and they need dry soil. You’ll only need to water these around every two weeks.
Philodendrons: These plants have leaves that resemble hearts and beautiful lone vines. They don’t need very much water and will thrive in medium or indirect light.
5. Remove Clutter
Want to improve your home without spending a dollar? All you have to do is get rid of the clutter. When your home is full of clutter it can be difficult to create a desirable space. To help you remove the clutter and organize your home try using these neat apps:
Use the clutter-free app to design a decluttering plan, with this tool you can monitor your progress, and get lots of decluttering advice.
The Toss app provides decluttering challenges each day, to help you organize your home. If you’re looking to embrace a more minimalist lifestyle, this is the app for you.
6. Upcycling Ideas
Looking for a creative way to improve your home? Why not use upcycling to make yourself a few decor items? Turning old materials into new things is an amazing way to go green and express your artistic side. To make your own items, check out the following tools:
The Craft Room Podcast
This podcast has plenty of cool craft ideas, learn about knitting, sewing, painting, and embroidery, to make some gorgeous things for your home.
This app has lots of cool upcycling ideas, here you can learn how to make pretty new things out of your old junk! It’s time to raid your recycling and get creative. (You’d be surprised at what beautiful things you can make out of old clutter)!
With so many options it’s simple to create a home that you can be proud of. Decorating can help you to improve your home and enhance your quality of life. You don’t need to overspend to create a beautiful space.